Artwork by Kate Voisin, New Orleans-based illustrator and graphic designer, living with her husband and two cats. She speaks fluent Photoshop and conversational Blender.
K is for Kate who was killed with an axe.
— EDWARD GOREY
Kate's clients have included the Venetian Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Energizer, Dearfoams, and many others. You may spotted her work on Comics Alliance; Kotaku; BoingBoing; the Playstation blog; LeveLmagazine; New Orleans Magazine; EatSleepDraw Magazine; at French Quarter Festival (stage design); and around New Orleans in signs, packages, and flyers.
She primarily uses Photoshop, Blender, and various drawing tablets to create her work. For more traditional media, she prefers gouache, ink painting, and good old paper & pencil. She is inspired by diverse women, modern fashion, classic animation, and fairy tales.
Kate can be hired for freelance work. Please use the contact button for business inquiries and availability.
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Tumblr better not be dead because I would rather build myself a coffin out of 10 years’ worth of art than have to move it to Wordpress.
Fall, vol. 8: Ghosts
From the husk of what's left of the old farm, a burned out jukebox plays on.
An eclectic fall playlist that is a little ghostly, a little Southern Gothic, and a little kitsch. Featuring haunting tracks by Lord Executor, Eartha Kitt, Gary Atkinson, and Carole King, as well as some found Lomax tracks.
This playlist was inspired by the work of photographer Michael Kenna (left).