Glasgow-based illustrator Christine Berrie focuses on highly detailed renderings of everyday objects and situations. The images here are all place scenes, but she also has a love of old machines, especially cameras.
For more work, check out Christine’s <a href="“>site or her Etsy shop.
these are really good.
Oh, wow, I love these drawings, especially the top one!
I hate to put a dampener on this blog post but you are totally wrong on who made these drawings – I believe that they are actually by Christine Berrie. See http://www.christineberrie.com or CB78.etsy.com. It’s a shame that this error occurred because these are beautiful illustrations and people may now be misinformed about who authored them from reading this. I hope that you amend this post suitably, crediting the correct author of the work.
Oh, no! I’m so embarrassed by this mistake and have corrected it. At least now you know that your work is in my queue as well, as I’m a fan of both your and Christine’s illustrations. Thanks for alerting me to my error.
No problem – I just thought I should say – thankyou for amending this so swiftly. I am also a big fan of Christine’s work, it’s nice to see it featured on so many blogs!
Keep up the good work 🙂
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