Saturday, January 7, 2012

Spotlight Saturday presents: Illustration & Collage Artist Peggy Wolf


I'm SO excited to introduce to you this talented woman. What a perfect way to start off Spotlight Saturdays!! I approached Peggy about this feature and she was more than happy to be interviewed. Her creations are amazing...check out her shop right here or by clicking on any of her photos.
Here's what she says about herself and her wonderful art...enjoy!

1.) Can you tell me a little about yourself?
I am German illustrator based in London.
Before I decided to devote all of my time to the world of illustration, I have studied Fashion Design and have worked as an Interior Designer, which has shaped and influenced my hand-drawn illustrations and digital collages.

2.) When did you start creating art?
I've started to get interested and creating art when I was about 16 years old.

3.) How would you describe your style?
My style of my female portraits are often described as quirky, colorful, enigmatic and sophisticated characters with an edge. But I try not to describe my own style for myself, as I want my work to speak for itself.

4.) What does handmade mean to you?
The word 'handmade' means to me that there has been crafted an item with the hands and with the heart. Something which is special and not only created to make money.

5.) Where or who do you get your inspiration from?
I get always inspired by faces or characters found in movies, books and people which I call my friends or which I see on the streets.

6.) What's the best part about running your own shop?
That best part about running my shop is that I have the freedom to decide what I feel is best and right at the moment in time.

7.) Where do you see yourself/your business in 10 years?
Life can change so quickly and surprise you with events you can't see coming, that's why I don't like to make plans for myself nor my business. But I hope that I will be happy and healthy in 10 years time, doing what I love - whatever this might be.


  1. Wow, I really love her use of bright, fun colours! Gorgeous feature - thanks so much for introducing us to Peggy and her work!

    Erin from BloggingBuddies :)

  2. Thanks ladies! She is very talented, I just had to share :)


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