Illustration Inspiration: Abbey Lossing

4 min read
Kristin Hillery
  •  Aug 14, 2018
Link copied to clipboard

Chances are, Abbey Lossing’s illustrations are more stylish than you. The Brooklyn-based illustrator infuses a range of intricate and interesting patterns into each of her designs, inspired by her love of textile. In fact, Abbey created her own clothes in high school and was going to major in fashion design before discovering her passion for drawing.

“I always try to integrate an interesting pattern into my illustrations, whether it be on the subjects’ clothes, the wallpaper, or the drapes in the background,” she said in an article on Digital Arts Online.

Abbey first got her start as an in-house illustrator at BuzzFeed and Vice News, improving her GIF-making skills and learning how to work under tight deadlines. Today, she is a full-time freelancer and has worked with top brands like Facebook, Google, Target, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

Check out some of our favorite illustrations and animations by Abbey:

A post shared by Abbey Lossing (@abbey_lossing) on

Here’s one for Portland Monthly Magazine – about the locals ??

A post shared by Abbey Lossing (@abbey_lossing) on

A post shared by Abbey Lossing (@abbey_lossing) on

Drew a bunch of nice people for Lyft & The Atlantic ?? ✨

A post shared by Abbey Lossing (@abbey_lossing) on

A post shared by Abbey Lossing (@abbey_lossing) on

Full page illustration in the autumn issue of Stanford Business Magazine ✏️??

A post shared by Abbey Lossing (@abbey_lossing) on

Be sure to follow Abbey on Instagram.

Who’s your favorite illustrator? We’d love to feature them in this series. Tell us on Twitter: @InVisionApp.

More illustration inspiration

Collaborate in real time on a digital whiteboard