Thomas Pullin is a well established illustrator that I recently discovered. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, Net-a-Porter and Vice just to name a few.
I love the hazy sort of nostalgic feel to his work, sometimes they appear to mimic a memory or a dream. The simplistic, geographic forms are clever and balance out that dreamy softness just perfectly.
His website bio is very brief so it's hard to know what his inspirations or interests are but Pullin seems to have a fearlessness towards creating for a variety of situations. He creates work that is both aesthetic and unique while also capable of having a voice within the world it sits.
I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for more work from this talents human!
All images courtesy of the Tom Pullin Instagram account.