These Rose Blake drawings showcase the often comedic work of the wildly successful artist. Blake has been essential to the pages of the New York Times, The Independent and the Limner Journal, bringing her pieces to considerably large audiences.
Blake has introduced an impressive amount of variety to her illustrations. As her pieces are made to suit the needs of diverse editorials, her depictions of animals, food and inanimate objects are similarly spread out along the artistic board. They nonetheless retain a certain quality of humor as she depicts the interactions of dog owners with their pets and sprawling to do lists. While these scenes borrow from everyday life, she has made them appear blasé to the point of hilarity.