Kate Vee's drawings delve into video games, Greek mythology, fairy tales and modern moments, and find the lovely ladies within. Whether she's drawing a woman having a not-so-ladylike moment (like over that oh-too-familiar puddle of post-celebratory puke) or illustrating the goddesses of Greek theater, she creates expressive figures who often show a touch of mischief.
Vee is a Louisiana-based graphic designer with a flair for color and for melding the old and the new. It's especially refreshing, after seeing so many Art Nouveau portraits flung across the Internet, to see that Vee can take her Art Nouveau influences and use the for her own purposes, whether she uses jewelry-style patterns for objects in the background, or sweeping black lines to outline her subjects. You can follow Vee's work on her blog.