Her work is the perfect blend of fresh and nostalgic, her color palettes are unexpected and rich, her illustration is graphic and gestural all at the same time – she’s the complete package. After scrolling her Insta feed I felt like I needed ALLLL of her illustrations in sticker form!
Catalina Williams + Pipsticks Collab
After including two of her designs in past Sticker Club packs, I reached out to see if she would be up for another collaboration. She graciously accepted and promptly delivered a suite of illustrations that perfectly fit the upcoming April Pro Sticker Club theme of self care.
For our April sticker pack, we printed her illustrations on pretty, matte paper and added little pops of neon to make the colors sing. We love the ladies she drew, and know you’ll have a million uses for the cameras, eye masks, and other gorgeous illustrations she created!
Pipsticks + Catalina Williams GIVEAWAY
To kick off the collab, we’re doing a huge giveaway with loads of fun products from Catalina + a Pipsticks gift card – worth $150!
The giveaway will run through March 31st, so be sure to max out your entries and tell all your friends!!
Here’s what you’ll win:
Don’t have social media? It’s cool, just enter your email above and you’ll be entered to win. Also, EVERYONE in our PRO Sticker Club will also receive an entry, so if you’re not already a subscriber, go sign up!
Contest ends at 11:59 PM PST on Tuesday, March 31.
The winner will be announced Friday, April 4, and will be contacted via email or social media. Contest Terms & Conditions
Read our Q+A with Catalina below and be sure to sign up for the Pro Sticker Club to get these AMAZING stickers in your April sticker pack!
Let’s chat with Catalina Williams from Color Fuel…
Do you have a nickname?
You can call me Cata.
Where are you from – where do you live now?
I live in the United States, but I’m from Chile
Do you have siblings?
I’m an only child. I never had to share my legos 🙂
What do you do for work?
I’m a graphic artist and illustrator.
What did you want to be when you grew up as a child?
I really wanted to be John Lennon.
How long have you been in the creative industry?
I went to school for architecture about 10 years ago, then I started painting, and for the last 3 years, I’m dedicated to illustration and graphic design. I love the transition, and I enjoy seeing my artwork in products you can use.
How many hours a day do you spend on creativity?
12+ hours. Once I finish working I move on to personal projects or painting just for fun.
Do you have a favorite pen?
Pilot FriXion! I love erasable ink. it makes me feel like I can make all the mistakes I want.
What do you love?
Stickers, art supplies, trying to draw people while they are not watching, cooking Chilean food for my American friends (my specialty is veggie empanadas) and reading.
When did you fall in love with stickers?
At six years old when I got my first Sandylion stickers with an album included.
What don’t you like?
I don’t like meat, I hate climate change and cruise ships.
What’s something that you’re secretly good at?
I’m secretly good at math. I even tried to make art out of math formulas.
What’s the thing you’re most proud of making?
Every time that I get to show my art in a gallery I feel like a 5-year-old girl who got her wishes to come true.
What’s an exciting idea you’ve had recently?
I’ve been thinking of painting over cardboard boxes and recycled materials.
What’s your favorite color combo right now?
A greenish dark blue, olive green, and hot pink.
Reading anything good?
I’m in between two books. The Abuse of Beauty by Arthur Danto and This is Marketing by Seth Godin. Both are great so far!
What’s your go-to Karaoke song?
Angie by the Rolling Stones.
What food could you eat all day every day?
What’s your favorite movie?
Anything by Antonioni. I Love the characters posing in every frame.
@milkasukno @bettnorris and @josefinaschargo Three powerful women in illustration with very clear and personal styles.
If you want to do something well, do it often. If you draw often enough your personal style will appear eventually.