Sarah Larnach

21 Sep

This weekend saw the release of Ladyhawke’s (aka Pip Brown’s) new album. It’s full of 80s infused pop rock with big production, big choruses and big synths. Not only are the tracks hot (scope out Back of the Van, Paris is Burning and Dusk Till Dawn) but so is the album artwork. Pip enlisted the help of Sydney-based illustrator/painter, Sarah Larnach. Sarah’s watercolours are elegantly dirty and give off a contemporary/retro vibe that is just right. See the gallery below for more of a taste.

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10 Responses to “Sarah Larnach”

  1. Joshua October 6, 2008 at 7:50 am #

    i love sarah larnach and ladyhawke
    (also how i discovered her)

    i wanted some of her stuff to hang in my apt.
    like now. right now.

  2. prakash patel April 17, 2009 at 4:52 pm #

    i like the song and the art by Sarah

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  1. Sarah Larnarch and Partizan Lab for Ladyhawke « Record | Preserve | Share - October 31, 2008

    […] My Delirium, the new single from Ladyhawke (aka Pip Brown) isn’t officially released until 8 December. But the debut video by Frater – that’s animation duo Benji Davies and Jim Field over at Partizan Lab – is out now. Again, it features the wonderful work (watercolour and animation) of Sydney-based illustrator/painter Sarah Larnach. […]

  2. Amanda Maxwell and Sarah Larnach: Nobody Told Me There’d Be Days Like These « Record | Preserve | Share - December 30, 2008

    […] New Zealander, Amanda Maxwell and features illustrations by Record | Preserve | Share favourite, Sarah Laranach. Maxwell and Larnach are both from New Zealand but met and became friends in Vancouver while […]

  3. Un buffet de vidéoclip pour le weekend! « La vidéothèque - October 3, 2009

    […] Ladyhawke- Magic (réalisé par: Shelly Love & Ladyhawke, illustration par Sarah Larnach) […]

  4. Sarah Larnach Has a Blog « Record | Preserve | Share - December 4, 2009

    […] to this blog, you’ll know that I love the work of Sarah Larnach. I’ve mentioned her here, here, here and I think I drew a comparison to her work here. So I was pretty stoked to find out […]

  5. Flavorwire » Ladyhawke Keeps the ’80s Revival Worthwhile - August 4, 2010

    […] Aussie label Modular. Along with the music, it unveiled a visual aesthetic owed in large part to Sarah Larnach, the artist behind the colorful work on Ladyhawke’s record sleeves and website. Larnach also […]

  6. Flavorwire » Blog Archive » Ladyhawke Keeps the ’80s Revival Worthwhile - August 5, 2010

    […] Aussie label Modular. Along with the music, it unveiled a visual aesthetic owed in large part to Sarah Larnach, the artist behind the colorful work on Ladyhawke’s record sleeves and website. Larnach also […]

  7. Daniel Kornrumpf « Record | Preserve | Share - June 24, 2011

    […] Kornrumpf is a painter, drawer and embroiderer. His work is a bit Luke Haynes, a little bit Sarah Larnarch and lot Chuck Close. Me […]

  8. Album Artwork for Ladyhawke’s “Anxiety” by Sarah Larnach « Record | Preserve | Share - January 30, 2012

    […] her second album, ‘Anxiety’ on March 16 via Modular Recordings. Brown again paired up with Sarah Larnach for the album artwork and design. The first single to be taken from Ladyhawkes second album is […]

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