We recently came across the work of Australian illustrator Bindi Booth, whose work is rich in color, detailed enough to keep you engaged, but simple enough to be appreciated at first glance. Of her illustrations she says, "I have been drawing ever since I can remember, and it's always been about girls and fashion. I get a lot of inspiration from the fashion industry and also trawling through antique and vintage shops for one-off pieces and generally things I don't need. I like combining fresh and modern subject matter with a vintage twist. I have dabbled in graphic design and illustration but also textile design, always trying to push myself to keep expanding my style so I don't get pigeon-holed." Keep an eye out over the next few months for some special Bindi Booth-designed Lost At E Minor postcards.