Eyren "Ealaincraft" Lindsay is a 21 year old digital and traditional media artist who also does side work as a graphic designer. Much of her work consists of portraits, cover art and designs for shirts and other merchandise. Her love for the semi-realistic in her fine art and cover art inspires her constantly and her love for the dark, creepy and whimsical in her designs give her a fun and fresh perspective when it comes to her work. In the past, she has done small work in designing small business brochures and flyers, painted a few murals, done figure modeling and worked with real people to create portraits. She is experienced in programs such as Corel Painter 12, Photoshop CS6, Adobe InDesign and Illustrator CS6. Most of her drawings are done in Corel Painter 12.
Recently, Ealaincraft, started working on a magazine called Culture Asylum Magazine (cultureasylummagazine.webs.com) where she organizes and designs the layout and overall feel of the magazine. She also is the head webmistress, updating and designing the website as seen fit by her and the Culture Asylum crew. Her magazine work is done almost exclusively in Adobe InDesign.
Currently, her work is used for merchandise for two up and coming webshows on Youtube through Spreadshirt. She also creates work for both her Redbubble and Society6 stores and plans on opening an online store where the shirts are all completely designed by her.