Lewel's Skaters in Cyberspace

Illustration // Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Ukrainian artist Lewel has no reservations about getting crazy in his latest illustrations where cyber-geometric skater kids careen around the universe with cans of beer and cosmic space clouds. The bright energy and youthful inspiration in these illustrations is evident.

The Colorful World of Till Hafenbrak

Illustration // Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Till Hafenbrak creates illustrations that are detailed, very well worked and full of fun. the Berlin-based illustrator refreshes the traditional visual languages and processes of graphic design and reminds us of their extraordinary illustrative power. Often using restricted palettes of only two or three colours, he conjures up creatures, cityscapes, and social situations that are nevertheless arrestingly appealing. 

The Work of Zamir Bermeo Rhodes

Illustration // Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Zamir Bermeo Rhodes is a young creative based in Colombia whose graphic art has been used in a range of platforms. "I'm attracted to projects where I have the opportunity to generate ideas and dreams," says Rhodes. Check out his illustrations where deep-see divers, creatures and everyday park-goers walk side by side, and the bizarre and charming all coexist.

The Somber Works of Yosiell Lorenzo

Illustration // Monday, March 31, 2014
Yosiell Lorenzo is an artist living and working in Oakland, CA.  His studio at Faultline Artspace is a collective of artists from whom he often draws inspiration.  Sicklings are creatures that have inhabited his imagination...

The Works of Edouard Baribeaud

Illustration // Monday, March 31, 2014
German-French artist Edouard Baribeaud chose to work with only with black, red and blue ink in the creation of his book Au Pavillon des Laurie. The artist's book, released by Swiss publishing house Nieves...

Damien Poulain Explores Fragility and Balance

Illustration // Monday, March 31, 2014
"Posters, 2013" comes from London based graphic designer and illustrator Damien Poulain. This series of twenty nine visuals touch on themes of fragility and balance. Bold images encourage us to think twice...

Metallic Acrylic Works from Ted Vasin

Illustration // Monday, March 31, 2014
San Francisco based artist Ted Vasin was born in Russia and has been creating art in the states since the 1990s. Ted's psychedelic hallucination-like imagery is created using metallic acrylic and graphite on canvas...

Brian Luong's Flora & Fauna

Illustration // Sunday, March 30, 2014
'Brian Luong is an illustrator favoring natural and organic subject matters. Executing his illustrations using various levels of meticulous detail and simplicity, Brian creates a synergy within his work. With the advent of his discovery of shirt design, his work has been honed and refined to best suit the silkscreen printing process.'  

Graphite Renderings of Dennis Scholl

Illustration // Saturday, March 29, 2014
'In his exquisitely rendered pencil drawings, Dennis Scholl attempts to invent a new system of signs, an artistic language free of fixed content. He accumulates a plethora of well known signifiers, then combines them in unfamiliar ways until the signifieds they supposedly invoke can no longer be clearly read.'

Anna Carpen: 'Drunk Windmills'

Illustration // Friday, March 28, 2014
Check out this fun little animation for a novel app idea by Anna Carpen - 'A game in which you have to control drunk windmills flying through the sky.' No word on whether the app ever became a reality but at least we have a silly, surreal promo video in the meantime. Cheers to that!

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