Recent Works from Hajin Bae

Illustration // Monday, May 12, 2014
Hajin Bae is an illustrator, graphic designer and art director living in Seoul, Korea. In her most recent collection of works Hajin has begun to incorporate two dimensional frames, perfectly complimenting...

Some Flows from Minjae Lee

Illustration // Monday, May 12, 2014
Self-taught fine artist Minjae Lee uses just pencil and marker to create these breathtakingly detailed works. Minjae says that he was not always accepted by his peers and teachers for his non-traditional...


Illustration // Saturday, May 10, 2014
Moroso Projects is pleased to announce WAITING ROOM, a group exhibition of works by Facundo Argañaraz, Bailey Hikawa, Joey Piziali and Sean Talley. Preceding the inception of Moroso Projects, the gallery space once served as a reception area for Moroso Construction. WAITING ROOM uses this history as an entry point to explore the relationships between these artists’ work and practices, each tethered through the common language of abstraction.

Joren Joshua's Playful Minimalism

Illustration // Friday, May 09, 2014
Joren Joshua (1990) is a freelance illustrator living and working in Rotterdam. Both his commercial rendering style and personal paintings reflect simplistic tendencies with a minimal palette. Loving the work of this young creative.

Florencia Mir's Vibrant Portraits

Illustration // Friday, May 09, 2014
Florencia Mir is a 22-year-old self-taught illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina. 'I work mainly with traditional mediums (mechanical pencils, colour pencils and watercolour), and I’m currently experimenting with digital ones. 

Bizarre and Disturbing Illustrations by Nicola Alessandrini

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 09, 2014
Nicola Alessandrini lives and work near Macerata, switching from his job as illustrator and graphic designer for Fornarina and Combo brands to a more sincere and acid peronal artistic research on the relation between individual and society, advertising communication and personal perception, realty and virtuality...

Frank Rudolph Paul's Life on Other Planets 1936-39

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 09, 2014
Frank Rudolph Paul was an American science ficiton illustrator of pulp magazines influential in defining what both cover art and interior illustrations in the nascent science fiction pulps of the 1920s looked like. Paul can be credited with the first color painting of a space station and illustrated H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds for Amazing Stories magazine, the first magazine dedicated to science fiction...  

Landscapes and Wheels from Aron Vellekoop León

Illustration // Friday, May 09, 2014
Aron Vellekoop León (Fuerteventura, Spain 1987) is a dutch graphic designer & illustrator, currently living and working in The Netherlands. His work is best described as a mix of symmetrical shapes, a plain usage...

Rick Berkelmans' Vibrant Screen Prints

Illustration // Thursday, May 08, 2014
Rick Berkelmans' (1986) work consists of a vibrant mix of images, typography and color. Never being too much in your face, Berkelmans always makes sure his work is packed with a certain attitude, casual but clever, tactile but professional...  

New Work from Ilse Weisfelt

Illustration // Thursday, May 08, 2014
Netherland artist Ilse Weisfelt's latest illustrations have titles like "Grannies Collection", "Do Yourself a Flavour" and "Chiquita Bandita." Ilse's works are often limited to three colors with variations in shades of each color...


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