Luca Ionescu & Like Minded Studio

Illustration // Monday, May 20, 2013
Luca Ionescu is the internationally lauded artist behind Like Minded Studio, a Sydney-based design studio with a range clients that include Nike, Zoo York, MTV, Coca-Cola, and Hurley, to name a few. Ionescu is renowned for his logo and typography work, as well as his talent for branding and motion graphics. He most recently collaborated with Baz Luhrman and his team on logo branding and typography for "The Great Gatsby," going so far as to create original display typeface and letterforms exclusively for the production.

The Evolving Art of Alex Trochut

Illustration // Monday, May 20, 2013
Born in Barcelona in 1981, designer, illustrator, and typographer Alex Trochut has been working professionally as a freelance artist since 2007. His works plays with modern conceptions of minimalism, effortlessly combining restraint and simplicity with touches of opulence and brilliant details. Driven by a singular desire to constantly evolve, Trochut's ambition for perennial improvement is reflected in his eclectic yet consistently exceptional body of work, not to mention his personal work philosophy, "more is more." 

Illustrator Logan Faerber

Illustration // Sunday, May 19, 2013
Born and raised in Newport, Rhode Island, Logan Faerber is a freelance illustrator who graduated from the Montserrat College of Art with a BFA in illustration and graphic design. He's currently living and working in Boston, MA, bringing his own unique style to characters, comics, websites, and other various forms of print design. Aside from freelance illustration work, Faerber is also the co-founder and lead illustrator of the design company Dobot, where he also works on web-design, typography, and branding.

Sonar Fates Illustration

Illustration // Saturday, May 18, 2013
Dean Falsify Cook's--also known as "Sonar Fates"-- work addresses themes of the mystic and robotic through digital means. His illustrations have a particularly industrial aesthetic, bringing to mind video game concept art in all its fantastical precision. Cook's work often contains underlying narratives of technological theory and myth, lending a sense of mystery and voice to the work. Cook is masterful with his usage of the digital form.  

Matt W. Moore's Vectorfunk

Illustration // Friday, May 17, 2013
With a personal motto like "Range is conducive to growth," it's little wonder that Matt W. Moore's portfolio encompasses such a wide spectrum of shapes, colors, and applications. Founder of MWM Graphics, Moore applies the bold graphic aesthetics of his action board and graffiti art background to both his commercial and personal projects, dubbing his digital abstract style "Vectorfunk." His work has been featured by Apple, in Coca-Cola's London Olympics Campaign, and even in an entire issue of Wired Magazine. 

Illustrations by Paul Hoppe

Illustration // Friday, May 17, 2013
Raised in Germany and currently residing in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Paul Hoppe is a freelance illustrator, cartoonist, designer, and author who enjoys venturing in a variety of artistic fields, including editorial illustration, children's books, comics, advertising, and graphic design. In addition to his professional artistic work, Hoppe teaches courses on comics and the art of the graphic novel during the summer at the School of Visual Arts. His work has been honored by the Society of Illustrators, 3x3, and Communication Arts, to name a few.

That Will Be The Day

Illustration // Friday, May 17, 2013
"That Will Be The Day" is a mesmerizing audio/visual collaboration between composer Aldo Aréchar and motion graphics artist Matthew DiVito. Based in Boston, MA, DiVito uses Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D to create his superb motion graphics work, and his abstract, soft-focus approach flawlessly complements Aréchar's sweeping instrumental compositions.

Andy Gilmore's Kaleidoscopic Visions

Illustration // Friday, May 17, 2013
NYC-based artist Andy Gilmore is an undisputed master of color and geometric composition. His work is often characterized as polychromatic and hypnotic, although it could just as well be described as visually acoustic, his often complex arrangements referencing the scales and melodies in music. Gilmore's journey toward his masterful style unfolded through a dogged pursuit of education through practical experience, noting the bookstores, bakeries, and theaters where he worked as more influential than his formal schooling.

Styrofoam Cup Illustrations by Cheeming Boey

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 17, 2013
Cheemy Boey, known to most as "Boey," found himself doodling on his cup in a coffee shop when he didn't have any paper to jot down his ideas. Pleased with the results he began sketching on cups, producing an awesome collection of Sharpie styofoam cup illustrations! They can now be purchased in his Etsy shop or through his website.

Illustrations by Brazilian Duo 'Imarginal'

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 17, 2013
We are enjoying the work of Fernando Moraes and Roane Ferreira this morning. Working under the collective title, Imarginal, the duo work on a variety of surfaces from, cotton fabric, markers, and even magnifiers on paper, wood, or walls. Some of their pieces take over 3 months to make and measure over 3 feet wide...

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