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Grid-based design with nice typographic hierarchy, check. Gorgeous Didone typeface for the title, check. Awesome, catchy, and colorful illustrations, check. I’d love to find something that’s not perfect with these covers for the Italian Economic Revue, but in my opinion they are flawless. The illustrations are the work of the talented Italien illustrator Ray Oranges. Now […]
Gunduz Aghayev is an artist from Azerbaijan who has a dark, very dark sense of humor and satire that he uses in his editorial style paintings. On the topics of war, ecology, and politics in general, the artist takes inspiration from iconic images, brands, and world leaders, to create powerful imagery that will make you think twice.
Earlier this week we shared posters designed for The Legend of Zelda in the style of Studio Ghibli. This time it’s the turn of Studio Ghibli’s characters to get a redesign in the style of Art Nouveau. These illustrations were created by Japanese illustrator Takumi. You can discover more of his work on his Facebook […]
The least you could say is that the designer duo behind YAWN chose a quite enthusiastic name for releasing their illustrations and prints. The acronym YAWN means Yeah Awesome Wow Nice. Hard to do more joyful. Based in Dortmund, Germany, Annika Janssen and Sandra Greiling create beautiful typographic compositions with a nice handmade look-and-feel. The […]
Rejoice if you are both a fan of The Legend of Zelda and of Studio Ghibli’s movies, because Matt Vince’s project was made just for you. The illustrator took upon the drawing style of the most famous Japanese cartoon studio and used it to re-create imaginary scenes from the video game.
Marty Cooper, who usually goes by the pseudonyme Hombre McSteez, released an amazing video with his now classic augmented reality style. The artist, who works as a storyboard designer, created a cool little clip he share on his Youtube channel. A little monster that he was drawing escapes from the drawing book and goes in destruction […]
Editorial illustrators need to regularly convey complex ideas into simple images that give a quick understanding to readers and make them want to read the article. This is a lot to put into one single image. Based in Québec, illustrator Sébastien Thibault has a real talent to bring poetry into his work, even when drawing about […]
Frederico Babina is an architect and illustrator from Italy. He recently created a series of illustrations that give you a quick overview of the iconic objects that made every decade of the 20th century. This is probably the quickest way to preview how our lifestyles have changed in one century.
With its bold colours and its psychedelic look-and-feel, Keiichi Tanaami’s work is quickly recognizable. Over the years – he started working as an artist in the sixties – he produced an amazing amount of art pieces that have been shown worldwide. A lesser known aspect of his work, more illustrative, is what he did for […]
Titled portraits, this series of drawings by Rachel Tribout looks more like the illustrations of her weird dreams. Seemingly taken out of a strange bestiary, the illustrations of the French artist mix animals, people, transportation systems, technological objects, and vintage stuff, among other things. You can view her other cool projects on her portfolio, and […]
Born in 1952 in New Haven, Paul Kirchner is a famous comics author who is mostly known for his strip The Bus in Heavy Metal in the seventies and eighties. He also got some fame for his illustrative work and advertising drawings, so he stopped creating comics in the nineties. In 2013, he started working for […]
Coming out of the MOCA, Carrie Liao, who is a story person at Paramount Animation, drew this picture that shows how things go at the cat museum. A funny take on modern art, and a great explanation of cats’ fascination with red lights; cats are not idiots who just chase a red dot, they are […]
For Kim Dae-Hyun, the black ink they are made of is the only matter they get to play with, so that’s what they do. If you enjoy clever uses of negative space, you’ll love the Korean artist’s work and the way he plays with it.
Iantha Naicker is a talented illustrator from South Africa. She recently did a mini-series of drawing that are beyond cute. His characters don’t want to stay still on lined paper, so they play with the lines.
Everyone knows that the Internet is made of cats, and that Youtube or Imgur would probably bankrupt if cats went extinct. But cats are not only good at making you laugh or melt with their cuteness, they also inspire artists and illustrators to create cool prints. 1. World domination for cats I’m convinced cats are […]