Zahir Batin (Mercury Press), a self-taught photographer living in Malaysia Selangor, wanted to pay tribute to one of his biggest inspirations: the Star Wars universe. He staged spacecraft in the saga in the middle of nature, R2-D2 near children gazing at the rice fields and space creatures storming farms.
Matt Taylor is an English illustrator and cartoonist based in the Sussex countryside. He spends his days to create illustrations inspired by classic comic books of the fifties and sixties. Here is a selection of some of his best works.
Here is a new series of light paintings by photographer Darren Pearson. Having staged a human skeleton, the artist returns with the carcasses of dinosaurs night wandering.
The Esinam studio created this series of white posters with representation of famous landmarks monuments of major cities. With very fine lines, these posters stand the backbone of these famous structures and enhance the architectural drawing.
The designer Christy Nyboer Little Lark designed a beautiful calendar that follows the different Moon’s phases for each month. The Moon is available in silver and gold on black or white on a specific model, it is phosphorescent in the dark.
The designer José Bernabe, based in the Netherlands, designed the Chemical Cloud alphabet which takes typography Sans Serif adding fluffy clouds around the letters. Playing with Photoshop brushes, he managed to create a pattern resembling a cloud made of faded colors. A fascinating alphabet.
As part of editorial work for magazines such as “El Mundo”, the artist Dani Aristizabal created these 3D illustrations inspired by the graphic style and colorful Memphis. In these stagings wacky, the graphical interpretation of the egg the main subject of creation, the artist plays in several colors and patterns.
Nick Barclay created a series of posters to show the various symptoms associated with depression: isolation, withdrawal, fear, hope, clarity and confusion. He used straight or circular lines, black and green, to illustrate each sign.
“Celestial Cities” is a limited set of cities illustrations by David Fleck. The nine illustrations are created from woodcuts and modeled on paper and available in several colors inspired by the planets of our solar system. A series presented by Kickstarter to be discovered in the future.
Kai & Sunny are a creative duo based in London. Together, they create complex works, screenprints inspired by nature and applied to a variety of media. For their next exhibition at the Jonathan Levine Gallery, “Lots of Star Bits of” Kai & Sunny exhibiting new prints to geometric patterns unreal, a desire to highlight the...