Aged 24, the Philippine illustrator and freelance graphic designer Kerby Rosanes using black pen on his cutting edge doodle. Animals and characters pile up in patterns, and massive compositions full of small details attractive elements. You can support her new project on Kickstarter.
Benze The artist painted this beautiful mural entitled AZU, 11 x 5 m, for the outdoor bar “Rombusz Terasz” in Budapest. Regular collaborations with brands like Mercedes, illustrator impresses with its creativity and ability to draw unique works.
The Polish graphic designer Kamil Białogrzywy re-imagine classic album covers into colorful illustrations. David Bowie portrait for Aladdin Sane and the one of Michael Jackson on Thriller’s cover are transformed into cool and funny graphic monsters. Aladdin Sane – David bowie. The Man Machine – Kraftwerk. Thriller – Michael Jackson. Roxy music – Country Life.
The French designer Flore Maquin recreates digital posters of famous movies. She draws digital portraits reproduced main characters such as Django or Mia Wallace and combined also with typography.
The graphic designer Mario De Meyer participated in typography project “36 Days Of Type” which invites designers and illustrators from around the world to their own visions of letters and numbers. De Meyer has imagined every day for 36 consecutive days, letters and numbers representing the same sign but from different perspectives.
The English artist Kelly McLaughlan illustrates the pages of dictionaries from 1800s drawing humanized animals and dressed in period costumes. The combination between words and illustrations give to prints a poetic classic charm.
The Japanese illustrator Shouta Sanoda made two series of illustrations depicting the eyes of famous actresses, singers, dead and still alive. It includes the looks of Dali, Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie, Marilyn Monroe, Charlize Theron, Rihanna and Katy Perry.
The Swedish illustrator Simon Stalenhag imagined a series of illustrations where the world of science fiction cohabits with reality. Thus we can see it live among men, robots and other technological innovations in almost uninhabited spaces. An imaginary vision of the real life away from utopia but we look it with pleasure.
Kirk Wallace illustrator based in Boston, has created this series of illustrations of American cities, respectively represented by the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and the Space Needle in Seattle. Small illustrations that also animate a fun and unexpected way, through collaboration with the New Zealand designer...
The illustrator base in Barcelona Cinta Vidal Agulló plays with the laws of gravity and architectural conventions to create paintings prospects and inverted scenes. His works are painted on wooden panels with acrylic paint, and are inspired by the work of artist M.C. Escher where each building fits together and mental structure upside down. ...