Grace Lee Illustrations
You’d think that with the minimalist brushstrokes of Grace Lee‘s work, she would have already lived for a long time in Japan. In truth, the freelance illustrator hails from Sydney, ...


Starving Artist Recipes by Sara Zin
Written by Mateus Andrade   The food photography trend is firmly established in cookbooks as of late (blogs and social media as well). As any success story, someone has to ...


Plexiglass Photo-Illustrations
Austrian couple Verena Michelitsch and Tobias Van Schneider set up a little photo studio in their New York apartment, where they’ve been making still life compositions out of plastics and foils culled from Chinatown. Art directors and graphic designers at separate companies, the two apply their photography


Nina Warmerdam’s Imprints
Nina Warmerdam is a Dutch print designer based in Paris. Having worked for Maison Martin Margiela, Hussein Chalayan, Nike & Siv Støldal, she felt like she needed a creative outlet to bring her back in touch with her personal work.


Tom Hancocks’ Fluid Art
New York based visual artist Tom Hancocks works in a clean, fluid style. Whether in the physical or digital world, he uses white backgrounds to highlight elements that fold, drape ...


Ayaka Ito’s Multidisciplinary Portfolio
Born and raised in Japan, Ayaka Ito works at RoAndCo Studio in New York. Her recently launched personal portfolio shines with print and interactive projects of a certain luster.


George Antoniou Digital Illustrations
George V. Antoniou is a self taught digital illustrator from Cyprus. Studying the color and composition of photographers like Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the artist imbibes a sense of high fashion to his work


Guillaume Kurkdjian’s Animated Vehicles
Guillaume Kurkdjian is an illustrator and animator from Nantes, France. A whiz at making gifs, he recently created a series of vehicle animations. Namely: a construction, utility, food and dump truck.


Metamorphic Illustrations by Paulo Melo
Paulo Melo is a Berlin-based communication designer. When he’s not in front of his computer, he says he can be found drawing in fashion magazines, which is something like what he did in his series called “Pure White.”