Jules Julien Illustrate Vuitton for Commons & Sense magazine
The very talented, French illustrator, Jules Julien, drew these gorgeous Louis Vuitton silhouettes from the AW 2012-13 collection, for Japaneses Commons & Sense magazine using an ancient Japaneses lithographic style ...


Adam S. Doyle’s Birds
Artist Adam S. Doyle is interested in what’s not there, he uses long swift brushstrokes, calligraphic in style, to create his images, bold and simple, yet infused with the essence ...


Sander Wassink: State of Transience
Sander Wassink is an artist and designer who begs us to reconsider what is important and what is desirable, what do we toss and what do we keep. This applies to memory and preservation of the past in relation to new construction and new production needs and resources. Through his work, Wassink attempts to reimagine […]


Paris Vs. New York By Tony Miotto
After the success of illustrator Vahram Muratyan‘s Paris versus New York series (seen here), motion graphic designer Tony Miotto animated the illustrations in this lovely short film, sure to be a viral treat for all those who have a stake in this great debate.  Enjoy!


The Sociables Prefer Pepsi… 1959
During the pin-up era of the 50’s and 60’s, Pepsi communicated using these beautifully illustrated print ads with slogans such as ‘The Sociables Prefer Pepsi’, ‘Pespi-Cola Refresh without Filling’, ‘The ...


Breaking Bad Art project at Gallery 1988
“The Cooks” by Mike Mitchell Last Monday was the opening of the “Breaking Bad” Art Show presented by Breaking Gifs at the Gallery 1988 in Melrose, CA. A lot of artists participated in the exhibition by submitting artworks related to the greatest show on TV! There are a lot of awesome illustrations to buy, too […]


Shades of Change by Marin Dearie
Shades of Change was created by American artist Marin Dearie, which depicts the changes in nature and popular culture through a series of color charts. From fake tans and tea brewing to Michael Jackson, the series illustrates these changes in a humorous and informative way. Which one is your favorite?


Siggi Eggertsson’s Landscape Illustrations
Siggi Eggertsson has a succinct, yet light-hearted, write-up on his site: “Grew up drawing, painting and building stuff. Also played some basketball and collected basketball cards. Got my first PC, at first I mainly used it to


Marynn Fashion Illustrations
French graphic design student, Marynn, is based in Nantes and have a curiosity led by the search of realism. You can see that in her simple yet graphic style using black and white pencil with subtle touch of colors. I especially like her portraits series.