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Becha’s Collage Style Illustrations
Serbian artist Vesna Pesic creates some pretty charged imagery under her alias Becha. The work sends your mind to infinity and beyond, skimming through sources of inspiration from a wide ...

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Hiroshi Tanabe Illustrations
Japanese illustrator Hiroshi Tanabe’s distinguished illustrations emulated the clean lines of traditional woodcuts but matured into more refined and layered drawings early in his career. Though constantly evolving, his work ...

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Paul Rabrabhi’s Street Style Illustrations
I really love these street style water color  illustrations by Thai artist Paul Rabrabhi. He has collaged together street style looks from different style blogs to create his own pieces of work.

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Dunya Atay Mixed Media
Another young Turkish artist discovered via our Submit page, Dunya Atay does not use any glue, scissors or photoshop!  The Istanbul based illustrator uses only ink and markers on various fashion magazines to create her beautiful art.

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Cut-Out by Meriç Canatan
I really like these science-fiction-themed collages by Turkish artist/designer Meriç Canatan. She uses a cut-out technique that gives an interesting vibe to these black and white photographs.

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Ana Laura Perez’s Shoe Illustrations
Two things we can hardly resist at Trendland, shoes and illustration! Shoe illustrations are almost a no brainer when it comes to features, so it is no wonder that we had to spotlight these illustration by Argentinian artist Ana Laura Perez.

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Maquiavélica By Violeta Hernández
How amazing are these illustrations by Mexican artist Violeta Hernández. The series is entitled ‘Maquiavélica’ and is entirely drawn with pencil and watercolor. Beautiful!

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Magda Antoniuk Fashion Illustrations
When I stumbled on the young Polish Magda Antoniuk’s work yesterday, I couldn’t believe that we never reviewed her. Since Magda’s work looks really familiar, I thought she was already part of our fashion illustrators archive. Magda turns fashion imagery,

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Michael Ostermann Illustrations
Austrian illustrator Michael Ostermann has been creating  gloomy, dark-minded and anomalous digital art for several years and enjoys experimenting with surrealistic concepts, always striving to improve his work. Every project is different; in both needs and approach, he usually likes to start with