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Artaksiniya Illustrations [updated]
A couple months ago we reviewed the Russian artist/illustrator Artaksiniya, she just came out with some great new artwork. She is also a talented animator, which you can see in ...

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Fabio Rex: Delicious Drinks Illustrations
You might know by now that we love infographics, if you know us personally you know as well that we like drinks, especially beautifully executed cocktails. Well Brazilian graphic artist ...

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Gina Martynova Illustrations
Between Pop Surrealism and Fashion Illustration New York based graphic artist Gina Martynova‘s world of Starry is whimsical, theatrical and bold. She is also very talented at drawing flowers, like her watercolor Botanika series.

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Raymond Lemstra Tribal Illustrations
I am totally in love with the illustrations of Dutch artist Raymond Lemstra. Inspired by tribal and primitive masks and totems, and mixed with a little touch of pop and Japanese culture and you get these very unique drawings.

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Braided Typography
Braided Typography is the outcome of Teagan White’s semester-long research project on pre-Columbian Native American culture for my Ideation & Process class.

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Anne Charlotte Menegaux Illustrations
How sumptuous are the fashion illustrations of French artist Anne-Charlotte Menegaux, I like her style a lot and how she beautifully blends her drawings with still life photographs. After the jump you can see her playing card set, specially customized for Chaumet.

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Anne Sofie Madsen’s New Work
More than a year ago we featured the graduating collection and illustrations of the talented Anne Sofie Madsen. She just contacted us to let us know that her website is now up and along with that a whole new body of work. Here I have selected to highlight

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Jeannie Phan’s Hair Illustrations
Jeannie Phan is a Toronoto based illustrator with a keen interest in the micro-kingdom and the physiology of the human body, all which she sums up with a surrealist twist. Her “Hair is Dead” series featured here is beautiful and extremely eery. “Biologically, hair is not a live, it is dead. This series of illustrations […]

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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 array of references and periods.  I love when she mixes her style with fashion.