Inspired by urban landscapes and architecture, and in particular by London, graphic designer/artist Yoni Alter has a great collection of colorful prints featuring all the major landmark found in different cities. You can
Nothing screams “bummer” louder than a book with poor or unimaginative illustration. Thankfully, James Gulliver Hancock is here to save the day and create a beautiful and oh-so-fun illustration for Chronicle Books: “Artists, Writers, Thinkers, Dreamers”. The book is a gathering of 50 public figures and demonstrates their unknown
From the designers’ papers to the runway, and from the runway back to the illustrators’s papers: Martine Johanna found a way to combine her love for high fashion and her work. In 8 detailed illustrations, she created whimsical scenes, inspired by favorite looks from the 2014/15 Fashion Week. Johanna used
Black and white never, ever gets old but, when the help of subtle illustration is involved, the result is game-changing. This recipe followed Sicky magazine and presented the “Inside Out” editorial by Cristian Davila Hernandez, featuring model Maurice de Jonge on black background and total white outfits.
The graphic illustrations of Jack Hughes are refreshing and unique amidst many of the artists struggling to imitate fashion’s greatest illustrators. In his use of two tone color and realistic rendering, Hughes creates bold and elegant characters with a hint of nostalgia.
New York-based designer Christopher Lee Sauvé‘s Mad Maus series honors fashion and culture icons in playful, graphic caricatures and Mickey Mouse impersonations. A selected collection of 20 illustrations including Grace Jones, André Leon Talley, Grace Coddington and Lynn Yaeger launched as part of the Playground Break Exhibition at New York City’s Hotel Particulier.
3D paper modeler, illustrator and set designer Lydia Kasumi Shirreff creates festive and imaginary worlds using primarily paper and a youthful love for craft. Pulling inspiration from minerals and vintage astronomy books, London-based Shirreff’s precision with a blade is enchanting and playful.
Bringing our favourite super heroes to life, Netherlands designer Chung Kong takes his imagination elsewhere with his popsicle series. Escaping from his job as a creative director at an advertising agency, Kong creates his own artwork and eye watching posters on his website. Taking conventional subjects and giving them a vibrant polish, the latest ‘My […]