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.