Art Basel is the new Coachella. Music was cool, but art is cooler. Gather around completely unrestrained works, mix in its creators, dealers, and curators, and here you have Art Basel Miami: an open field for everyone to talk about and interpret art,
We found this series from designer Jennifer Madden and had to share it with you guys. Madden is a graphic designer at Abercrombie & Fitch but she injects her personal work with playfulness and femininity. A look through her portfolio features some cool branding and graphic design, and we love that her skills include a […]
Get in the spirit with this playful rendition of Holiday treats in a cartoon-esque style. Delicious traditional seasonal eats are highlighted in all their glory accompanied by antic doodles illustrated by Laura Hunter. Thought up by freelance art director and
By now you should be familiar with the work of Berlin artist Sarah Illenberger, who has long made us smile here at Trendland with her humorous and insightful perspective, seen in concise visual forms. Working at the intersection of 3D design, photography, set design, styling and illustration, Illenberger speaks in images,
Ignasi Monreal has illustrated the F/W 2012 Haute Couture Collections for V Magazine Spain. Showing looks by Armani Privé, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dior and others, they are extremely beautiful and vibrant; I love the marigold yellow.
Belgian graphic designer and illustrator Geraldine Georges mixes photography with other illustrated elements such as natural flowers or birds. The result is a digital collage series that exudes a delicate but powerful mysticism.
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 of the subject. Using eastern art as a foundation, Doyle manages to find a balance between the elegance of form and a representation of ‘energy within’. […]
The Tool, left Copywriter vs. Art Director is a series of illustrations depicting the eternal dispute and differences between the two. While not everyone may agree, these seem pretty on par with what we have experienced here at Trendland. Scroll for more, you will surely have a laugh or two!
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?
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.
Mixed media illustrator Daryl Feril uses a process of illustration, watercolors and graphic design to exhibit these recognizable fashion labels. Keeping with the aesthetic of each brand Feril represents Chanel’s classic black & white palette, Alexander McQueen with the essence of darkness and romantic elements, which we see from the McQueen label each season, and Yves […]