The first Kenzo campaign under the creative direction of Opening Ceremony’s Carol Lim and Humberto Leon is an awesome 40 seconds animation directed by mixed-media master Jo Ratcliffe and produced by Ryan Goodwin-Smith (Passion Pictures). It is very lively and colorful with great music, and the video presents the collections theme, colors and direction very [...]
Sao Paulo based illustrator Gabriel Iumazark’s distinct, sketchy style is a wonderful game played on the eyes. The exaggerations of form are in all the right places and make the Brazilian artist’s work fun to look at. His style is something new entirely. Enjoy some of my favorite’s here…
Exhibiting internationally since 1995, New York-based illustrator Matthew Cusick owns an impressive portfolio of mixed media art. The Texas-born king of collage is widely known for his work with vintage map cut-outs, configuring entire states and countries into credible works of art. As applaudable as this work is, I’m particularly drawn to the colourfully ironic ‘Happy [...]
I am loving these Torigun (Japanese songbirds wearing military uniforms). These delightful illustrations were drawn by Japanese artist Sato. If you like birds illustrations, (and in a totally different style), you might enjoy as well the Flora Fauna birds by Josh Brill.
I just discovered the charming fashion illustrations of New York based artist Inslee Haynes. Always drawing very stylish ladies in her very own style, all of her watercolor illustrations remind me a lot of street style photography. Haynes’ works as a freelancer and is excited to work on any your fashion projects.
Post by Guest Blogger Michele Alexander Beatrice Boyle has been quoted as saying (of her work) “.. The process of painting subverts the image. It is the juxtaposition of the glamorous and the sordid that has inspired me and taken my work in a new direction”.
Dutch designer Sophie Duran contacted us to introduce us to her ‘Imperfection’ jewelry collection (see below), while its an interesting concept, we prefer by far her beautiful prints and fabrics inspired on Dutch singer Ellen ten Damme. Printed on
Yesterday I was so happy to receive by mail the stunning Forget me not silk scarf by our favorite fashion illustrator Coco! They are so pretty that I almost wanted to display it on my wall as an art piece, but
‘M is for Men’ is a series of illustration by James Graham originally commissioned by Esquire magazine (uk). Graham is an illustrator/designer working from east London. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2005, he has worked across
Since 2003, Maximo Tuja cut, paste and illustrated under the name of Max-o-matic. The Barcelona artists portfolio has a little bit of everything, from collages, typography, magazine layouts to Nike advertising or Sex Pistols cd covers…
This is not the latest work of French master painter/illustrator Antoine Helbert, but for some reason I feel this human/animal series really actual! He has such an eclectic style, very different between all his graphics but equally outstanding.