Skilled in graphic design and 3D, Pakistan-based digital artist Omar Aqil has randomly chosen a selection of paintings from Pablo Picasso, one of the pioneers of cubism and emblematic of surrealism art.
Created for a property developer in London, illustrator Jack Daly has created a lovely and compelling series that showcase “Essential Living” with a constrained color palette.
Dreamer and ‘wizard’ illustrator from Saint-Petersburg, Russia, Anna Labi has some intriguing illustrations in her portfolio.
Mats Gustafson emerged in the late 1970s, during a time when the realm of fashion illustration was eclipsed by photography and watercolor as a conceptual medium was barely explored, his independent and applied arts nearly single-handedly reinvented the medium.
Jean Leblanc is a French illustrator and art director currently living in Berlin. In concluding his studied at Nantes Fine Art School and at Gobelins School in Paris, Jean developed a style that is a mashup between Pop and surrealism, an approach to art that
Passionate about comics, Brazilian illustrator Hugo Canuto took the greatest stories from Yoruba African mythology, and convert them to the universe of Comic books.
Best known for his portraits of beautiful women with a melancholic and surreal touch, the Hungarian digital illustrator Krisztian Tejfel is focusing on traditional-digital hybrids leaving his work always a bit unfinished.