Ayumi Takahashi perfectly manages to mix the ancient with the contemporary, she creates stunning portraiture with eye-popping colors and clean lines.
About 4 years ago we featured the witty ad campaign from Barney’s New York in collaboration with Disney.
Not too much information about Australian illustrator Jesse Chen (aka jyxchen) but a lot gorgeous illustrations. Her simple lines and carefully chosen pastel colors made her illustrations unique with a strong identity. Love, love, love them!
According to artist Rohan Sharad Dahotre: “My love for Animals and birds in the form of doodle. Animal Doodles is a series of different animal, bird images I found on Google and doodled my imagination on them.
Florence based illustrator Ray Oranges has something special about his artwork: he has the ability tell a whole story with just a few well chosen details. The absence of cluttering matter, enhanced by
Few years ago we introduced the illustration work of Finnish artist Pietari Posti. Since then, his style changed a bit by simplifying his drawings down to clean lines and crisp, bold shapes.
French illustrator and graphic designer Marie-laure Cruschi founded her Paris based creative studio in 2007 with the hope to continuously experiment and explore new areas. We discovered her work when she illustrated and did the cover of ‘Cabins’, one of our favorite book from last year.
We recently stumbled on the new work of London based illustrator Velwyn Yossy and we fell in love again with her gorgeous colors and
Young illustrator from Berlin, Frau Grau combines sketched geometrics with organic motifs and arranges them in simple yet effective and colorful compositions. Lovely!
New York, last night, Australian artist CJ Hendry, known for her hyperrealistic pen on paper drawings and cult social media following, will present he?r latest exhibition, ?The Trophy Room on November 3, 2016 at 79 Greene Street, New York. This exhibition will be her first in New York City.
Colombian Illustrator Stefania Tejada latest series is very on trend, with ‘Girls & Botanical’, she is portraying trendy and charismatic girls, on beautiful mosaic backgrounds with obviously some green plants!
Young Greek photographer and illustrator Gregory Masouras is known for his mash-ups of high-fashion editorials and celebrities with Disney characters. With a great Instagram following of 118K followers, he loves to introduce to his fans his mash-ups and replacing Kendal or Kim with Princess Jasmine or Mulan.
Shoko Ishida is a Japanese illustrator inspired by dreams and longings. Her nostalgic ‘Fairytale Seires’ is a collection of images based on fairytales from all around the world, such as ‘Beauty and the Beast’ or ‘Alice in Wonderland’, filtrated through the lens of her native culture.
Anai Greog is a Romanian illustrator that works purely with the digital. She approached the circle as a method to investigate oneself which is the frame for her graphic series of visuals that take form of optical illusions.
It’s not the first time we reviewed the great work of Estonian illustrator Eiko Ojala. Here is some of his latest work for The New York, Wired and the New Yorker. Love his gifs!
Hans Christian Øren of Oslo-based Oh Yeah Studio creates a series of illustrations that visualise Norwegian fjords in a slightly abstract manner.
We already introduced you to the interior design illustrations that Trendland friend Spiros Halaris did for Architectural Digest Magazine,
Austrian-Moroccan illustrator Dr Propolus aka Ilias Walchshofer finds vintage, sexy or inspiring editorials and let his imagination wandering
Championed by their uniquely intricate style of illustration, The City Works create carefully curated souvenir collections, each about a different world city. Applied to cards, posters, accessories and stationery, these sophisticated cityscapes make the perfect memento, whether for the seasoned natives or the curious travellers.
Kuocheng Liao investigates dreams of an ideal house with a self-illustrated stamp collection. Taipei-based graphic designer has created a series of cartoon drawings that explore what a perfect shelter shall look like.
Born in Guangzhou, China, Jun Cen has mastered the drawing craft in Maryland. Having worked for The New York Times, The Washington Post or indie publications, such as Nautilus, his decisive use of colour and focus on human silhouettes adds a 3D quality to his works.
Designed by a Russian artist Alexander ‘Sasha’ Solodukho, the packaging for a New York- based fragrance brand NEST is inspired by 18th century botanical drawings. Each bottle is classic in its proportions, yet these are the illustrations hidden inside each glass container that add a unique, vintage touch to the perfume.
London-based illustrator is inspired by natural studies and the history of botanical art. Her beloved themes are fauna & flora, which she uses consistently to design wallpapers, book covers and posters.
Warsaw based Polish artist Tomasz Wagner is the author of these very visual digital illustrations, depicting very expressive enigmatic silhouettes.
Brooklyn based illustrator Libby VanderPloeg work comes out of her deep affinity for storytelling, music, letterforms, printed ephemera, and wildlife.
Beijing based artist Xu Linlin aka Alice Lin, is a freelance painter and 3D Art Director with a passion for new Chinese meticulous painting. She first fell in love with calligraphy and Chinese painting when she was a child with an obvious inspiration with Chinese traditional techniques and Surrealism.
Kei Meguro was born in Tokyo, Japan and currently is a working illustrator and graphic designer living in New York with her french-bulldog/pekingese mix assistant, Momo.
Norwegian freelance illustrator Natalie Foss primarily works with colored pencils, focusing on strong colors, portraits and emotions. “I work mostly with color pencils and colored paper, with focus on feelings and expressions. I usually find inspiration in people, music, animals, subcultures, feelings, fashion, thoughts and a good cup of coffee. I love colors, faces and…
Could these posters be any more simple? We love the minimalist landscape illustrations by Polish graphic designer Jaroslaw Morawski. With the use of only two to three colors and very simple shapes this series results in!
Freelance motion designer and director Elliot Lim created his own animated version of the opening sequence of the popular TV show “The Wire”, one of his favorites.