This book is for Rebeka: the Ábécés Könyv aims to teach her the Hungarian alphabet. Starting from common stuffs the little girl is interested in during her summer of 2013, the graphic designer Anna Kovecses has drawn subjects belonging to the summer holidays’ world, an island, Mediterranean Sea, little things. The Hungarian alphabet is made […]
Los Angeles-based fashion illustrator and graphic designer Sunny Gu has some great illustrations in her portfolio. Most of her work is painted in watercolor with occasional use of graphite and acrylic paint. Full of vibrant color and
105 years ago, Jeanne Lanvin took on the most fortuitous role of all – that of motherhood.
Spanish artist Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde aka Nikneuk took the time and patience to draw the interiors and floor plans of her favorite TV shows and movies – A very tedious work and a pretty nice final result (except the fonts and logo choices) – Especially if you know the show (Simpsons, Sex in the city, […]
Empty Frame presents “Dirty land” by Gustavo Bockos aka Vokos, an art Director, Designer and illustrator based in São Paulo, Brazil. “Dirty Land” is an experimental contemporary pop culture exhibition. Through mixed media posters, adult content and
Thanks to our Facebook followers, we discover the talented French fashion illustrator Nicolas Tavitian. After studying literature then art, Nicolas started out as a graphic designer before creating more and more illustrations. His collaborations as
When fashion and illustrations join forces, it’s a joy that’s indescribable, really. Our latest discovery, Greek-Cypriot illustrator Orestis Lazouras, has a great psychedelic point of view on fashion.
I just stumbled over the very graphic and colorful work of Danish multi-disciplinary arts and design studio Hvass & Hannibal. Since 2006, its founders, Nan Na Hvass & Sofie Hannibal have worked in close collaborative partnership with illustrative and conceptual design in a number of different fields for numerous clients in Europe, Asia and the […]
Atelier Olschinsky is a creative studio based in Vienna, Austria. The artists Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss create beautifully intricate and detailed illustrations. Their illustrations demonstrate depths formed by line structures and geometric shapes. Enjoy these stunning selects we’ve picked out, and you can find out more about their fascinating work here!