With an idealization of everyday imagery and bold use of pattern and color, native Californian Mark Allen Miller breaks down, simplifies and recreates the history of common objects, creating nostalgic tributes with a contemporary sensibility…
The Madrileña artist Carmen Garcia Huerta has two really distinct styles of illustrations and its really interesting to see the difference between her clean airbrush style compare to her rough and artsy style (below), I personally really like both, but I’m sure some of you have a preference. Which one do you prefer?
He is the one who did the Saks Fifth Avenue campaign last year, Dutch creative director Piet Paris is a fabulous illustrator. He created Studio Piet Paris to develop product design and to provide counseling in the fashion business. Pieter Hoen has such an unique illustration style with his characteristically powerful lines showing the meaning […]
It is the first time I came across the work of Hormazd Narielwalla and I’m liking it very much. His patterned collages have a strong historical British inspiration, it is no wonder Mr. Paul Smith decided to exhibit his work at the Paul Smith’s Furnishing Gallery…
Tavis Coburn is a Canadian illustrator and graphic designer, obsessed with anything from sub-retro design periods. Since graduating from Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena, Coburn has created countless works for leading publishing, advertising and music companies around the world, such as Footlocker, NFL, Time Magazine, and The Discovery Channel.
Artist / illustrator James Provost created those cool mid-century classics furniture illustrations, mostly based on Charles Eames furniture- The illustrations can be bought as 16″×24″ printed posters at Imagekind – See more illustrations on his flickr
Take Giacometti Sculptures, add it a little dose of Kandinsky paintings and mix it with some street art influence, you will get the amazing illustrations / paintings of French artist Amose – His unique style is so refined, i just love it !
These beautiful pencil and gauche fashion illustrations were created exclusively for Clear Magazine by Japanese art director and fashion illustrator Masaki Mizuno. In this series the artist interprets looks from some of our favorite top fashion houses including Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Maison Martin Margiela, Miu Miu, Nina Ricci, Givenchy, Prada, Christian Dior, Balenciaga, and Alexander […]