During the pin-up era of the 50′s and 60′s, Pepsi communicated using these beautifully illustrated print ads with slogans such as ‘The Sociables Prefer Pepsi’, ‘Pespi-Cola Refresh without Filling’, ‘The Fine art of Staying Lovely’… I’m sure you will enjoy these prints as much as I do.
“The Cooks” by Mike Mitchell Last Monday was the opening of the “Breaking Bad” Art Show presented by Breaking Gifs at the Gallery 1988 in Melrose, CA. A lot of artists participated in the exhibition by submitting artworks related to the greatest show on TV! There are a lot of awesome illustrations to buy, too [...]
While collages are considered as a generally surreal artistic expression, Jean-Francois Lepage throughout his career managed to imprint surrealism within the surrealism. From June 11th to August 31st, the visitors of Hauser+Hauser web gallery will have the chance to discover his work through an interactive exhibition. When observing Lepage’s work, that is no stranger to [...]
Joana Avillez collaborated with Refinery 29 to illustrate the most iconic and influential fashion personalities. We think Joana illustrated each fashion icon to a T and we are obsessed with all the little side notes for each fashion personality -Anna Dello Russo has two apartments, one for herself and one for her clothes…. Now that’s [...]
Anny Wong is a recent graduate from Rhode Island School of Design’s in film, animation and video department but she’s very much into drawing. Her passion for art with an experimental spirit is visible in this delicate swimmers series. She
JSK is a freelance fashion illustrator and art director based in Sydney and Seoul. As the founder and creative brain behind his personal brand Susu, he has been illustrating the Susu girls, which caught the attention of Bloomingdale’s. Since then,
Regina Silveira‘s precise, thought-out works come from no less than precise, thought-out ideas. “I can mark two trends: first, the trend that brings up to date investigations on new image production resources by electronic techniques,” she states of
With an eye-catching style inspired by minimalism and modernism, it was only natural for Cristian Grossi to be embraced by the fashion set. The Italian artist blends his abstract graphic style with a distinct love for nature and magical folk tales, as seen in his digital graphic works, handmade notebooks, and most recently, the
Oh, Hi! is just about as fresh and likeable as it sounds. A series of illustrations by Berk Senturk, it presents some pretty awkward meetings between superheroes and other famous pop culture icons. Some related and some not so, the pairings include: Edward Scissorhands and Wolverine, Marty McFly and the Terminator (early years), and Freddie [...]
These very beautiful and fashionable mixed media illustrations are the work of German/Japanese artist Niky Roehreke. It is not the first time we review her work and we like it so much that we wanted to show you her latest illustrations. You should also watch her great video interview below.
What is closer to us they say, is what we can describe the best, photograph the best and in Senghye Yang’s case, illustrate the best. Having graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2011, interned for Alexander McQueen and won numerous awards, Yang proceeds to observe the nearest environment and create a fictional world around it. [...]
In pursuit of its recent throwback-love (50s-themed collections, mixed media collage videos, and so on), Prada has revamped yet another item of nostalgia—GIFs. A bit drowned out by the sea of videos, these cute tic-toc animations are the result of