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.