Graphic designer Brian Pollett, aka Pixel-Pusha, went on a 20-day “binge” and created 20 illustrations while under the influence of different drugs. The San Francisco-based artist said he “wanted to create opportunities to educate, whether related to psychedelics or art.”
Canadian illustrator James White, just released his latest illustration series entitled ‘NeoWave’. A gorgeous futuristic series that transport us on a geometric planet. Today, James is focusing on various neon-infused art projects, creating some pieces to compliment his 80s childhood.
Ola Niepsuj brings fun, witty, and bright illustrations to life. Niepsuj, a Warsaw based illustrator and graphic designer, has been recognized in Poland and abroad for her work ranging from posters, infographics, and visual identities. Although varying in topic and form, the posters all share a collage-like texture and playful quality. https://www.behance.net/olaniepsuj
Imagination is our window into the future. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab loves the future and this posters project show it even more. They released a free series of space travel posters that are very retro-futuristic.
Montreal-based illustrator Gabriel Levesque visually conceptualizes futuristic worlds. Just discovered him through his series titled Mind’s Eye, featuring faceless silhouetted figures who is illuminated by the scenes taking place in their head.
Sydney based pencil artist Lisa Lapointe, draws upon spiritual, religious and indigenous mythology in her art.
For the upcoming Star Wars, British illustrator David Murray introduce his own view of the Star Wars characters dressed with the latest Fall 2015 collections. After his Fashion horror illustrations, it’s now Hipster Star Wars !