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Curious Feast: 100 Postcards by 10 Artists

Tomorrow, April 5th, This delightful ‘Curious Feast’ box features one hundred postcards from ten celebrated artists exploring the subject of food will be released. These extraordinary cards in our popular box format offer a rich variety of imagery from various mediums, from photography and collage to painting and illustration.

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Inspiration: Vintage Botanical Illustrations

I always been fond of the texture and details of these vintage botanical hand drawings. They are more like art than science when they’ve been drawn this way. The master for this type of illustration is Pierre-Joseph Redouté. Hope you will enjoy those as much as we do! Discover any type of plants here and…

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James White’s Gorgeous ‘NeoWave’ Futuristic Illustrations

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.

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A Playful Approach to Constructivism

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

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Do You Want to Space Travel?

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.

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Gabriel Levesque Futuristic Illustrations

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.