Charlotte Edey is a London-based illustrator inspired by themes of femininity, fluidity and sensuality that she frames within surreal, dreamy spaces. Her landscapes are idyllic, painted in white and pink, while the figures remain passive.
Linn Fritz is an independent Swedish illustrator based in London. Her recent series titled ‘Girls Girls Girls’ reflect upon female nature.
Subtle and nostalgic – these two words describe best the illustrations of Luisa Riviera. The Chilean artist is inspired by nature, folk culture and literature. Indeed, her graphics carry a poetic feel, as they seem to reflect old fairy tales.
‘All Year Round’ portraits by Jaroslaw Danilenko reflect upon human anonymity. The Polish illustrator depicts his characters in a graphic, colorful way, yet with their face obliterated with giant pink balls.
Irene Laschi is an Italian illustrator from Florence. She modernizes the ever-lasting fascination with botanical drawings. Her floral graphics feature vivid colours and clean, white backgrounds.
Korean artist Mi-Kyung Choi, who goes by the nickname “Ensee,” creates digital paintings that blend pastel hues and the delicate touch usually accomplished with traditional materials.
Visual identity for the freshly opened Rumpus Room cocktail bar inside London’s Mondrian Hotel was inspired by the 1920s. The art deco graphics created by design agency Magpie and artist, Emily Forgot, keep in line with the bar’s 20’s themed interior.