Pop-culture portraits by an American illustrator Bagger43 are visually eye-catching. Working with transparent watercolors, the artist doesn’t use black outlines around the figures, adding lightness to the body shapes and exposing the vibrancy of colors.
Anai Greog is a Romanian illustrator that works purely with the digital. She approached the circle as a method to investigate oneself which is the frame for her graphic series of visuals that take form of optical illusions.
The Chicago artist and former scenographer Laura Berger uses nude female as a focus subject of her illustrations.
We already introduced you to the interior design illustrations that Trendland friend Spiros Halaris did for Architectural Digest Magazine,
There was no doubt in Ugo Gattoni’s mind what the theme for his first Hermès scarf would be. At the centre of his megapolis stands none other than a gigantic monument dedicated to the horse.
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.
After travels to New York and London, Spanish illustrator settled in France. Apart from his own production company, he looks into animation. The recent series of still lifes ‘Nature Morte’ is a tribute to cubism, inspired by Braque, Gris and Picasso, playing with geometry and shadows.