“Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Hem (previously) paints stylised scenes of solitary figures caught in moments of motion, introspection, and reverence. While integrated into their surroundings through carefully modulated color palettes, the figures’ floating poses and distant expressions suggest a dreamlike state. In an artist statement, Hem cites an early interest in graffiti as informing his current narrative style, which he creates with a combination of gouache, oil, and acrylic paint.”
Young award-winning creative designer and illustrator from Costa Rica - Marv Castillo took an Instagram challenge few month ago to come up with an ink illustration a day. During the “Inktober” he created 31 artworks featuring the visual representation of a random character and associated word and by this created the “Alternate Dictionary”
Alejandro Garcia is a modern day child of Picasso and Kandinsky living in the land of colour - Mexico. Beside abstract lines-splashes-dots exploration she creates capsule collaborations for fashion brands that are obviously stick to her sense of form and colour. No doubts it is a win-win situation for both sides having artist developing her skills and industry catching their audience with bright patterns.
Trained architect Maja Wrońska uses most of her talents in watercolour drawings of beautiful cities she visits
Moscow based artist and illustrator Andrey Surnov creates quintessential digital canvases depicting a mellow beauty of Russian suburb
“Biff is a multi-faceted illustrator, designer and creative personality. A limitless imagination and diverse skill-set not only enable him to champion a brief but also stand him in great stead for generating impulsive projects and original ideas. His relaxed yet distinctive and on-point style has won him clients from all over the world, and his ever-expanding use of new tools and media is a testament to his versatility and professionalism. Inspired by every aspect of the world around him. Biff's creations are fresh, current, comedic and instilled with immeasurable character." - Emily Beeson, Young Gold Teeth.
A deck of playing cards released by Playing Arts illustrated and animated in Augmented Reality by leading international artists.
Playing Arts project originally launched in 2012 with the initial sensational playing cards deck called "Creative Cards". The idea of the project was to create a deck of playing cards where each card will be illustrated by different international artist in their own individual style and technique.
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Illustrations for each of 55 playing cards were made specially for this deck by different international artists in their own individual style.
First ever artistic deck with AR experience. Animations will be experienced both on the website and through Augmented Reality mobile app.
Printed by US Playing Card Company on legendary Bicycle® paper with Air-cushion finish for the smoothest feel. It's the highest quality coated playing card stock, perfect for creating beautiful spreads and fans if you are cardist or magician.
The deck will come in poker size (88.9 × 63.5mm) with thin borders, so you can take it all from vibrant and colourful illustrations.
Inside the box you will find 54 playing cards plus info card that features the names of all amazing artists involved in this deck as well as instructions on how to use Augmented Reality app.
Support on http://kck.st/2WshE1U
Obsessed with black and white, the contrast is the source of his creativity, fascinated by the pop art movement and our contemporary pop culture, Nairone use elements from everyday life, his work is inspired by personal experiences from his childhood and the links with the milieu in which he lives mixed with his contrasted vision.
Les Gourmands Bakery
House of Vans
Spiros Halaris is a multi-disciplinary award winning Illustrator. Originally from Greece, he was trained at the University of the Arts London and has studios in London and New York, where he's currently based.
It took two years for Mat Szulik to complete a personal series of illustrations depicting Paris scenes in low polygonal way. Straight after Paris, Mat started facet cities of Rome and Abu Dhabi, we can’t wait to share them too