Mikyung Lee is Korean illustrator based in Seoul, Korea.
She loves to create scenes of poetry mood and unrealistic images as well as drawing emotions. She sometimes makes GIFs.
Selected clients: Google, Penguin Random House, Airbnb, New Yorker, New York Times, The Guardian, BuzzFeed news, Playboy, Elysium Health, Snapchat, Medium, and many others.
Leonardo Santamaria shares his recent illustrations made for clients and galleries such as The New York Times, Spoke Art, The Ringer, and Artetorial
Ewelina is a self-taught freelance illustrator based in Poznań, Poland. Her techniques heavily rely on combining pencil drawing, collage and digital software, which gives artist a lot of creative freedom. We could not escape to buy few of her works for our walls
Spanish illustrator Divin creates mind-bending op art works for your eyes pleasure and entertainment
“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.