StPete based tattoo artist and talented illustrator Ilya Brezinski shows off his best in dot-work technique. Whatever the material - skin or paper Ilya handles each work with a lot of care and attention to details.
Well-known digital artist and graphic designer from Warsaw - Pawel Nolbert presents a series of posters exploring form and rhytm of letters or pseudo-letters presented as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative sculptures. The artworks were built from an elaborate artistic painterly gestures into expressive arrangements – extending the aesthetic characteristic of typography.
Awesome narrative and visual story about love, directed and animated by Freddy Arenas http://vimeo.com/97748157
LA artist Tristan Eaton has been busy, in February he was painting a sci-fi anime inspired mural on a three-story building during the festival POW! WOW! Hawaii. In March, he used up to 500 spray cans (with the help of four assistants) to illustrate a piece in honor of Alexander Bell on a former telephone company building in Florida. And just this month, he was working on a wall for a new Versace store in Ala Moana Center (HI), using 200 spray cans to complete it. http://vimeo.com/97602368
“Nabhan Abdullatif, a professional Oman-based graphic designer and illustrator, comes up with brilliant ways to express our most common everyday phrases and slang with cute minimalistic illustrations. Abdullatif specializes in conceptual illustration and vector art, which is evident in his clever visual puns. In Abdullatif’s mind, sayings like “just in case” or “what’s up?” get interpreted in their most literal forms.” via
Con/struct is the latest body of work from Cape Town-based artist, designer, and photographer Justin Plunkett who uses his own original photography to digitally construct fictional landscapes and structures.
James Victore’s is an amazing artist and posters designer. His work has been exhibited at the MoMa, and belongs to permanent collections of museums in Paris, Washington, D.C., Zürich and Amsterdam. His clients include the New York Times, TIME Magazine, Moët & Chandon, the City of New York and Esquire. Victore speaks regularly around the globe, is a professor at the School of Visual Arts, lectures at RISD and also teaches through his own events like “The Dinner Series” and “Take This Job & Love It.” He inspires many with his Burning Questions series on YouTube.
Like Knows Like creates documentary series about people they admire on the internet. They’re meeting photographers, illustrators, designers, entrepreneurs, bloggers and storytellers all over the globe. Check all shorts in one place here
I have always wanted to make a set dedicated to an office space. Now i feel it is the right time. Maybe as i am moving to a new office) The most important thing is to make it personal and loveable. It is not just a working place. It’s a place of creation. Enjoy!
"In Lajeunie’s series of images, colour appears as a powerful intrusion upon the ocean. The images presented in the work Water meets colour, colour meets water are loaded with violence. The ocean is tinted with natural sugar colouring, causing an array of absorbing patterns to materialise in the waves. As the colours bleed into the sea, the texture of the water thickens and the motion of the waves is (re)defined, revealing its hidden course and complex networks. The crashing waves, which are carefully contained within the camera frame, pull the viewer into a vortex of frozen shapes and novel configurations that are otherwise indiscernible to the human eye."