Stefania Tejada explores and studies the female spirit, an immersion within the concept of identity and her personal evolution as a human. She is in constant search of capturing her subjects when they feel most vulnerable and most powerful.
Apparatuses for (Extra)Ordinary Acts (artist Charitini Gkritzali) is a sequence of depictions of the complex relationship between humans, objects and surrounding spaces. They attempt to illustrate this relationship’s present form, designate the way it is currently experienced, analyse it, and reflect over it in a descriptive or connotative manner. In this context, several factors and concepts deeply familiar to humans appear anaemic, unsound or expired: time, senses, individuality, conscience. The succession of apparatuses is cyclic. It exceeds progression and graduality, evoking doubt over its representational robustness. Ultimately, Apparatuses for (Extra)Ordinary Acts lead to the reformulation not only of human’s relationship with objects and surroundings, but with the very notion of realness and representation’s utopic nature.
The San Jose based artist Samuel Rodriguez benefits from the mix of street art background and classic art education and has done some amazing illustrative art so far. He is mostly focusing in two types of portraiture which he refers to as, ‘Topographical Portraiture’ and ‘Type Faces’. The Topographical Portraits Rodriguez creates, are made by stylizing a portrait with topographical lines and shapes, in a similar manner to those found through images on geographic maps.
Young artist from Latvia, Anna Ābola, creates warm and mellow scenes of urban life happening somewhere in South Asia during golden hours in the evenings. She also does a lot of fan art for K-Pop music style and gained a lot of attention from the music scene since then
Talented illustrator from Kuala Lumpur shows off her skills. O.C.May likes to create personal illustrations to tell stories and ideas to her audiences. YOLO is what she always keep in mind, to complete her to-do-list in her life.
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