UK-based I Love Dust is a multi-disciplinary design studio whose fresh, innovative designs have garnered many awards.Read More
Gilles and Cecilie Studio offer a variety of talents to bring three-dimensional spaces to life - and then make them burst with vitality. Their solutions for Hotel Folketeatret in Oslo, Norway, are sophisticated, complex, and bring each space to life, showcasing a variety of their talents.Read More
Leigh Viner's style may suggest effortless ease, but each drawing she makes is a delightful combination of energy and hidden precision.
Christopher David Ryan’s graphic portfolio is surprisingly expansive and diverse – but one of my many favorites from him are his series of “Dailies”. Simple yet clever illustrations that boil communication down to the heart of the matter.Read More
At the tender age of 12, Mart began painting in the streets of Buenos Aires, bringing his vibrant, whimsical style to lucky passers by. His vibrant colors and playful subjects bely a sophisticated mastery of the use of aerosol paints.
Mart is an established contemporary artist with a rising international profile. He maintains a strong relationship with his community, and his work can be seen throughout Palermo, the neighbourhood where he grew up.Read More
Type goes right hereRead More
Andrew Bannecker's warm take on the world will charm you. Playful, slightly nostalgic, but always fresh - his work has been recognized by Communication Arts, American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators, and he was included in Luerzer's 200 Best Illustrators in the world.Read More
Tina Berning and Michelangelo Di Battista approach image-making from their own disciplines: photography and painting - - and each are known for their portraits of beautiful women. What happens when the lovely line work and patterns Tina Berning is known for meet the fashion photography of Michelangelo Di Battista? The Face/Project.Read More
Sly glances by beautiful women are not the only thing that distinguishes Tina's Berning's work - her hand lettering, and organic, drawn patterns set her apart from other fashion illustrators.Read More
Marco Puccini not only embraces his dark side, he draws inspiration from it. His delightful characters have a certain innocence to them, even as they engage in dark activities like cannibalism, sexuality, impeding demise, zombism, or just plain loneliness and isolation. His anthromorphic figures have a retro / vintage vibe that also manages to feel applicable to popular culture, in an of-the-moment way.Read More
When I think of Mash Design, I think of gorgeous wine labels, their magazine "Chef's Special", clever collages, and great collateral design work.Read More
He is a writer who tells his stories without words - each image will draw you deeper into the plot, as your mind fills in details about each character, circumstance, and - before you know it - all the possibilities of what might happen next.Read More