New York-based fashion designer and illustrator, Karrem Iliya, proves that fashion can be more than glitzy-glossy pictures in a high-class fashion magazin. Simple shapes, beautiful silhouettes, and pastel watercolor can be all you need when promoting an already famous brand.
Bristol based artist and freelancer Alberto Seveso has always seen the computer much more than a mere working tool. He converted it into an art making instrument. Take a look at what imagination and skills combined can do!
For London based freelance illustrator and animator Liam Brazier, the images come in many shapes, and many shape sizes. He recreates characters and scenery from various angulated shapes, using colors from the same palette, resulting a glass-like, christalyzed
It all started with a doodle for the 23-year old Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes, and it ended up being fine art after all. The whimsical drawings, dominated by lines, patterns, characters, and all sorts of tiny elements, are all popping out of the
With a PhD in chemistry and a passion for art, Conrad Engelhardt combines the best of both worlds in his cork representations. Inspired by Impressionism, Conrad creates his art works using recycled wine corks, in a color palette defined by the chemical
Nature is an endless source of inspiration for any artist, and in any form of art. Belarusian artist Anastasia Kovaleva uses found organic material to create her imaginative and intricate collages. From dreamy landscapes, to cards and decorative objects,
Freelance illustrator Simón Prades creates these nature inspired surreal scenery using watercolor, ink, and pencil. The artist is living and working in Saarbrücken, Germany and teaching Illustration at the university of applied sciences in Trier. For more info
Aya Kato is a 25 year old artist from Japan whose love for life and nature transcends into these whimsical art pieces. Inspired by the Manga culture, with a touch of Art Nouveau, Aya's works tell a story about love and passion in an uncanny, dark sort of way,
Australian illustrator Loui Jover creates these delicate ink drawing on sheets of vintage paper randomly bound together in a collage, rendering a “strange fusion and depth that seems to give the images a kind of ‘meaning’ and back story”.