Fuzzy animals, eerie plants, fairytale-like houses, surreal and gloomy scenery. These are all part of Alexander Jansson's digitally painted world. Colorful and dreamy, bleakly and mysterious, his illustrations invite the viewer to explore a world of feelings and emotions that goes beyond our wildest dreams.
Amsterdam based artist Danny van Ryswyk creates these dark and surreal artworks, where the traditional 19 century photography and computer manipulation are mixed together in an out-worldly sense of obscure absurdity.
New Jersey based artist, Jon Reinfurt, studied illustration at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, graduating with his BFA in 2002. His creative images depict stories that express powerful emotions and original ideas, all wrapped up in a humorous
Nicole Gustafsson, a.k.a. Nimasprout is a talented Lincoln, Nebraska based illustrator. Her drawings, prints and gauche paintings depict enchanted and imaginative worlds, inhabited by tiny magical creatures.
Nicoletta Ceccoli is an Italian illustrator, living in San Marino, Italy. Over the years, she has illustrated many books, mainly in Italy, in the USA and in the UK. Her works have been exhibited at the Bologna Children’s Book fair seven times. She has also shown
Alice X. Zhang, also known as Alicexz or Silverqe is a Hong Kong based graphic designer and illustrator, who graduated the Rhode Island School of Design, in 2006, with a BFA in Graphic Design. Her amazing illustrations are bursting with bright and strong colors,
Sheena Aw a.k.a. Caramelaw leaves in a world where morbid and cute blend in the super flavored aroma of colorful candy. Her work is inspired by art gurus of all time, like Takashi Murakami, Tado, Simone Legno of Tokidoki, and so on.
Starting March 31, Dutch graphic artist Parra will have his first exhibition in an U.S. Museum, taking over SFMOMA's second-floor landing with an impressive mural that showcases his post-Pop design style.