I very rarely customize objects with my illustrations on them, but after being inspired by French illustrator, McBess, I put paint to wood and designed my own body artwork fora cheap acoustic guitar that I picked up from a local car boot sale.
Stumbled upon Lundi’s work on Tumblr recently through a reblog and fell in love with it. The errie, foggy atmosphere in Lundi’s work is really fitting to the black and white tone, as well as the simplistic yet spooky characters that appear in the illustrations.
Graffiti artist Pahnl is someone who will try his hand at anything – be it film, art or design. In his latest endeavor, he has taken his signature yellow dog and molded him into an urban vinyl toy. First Editions are going for £95. If you can’t afford one, then check out the promo video of how […]
French illustrator McBess is one of my heroes. His work is so beautiful to look at, and even more beautiful when you squint to see each tiny line or dot in his illustrations.
Born in Germany and living in London since 2002, Sandra Dieckmann’s work is full of compassion towards nature. Animals feature heavily in her artwork, as do geometrical shapes and mix media methods, to create rich illustrations that not only look pretty, but hold strong messages about how disconnected we can be from the world around us.
I’m a freelance illustrator working out of a small, pokey flat in Oxford. My illustrations are done mostly by hand – with the odd digital tweak here and there – and consist of weird animals, surreal characters and stupid sayings. Recently, I created a series of illustrations around Margaret Atwood’s novel, Oryx and Crake.
Si Mitchell’s punk inspired illustrations are currently doing the rounds for the likes of British bands McFly and The Midnight Beast. A man of simple pleasures, he has been freelancing for the last five years,
and the hard work seems to finally be paying off. He’s one to watch.