C’est Bon Anthology

Whether you’re a sequential artist, fine artist, illustrator, or a fan, the Swedish anthology C’est Bon will definitely light a fire in any creative spirit in need of some inspiration. … Read more


Max Bode

Though most know Max Bode as an art director over at the ubiquitous New Yorker, he is in fact quite an illustrator. Creating bright, clean illustrations, in a style at … Read more


The surreal artwork of Mimi Leung

Returning to Hong Kong after graduating from The Royal College of Art inspired artist Mimi Leung to create the series The Hope and Struggle. Motifs such as disease, mutation and … Read more


Atomic Ranch magazine

Atomic Ranch magazine celebrates mid-century houses — from 1940s ranch tracts to 1960s architect-designed modernist homes — with an emphasis on affordable solutions and homeowner renovations.


Lemon Poppy Seed

A new generation of talent is currently developing its own interdisciplinary and refreshingly off-key visual vocabulary. Lemon Poppy Seed is a compilation of work by young, international artists whose styles … Read more


Olaf Hajek

Illustrator Olaf Hajek’s work is amazing! We caught up with him recently and asked him about his artistic background: ‘I was already drawing and painting when I was young. At … Read more


Nerds Gone Wild!

If you’ve ever wondered what nerds get up to when deprived of Broadband for two weeks, or you want to find out how William Shatner (think Star Trek era, not … Read more


The mixed media of Andy Forshaw

A talent for mixed media and a good eye for detail has won London designer Andy Forshaw clients such as Dazed and Confused, Vice, and TimeOut. He’s just finished illustrating … Read more


Jashar Awan

Anyone who reads The New Yorker will be familiar with the work of Brooklyn illustrator Jashar Awan, a consistant fixture within its pages. With strong influences clearly drawn from the … Read more

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