Jump from Paper is an accessory brand which design bags coming straight from a cartoon. Between reality and fantasy, it’s pretty difficult to distinguish if they are real or drawn on the model. To discover in the gallery.
Mauro Gatti is an Italian illustrator based in Venice. His latest project is the animated video entitled “Radio” created in collaboration with Stephano Meazza and Daniele Carmosino. We see the face of a character turn alternately in well-known musician figures, like Ozzy Osburne or David Bowie. To discover
Inspired by his lifestyle in New-Zealand, illustrator Glenn Jones recently created a collection of graphic and colorful illustrations. He doesn’t hesitate to depict every kind of things or situations around him. With a personal touch, he proposes a series exuding happiness of summer. Find out more in the gallery.
Spanish designer Rocio Montoya creates very beautiful collages taking portraits of women and illustrations of flowers that she finds in vintage botanic books or fashion magazines. Through her complex compositions, she shows women as floral creatures and evasive figures searching for an identity. A poetical and inspiring work to discover in images.
Here is a series of illustrations created by the London-based graphic designer Joshua Clarke. Entitled “New Icons of London”, the series offers a colorized and minimalist version of the great iconic buildings of the Britannic capital, namely the tower The Shard, London Salesforce Tower, or the 30 St Mary Axe commonly called the Gherkin.
The Italian-Argentine designer Emilio Sansolini honors the greatest football club in the world with a series of illustrations that reinvented their jerseys in a vintage and minimalist style. All that clutters and pollutes usually a jersey has disappeared, giving way to a minimum. Real Madrid to PSG through Manchester City, here is a series that will delight all football fans.
At once minimalist and complex, paintings of Swedish artist Lars Daniel Rehn depict a tiny snowy village where live its funny inhabitants. Over images, we can see the little people develop in a world sometimes rustic, sometimes modern and playful, the all very nicely illustrated by the artist. Find out more in the gallery.
Beutler Ink has condensed the best of this year in one illustration with the appearance of the Grand Budapest Hotel. We can see of course the hat of Pharrell, Interstellar, Gone Girl, the rise of emojis, the engagement of Malala, the “Fancy” of Iggy Azalea, the Paper Magazine cover, the LEGO movie and the selfie at the Oscars ceremony… This image is full of references and tributes to pop culture and news stories.
Each day, the artist Marko Stupić draws an little illustration depicting a landscape, a common item, or an original situation that he published then on his blog. Day after day, we discover inside these little colorful circles, the daily mood of the artist. Find out more in the gallery.