London-based graphic designer and illustrator Ocki Magill, created beautiful and original letters. It is made with very detailed illustrations of animals or elements from nature. She creates her work with gouache only.
Japanese illustrator Shouta Sanoda made two series of illustrations showing famous eyes of actresses, singers, dead or still alive. We can find the looks of Dali, Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie, Marilyn Monroe, Charlize Theron, Katy Perry and Rihanna.
DDB Paris agency asked French illustrator Tom Haugomat to creat some Ads Prints for Volkswagen brand. The talent of the artist – see here his other works in Fubiz, demonstrated once again a great talent to illustrate those awful but hilarious lies from parents to their children.
Kristian Mensa is a 17-year-old illustrator from Czech Republic. In his last collection of illustrations he mixes, with humour, strokes of pen or strokes of paintbrush with daily objects and foodstuffs which are convoluted of its initial function to another one and be a part of the drawing.
From may 19th to june 9th, 2015, Société Générale launches the 3rd edition of “Creacarte” contest, inviting players to create credit cards illustrations. With a digital app, participants can “Digitwist” their drawings by simple movements. The two winners will maybe get a chance to travel in New-York* city and see their creations on the credit cards.
Matt Blease is a London-based illustrator. In his creations he likes turning plays on words to pictures. Through his last illustrations he make the beholder smiling by playing with little habits we’ve developed with the usage of social networks.
Van Orton Design is a designer group based in Turin in Italy. In their collection named “Kubrick Collection”, they freshen up in colors and geometry cult movies of the American movie-maker Stanley Kubrick : “The Shinning” and “2001 : A Space Odyssey”.
Harald Geisler, German typographer, and Elizabeth Waterhouse, American dancer and theorist wanted to play tribute to Albert Einstein by creating a font based on his handwriting. Project is currently raising funds on the Kickstarter website.
Swedish illustrator Simon Stalenhag created an illustrations series in which Sci-fi world would cohabits with real life. So we can see humans live among robots or other technical innovations, in almost uninhabited spaces. An imaginary vision of the reality away from utopia but we look it with pleasure.
Victoria Siemer is a Brooklyn-based graphic designer. In her project named “Coffee Cup Manipulations”, she adds amazing digital illustrations in coffee cups, representing waves, over-active ocean and galaxies. This technique adds a surrealism dose to a daily action.
Illustrator and graphic designer Matt Chase, whose we have talked previously on Fubiz, is the author of a funny series gathering two references of the artist : Wes Anderson’s movies and LEGO. For Spoke Art’s annual “Bad Dads” exhibition, he imagined posters that take Wes Anderson’s characters and turn them into undressed LEGO. Prints are available on his shop.
Dhavebaj Anupabsthian is a active Instagram user. His creations mix iPhone photography and graphics with photo retouch on a tablet, that give a minimalist even optical illusion sometimes. His work is very surprising and unexpected.
Nancy Liang is a Sydney-based illustrator. She created animated GIF with kraft paper cutouts and pencil hand drawings. Each element is carefully added on the sketches, then it’s scanned and animated with the help of Photoshop. Final result make us dreaming.
Andreas Lie is a visual artist from Norway. In his creations he used the double exposure technique. In one of his series, he stages wild animals by searching to represent it with their natural habitat. We look the sober and quasi-minimalist result without ending.
American artist Stephanie K Clark draws and builds houses with threads. She represents houses like oil paintings, by taking care of light especially. According to her, the use of thread is the best medium to tell the story of a family and their daily life.