Boris Pelcer is an American illustrator based in Milwaukee. The artist creates beautiful monochrome portraits inspired enigmatic aspects of the psyche and the human condition. Here is a selection of his best work.
Jie Ma is a Chinese digital artist based in Shanghai. His work is mainly inspired by architecture. In his series entitled “Scintilla”, Jie confronts humans with big buildings. A way to reposition the little man in his vast and infinite environment.
Klusters is a Hungarian electronic music band based in Budapest. For the release of their album concept Olbers’ Paradox, artists have achieved a surreal image gallery which combines photography and illustration. The collection is to discover in the rest of the article.
Thomas Ehretsmann is a French illustrator who mainly works with editorial projects such as The New Yorker, Rolling Stones or Elle. The artist develops a drawing halfway between classical illustration and Norwegian painting. Here is a selection of his commissioned work in 2014.
PEZ is an illustrator based in Nantes, France. In his notebook, the artist draws dramatic urban sceneries mixed with street-art and pop culture influences. Find out more in the gallery.
White Mountain is an on-going series of posters of Greek Gods by Franca and Malta. According to them, these gods are not absolute, but rather human in their desires and aspirations. Even though their myths are thousands of years old, they remain timeless to us. Check out Zeus, Icarus, Prometheus, Aphrodite, Persephone and Theseus in a dark, sleek contemporary version.
Will Haywood is a talented graphic illustrator based in London. The artist develops a unique geometric style to which he adds a subtle textures that give a lot of depth to his drawings.
The artist based in Michigan, Pat Perry, has spent his 2014 traveling across the united states. From New England to Arkansas through Texas, Pat religiously record his thoughts and observations in a sketchbook and here are a selection.
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.
Artist Jenni Sparks has illustrated this incredibly detailed map of the french capital. From an arrondissement to another, from street to street, this graphic map illustrate the cultural treasures and secrets of paris, to discover during holidays or daily. More 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
Artist Carter Asmann interprets coffee marks let on his white sheets of paper with very detailed pencil drawings. The brownish and circular mark of coffee is then a motorcycle, bicycle or car’s wheel. A selection of Carter’s illustrations are to discover in the following.
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.