American artist Elsa Mora creates paper artworks for books covers, magazines’ pages and for her personal exhibitions. She manipulates paper with talent. Her paper sculptures are cut carefully and gather sometimes 3D effects. A selection of her work is available to discover her enchanting and flowered universe.
Performed by Le Duo for IDEAT magazine, these illustrations represent three major themes: furniture design made by top designers such as Hans Wegner and Charles Ray Eames, famous monuments from different cities such as New York, Sydney, London and finally, the types of families from cities such as Paris, Berlin and Milan.
Based in San Francisco, designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam has created a series of visuals that represent iconic costumes worn by characters from famous films, and also various equipment used for special jobs as mountain climber. The goal is to recognize movies like “Back to the Future” and “Ghostbusters” through different outfits shown.
After her series “A Tribute to Budgie” Anna Keville Joyce introduces us to his new creations entitled “Eastern Europe”, this series of four food illustrations represent European cities such as Prague, Budapest, Bucharest and Warsaw. Great and delicious creations to discover in the article.
Since the beginning of the World Cup, Havas Paris imagined for the City of Architecture, an original campaign with one word : “A bit of culture during the World Cup.” Every day a match is announced by illustrations of iconic monuments of countries competing : minimalist images and words to architectural and football references.
Creative agency Leo Burnett France has imagined a campaign of very original illustrations for the car brand Jeep. An elephant, a deer and a girafe are represented and by reversing the drawing, we see a penguin, a peacock and a seal appear. The whole on the slogan : “See whatever you want to see”.
Formerly known as graffiti artist, El Grio is a talented painter who creates representations of trivial objects. The combination of a range of earthy colors and minimalist style is the feature that makes its works extraordinary indisputable. Each figure is unique in its color and shape.
Ainoa is a shopping center located in the western part of Greater Helsinki. Characterized by a visual identity and graphic design for the interior, each space is working to create a complete harmony. Various signage elements: logos, illustrations, icons and arrows, flow through the mall.