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Juan Carlos Federico

The illustrator Juan Carlos Federico has a brilliant portfolio, filled with very cute children’s books illustrations, editorial, monsters, and his very creative series Restatos and Sumanes. The series, which look like collages, always make me smile. And if that wasn’t … Continue reading

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Maurizio Savini

The Italian artist Maurizio Savini makes amazing sculptures with fibreglass and pink chewing gum. Mario Codognato wrote about his work: The sensual act of chewing, the voluptuous warmth of rebelling saliva, the artificial and secretly aseptic fragrance which spreads from … Continue reading

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Miss Tigri

Miss Tigri is a talented French painter, illustrator and designer. Her fabulous paintings of languid women have influences of Art Nouveau artists, like Alfons Mucha and Gustav Klimt, expressionist painter Egon Schiele, French comics illustrators, Milo Manara, stylists, Tim Burton … Continue reading

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Sven Brasch

The Danish artist Sven Brasch (1886-1970) created some of the best posters of the period 1910-1940 The site presents few examples, 17 only, of his art works for Hollywood movie posters, posters for events, magazine and book covers, ads from … Continue reading

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Joy Ang

Joy Ang is a Canadian multi-artist: illustrator, photographer and designer. On her portfolio there are few, but lovely, whimsical illustrations, sketchbook images, design projects, and photos. She also started a blog with craft projects, the crafty joy, with images of … Continue reading

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Recycled Words

Will Ashford searches for interesting discarded old books. Then he explores each page of the book hunting for words. That’s just part of the process of his artwok Recycled Words: At some unpredictable point along the way, in my mind, … Continue reading

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Steve Scott

The London based animation director and illustrator Steve Scott has a marvellous work. He started directing animated promos in the late 90s, creating clips for many bands, including Silverchair, New Zealand’s Salmonella Dub and his own band, Telemetry Orchestra. His … Continue reading

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Kokomoo

Kokomoo presents the great work of the Chinese artist Yan Wei. Graduated in Graphic Design at Tsing Hua University in Beijing, she worked with illustration, storyboarding, drawing and painting of cartoon characters, and now working as a freelancer. Among her … Continue reading

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Ben Newman

The Bristol based illustrator Ben Newman makes cheerful illustrations, which he describes as “radically fuzzy felt bauhaus-folk illustration”. His childhood was heavily influenced by superheroes, the Beano and rope swings. By the way, from 15th September to October 14th 2007 … Continue reading

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Christopher Conte

Christopher Conte sculptures of skulls, spiders and other insects combine his love for sculpture, medical-science, and biomechanics. His sculptures are created using carbon-fiber, bronze, resin, stainless steel, titanium, aluminium, and even parts of a vintage Singer sewing attachment. Related posts: … Continue reading

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