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The Art of Pat Perry

Published by Daniel Nelson 6 days ago.

Detroit-based artist/illustrator Pat Perry creates these surreal, incredibly intricate pieces of art every single day. Through cautious observation this traveling artist portrays the world as he sees it, always meticulously illustrated in his own unique style. For more of his spectacular art, I recommend checking out his portfolio as well as on Instagram & Facebook.

mikko
Articles, Featured Studio/Designer

Breathtaking Photography by Mikko Lagerstedt

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 weeks ago.

Mikko Lagerstedt is a fellow Scandinavian and a self-taught fine art photographer that have been shooting since 2008. He loves to capture the simplistic Finnish landscapes in an atmospheric way, often when natural light is scarce and slower shutter speeds are necessary. Over his eight years of shooting Mikko have grown a massive following with...

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Articles, Featured Studio/Designer

Poster Illustrations by Jonathan Burton

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 weeks ago.

Jonathan Burton is an award-winning British illustrator based in Bordeaux France, know for his original style that often combines a vintage feel with a more modern touch. Jonathan have worked with some really big name clients like TIME Magazine, The New York Times, BBC and Penguin Books. But in today’s feature we will be focusing...

dzo-art
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Incredible Illustrations by DZO

Published by Daniel Nelson 3 weeks ago.

Self-taught illustrator and designer DZO is a French artist that have become known for his intricate monochromatic art that often contains occult, religious and mythological elements. With just the use of a couple of pens and pencils he manages to, literally, create illustrations that are out of this world.

drew-Struzan
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The Work of Movie Poster Legend Drew Struzan

Published by Daniel Nelson 4 weeks ago.

If you’re a frequent visitor of the site you probably know that I have a thing for movie posters. And nowadays there’s sooo many talented illustrators out there, pushing out both official and unofficial work of all the big movies that come out. But things haven’t always been that way. Back when I was growing...

james-jean
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The Art of James Jean

Published by Daniel Nelson 1 month ago.

James Jean is an amazing Taiwanese/American visual artist that graduated from New York City’s School of Visual Arts back in 2001. His critically acclaimed illustration and fine art career has led him to create covers for various books published by DC Comics as well as collaborations with Prada, ESPN, Atlantic Records and Linkin Park.

nychos
Articles, Featured Studio/Designer

Exploded-view Illustrations by Nychos

Published by Daniel Nelson 1 month ago.

Austrian street artist and illustrator Nychos has a deep fascination with anatomy. Something that really comes across in his work which primarily consists of incredibly detailed cross-sections of both real and fictional beings. ” “Blending themes of morbid corporeality with the colorful, hyper-loony aesthetic descended from comics and cartoons, Nychos has developed a unique style...

tyler-deeb
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The work of Tyler Deeb

Published by Daniel Nelson 1 month ago.

Tyler Deeb is a self taught designer from Louisville, Kentucky, and owner of Misc. Goods Co. – A small company which produces a line of really beautiful products, all meticulously designed by Mr. Deeb himself. For a small glimpse into Tyler’s workday and to hear some of his thoughts about life as a designer, I...

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Articles, Featured Studio/Designer

Grunge Typography by David Carson

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 months ago.

The last couple of years there’s been a lot of talk whether if going to design school is worth the investment or not. Some say that you can learn pretty much everything online these days, while others claim that by doing so you’ll most likely miss out on important theoretical topics like design theory and...

casey-weldon
Articles, Featured Studio/Designer

The Art of Casey Weldon

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 months ago.

Today’s featured artist is Seattle based painter/illustrator Casey Weldon. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to dig up much info about Casey so I’m just going to let his art speak for itself. But looking at his Instagram feed it kinda seems like he has a thing for cats, glowing/sparkling eyes and… Bill Murray…

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Lettered Quotes by Abed Azary

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 months ago.

Just like the good old times we’re back with a new type related post to kick off yet another creative week. I recently came across the great work of Indonesian designer Abed Azary who’s been pushing out spectacular lettering designs for quite some time now. And today we’re taking a closer look at some of...

simon-c-page
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Minimalistic & Geometric Illustrations by Simon C Page

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 months ago.

Simon C Page is a British self-taught graphic designer who’s mostly know for his minimalistic and geometric style. ” “I have a passion for minimalism and some of my favourite and most rewarding designs involves typography, geometry and science fiction (which you can see from my astronomy prints and the occasional movie posters I design)....

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The Art of Kim Byungkwan

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 months ago.

Kim Byungkwan is an award-winning artist based in Seoul, South Korea, creating these beautifully manic acrylic portraits of various women. Some being iconic Hollywood starlets such as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Linda Carter as Wonder Woman. Kim’s desire is to bring out the strangeness from familiarity and breaks up and defamiliarize the paintings with...

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Typographic Designs by Dan Gretta

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 months ago.

Dan Gretta is an award-winning designer located in the San Francisco area with a focus on branding and packaging. Dan specializes in consumer goods including wine, spirits, food, cosmetics and tobacco. You can check out more of Dan’s work on his profiles on Dribbble and Behance.

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Poster Designs by Alex Sullivan

Published by Daniel Nelson 2 months ago.

In today’s feature we’re taking a closer look at some of the beautiful posters created by British designer Alex Sullivan. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to dig up any information about Alex and his work, but you can see more of his designs on his website and Instagram.

marius
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Stunning Urban Photography by Marius Vieth

Published by Daniel Nelson 3 months ago.

German award-winning fine art photographer Marius Vieth spends most of his time traveling the world with his trusty Canon camera, shooting and documenting his true passion – street photography. ” “As a photographer you have a deep love for light, life and yourself. You know that the eyes of love aren’t blind, they are wide...

american-psycho
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Beautiful Illustrations by Tomasz Majewski

Published by Daniel Nelson 3 months ago.

We’re finally back after the relaunch of the site. There’s still lots of work that need to get done, but we’ll keep on pushing out new content as much as we can. First out on the new site is Tomasz Majewski who’s an independent illustrator and graphic designer based in the Polish capital, Warsaw, creating...

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Amazing Movie Illustrations by Dan Mumford

Published by Daniel Nelson 3 months ago.

Almost five years have past since we last did a feature of British illustrator Dan Mumford’s work. That’s of course way, waaay too long ago. And since our last feature Dan have certainly been a busy little bee, so there was heaps of spectacular illustrations to choose from. But I decided to theme today’s feature...

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The Art of Erik Jones

Published by Daniel Nelson 3 months ago.

Erik Jones’ work is vibrant and colorful, expressing a heightened sense of realism captured in his female subjects, juxtaposed with sporadic mark making and non-representational forms that could be said to mimic geometric high-end fashion. This effect is achieved by using multiple mediums such as watercolor, colored pencil, acrylic, water-soluble wax pastel and water-soluble oil...

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