To celebrate his career, the museum of his hometown, Museen Freiburg offered a large exhibition of conceptual artist Peter Zimmermann .
London Based Illustrator Stuart Briers has worked as a freelance illustrator for over 20 years. He has created imagery for a diverse range of editorial, publishing and advertising clients across the UK and USA.
Helen Carnac is a maker, curator and academic who lives and works in London. Drawing, mark-making, the explicit connections between material, process and maker and an emphasis on deliberation and reflection are all central to her practice as a maker and thinker. An Internationally acclaimed enameller –
Through her work Japanese illustrator, Makoto Funatsu gives you a look at how she views the world. Colorful and with a soft touch of a brush, the oil paintings seem to portray the world as serene as you would like life often to be.
If you are into creepy crawlers, this one is for you. Artist Jennifer Angus is known for creating large-scale artworks that incorporate real insects as the focal point. Angus has devoted much of her time in southeast Asia, particularly in Thailand and Malaysia, where she has gathered thousands of insects to display in her art.
We’ve been a longtime fan of British illustrator Jasper Goodall, his iconic work influenced so many image makers and graphic designers. In his work ‘Mystics’ he designed these gorgeous African inspired masks
The son of two architects, Swedish artist Axel Brechensbauer, known as Axel, grew up in a neighborhood full of studious kids and a triangular foundation of computers, shapes and art.
Im loving the work of multidisciplinary Filipino based designer Dan Matutina. With his very own style, he has created, designed and illustrated, socially driven works for Wired (Italy), BBDO Guerrero, DDB Philippines, Rogue Magazine, McDonald’s, and Coca-Cola amongst others.
WATERLICHT is the dream landscape which explores the power and poetry of water. As a virtual flood, it visualizes how high the water could reach without human intervention and raises awareness around rising water levels caused by global warming.
Based on urban structures in Salt Lake City, the illustrations of an Utah-based graphic designer, Russ Gray, reflect local architecture. These are the modernist houses of nearby neighborhoods that he reinterprets with vibrant colors. “I have always loved the look of homes and buildings like these, and since I’ve been having fun …