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Elisa Mazzone Illustration

Elisa Mazzone Illustration

Category: Illustration,

Posted by: Meave
Posted: Nov 14th 2011
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I just stumbled upon the work of talented illustrator Elisa Mazzone. Such beautiful work I had to share. Check out her work HERE or see some of the stuff that inspires her HERE. ...
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Jason Munn

Jason Munn

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Michael Fairweather
Posted: Oct 24th 2011
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Lots could be said about Jason Munn's work but these are just simply elegant!...
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Alex Trochut

Alex Trochut

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Jakub Kuvik
Posted: Oct 17th 2011
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I love the work of Alex Trochut because of his ability to create new, interesting, elegant and brilliantly detailed typography. He's a freelancer is influenced by graffiti and artists like Dalí and Miró. Alex Trochut's motto is 'More is more'!...
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Johnny Kelly / Nexus Production

Johnny Kelly / Nexus Production

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Risa Tochigi
Posted: Oct 9th 2011
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I first saw 'The Seed' by Johnny Kelly in a book in class, but didn't jot down any info about it. Luckily, I stumbled across it again when I was looking for inspiration. The use of the mixed media between stop motion, paper crafted illustration and 2D illustration is so awesome and the creative process itself is just incredible. I love the contrast between the paper crafted illustration in colo...
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Good Wives and Warriors

Good Wives and Warriors

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Stephanie Nunez
Posted: Oct 12th 2011
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Becky Bolton and Louise Chappell illustrators and creative partners at Good Wives and Warriors (GWAW) in the London, UK chose to build upon previous works involving mandalas for the giant cut out bottle for Absolut’s Blank campaign. Its design is fun, colorful and joyful of life as it depicts flowers, birds. They’ve done work for Adidas, Swatch, MTV, Wired Magazine, Urban Outfitters, Maxim....
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Why Street Art Matters

Why Street Art Matters

Category: Architecture, Art, Colour, Illustration,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Oct 25th 2011
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Always an amazing resource for colour inspiration, the coolhunter has once again delivered. Some insightful commentary on the state of the concrete jungles many of us call home — and a case made for them not having to be so cold... "So here’s a challenge to you:...

Mario Hugo

Mario Hugo

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Barbora Dudova
Posted: Oct 9th 2011
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Mario Hugo specialises in direction, design and illustration. His portfolio definitely worth a visit. His precise illustration skill and elegant and minimalistic design show throughout his varied work for magazines, websites, typography, identity and personal projects. I believe he could be an inspiration to everybody....
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Peter Callesen paper works

Peter Callesen paper works

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Lucie Carpentier
Posted: Oct 8th 2011
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We might all remember those nice times as children when we would make nice pieces of art with a piece of paper, scissors and imagination... But this artist here goes further and creates 3D art, movement, life and stories out of a single A4 sheet... Very, very impressive!...
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Neal Whittington

Neal Whittington

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Nancy Lostracco
Posted: Oct 21st 2011
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Neal Whittington is a Designer/Illustrator based in London England. I love the work that he did for Porter Airlines, a Canadian based business airline. He designed Porters complete brand identity with my favourite being Mr.Porter the raccoon used throughout the advertising campaign (quite a fresh and fun approach for a stuffy business airline). Apart from this Neal Whittington's real passion...
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Darcel Disappoints

Darcel Disappoints

Category: Art, Blogs, Illustration,

Posted by: Ash
Posted: Oct 10th 2011
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I can't believe I haven't discovered this fantastic blog sooner! Darcel Disappoints is the semi-autobiographical illustrative blog by Aussie Craig Redman. His work speaks for itself, quick go now and look! ...