In her exhibition, ‘Cat Island’, as a ‘Pick Me Up Selects’ artist for Pick Me Up earlier this year, Jessica Das took us to a place filled with pop-out colours and (of course) cats.
If you’ve recently been browsing the beer aisle and had your attention picked up by some particularly snazzy labels, you may have been looking at the designs of Alex Doherty.
Working as the current packaging designer for Partizan Brewing, Alec has created a range of great images for their bottles. Take a look below for an example and more of his work.
Berlin-based Israeli illustrator, Noa Snir has a penchant for figure-based scenes bustling with life. Her work often hosts a variety of quirky, curios characters, all fumbling around with their own strange goings on.
If you’ve spent any time watching Nickelodeon or Nick Jr. recently, you may have caught a glimpse of some of the short snippets featuring the illustrations of Andy J. Miller.
If not, it’s lucky for you that we have the joyful and wonderfully silly animations here for you to check out as well as more of his great work.
Jacckrit Anantakul is a Bangkok-based graphic designer and illustrator who has become known for his experimental typography and tongue-in-cheek imagery. The humour and multitude of bizarre characters in his work make a nice counterpoint to the clean, geometric aesthetic he uses.
Eero Lampinen’s work is populated with intriguing characters in curious settings. Apart from being pulled into these scenes by his effortless drawing style and distinctive colour schemes, he has a talent for drawing you in with his imaginative situations and subtle fantasy.
There’s a cinematic feel to the work by Oliver Raw. He has a talent for choosing interesting compositions and has the ability to inject atmosphere and emotion into his images.
It gives them a sense of being a frame from a film, expressively drawn in his thick-brushed painterly style.