David Olenick has mastered the art of the witty one liner and paired it with punchy, simple designs and charming characters. He will continuously have you laughing out loud at the silliness of the real world.
Bustling compositions rich with pattern and funny little characters are a staple in the work of Barcelona-based illustrator, Diego Marmolejo.
Taking a look at just a small selection of Diego’s work, it’s obvious that he has a love of colour and decoration.
In the cheerfully colourful illustrations by Laura Callaghan, sumptuous patterns are placed edge to edge with one another. This creates a rich look thick with details to pour over.
When Laura creates her work, she really gives her viewers a treat. Every inch is full of bright, decorative elements, from the counter top of a diner to an unassuming vase or curtain in the background.
Originally from South Korea, Sue studied art and is now based in New York. She cites the time during her studies when she was able to learn about screen printing as being the spark that started her now continuing love of working with printing.
Dynamic figurative drawing, beautiful textures and a strong narrative are all things you can expect to find in the illustration by Miko Maciaszek.
Looking at the studies in his sketchbooks, you can tell that Miko is interested in the figure and finding an expressive way to describe it. It really shows in his illustrations, in the interesting poses and compositions he comes up with.
Levi Jacobs invites us to enter a world of neon colours and seductive mischief, opening the doors to ‘Planet Tropicana’.
This personal illustrated world, full of playful nymphs and mischievous fauna, is the landscape where he stages his work.
Here’s some character-fuelled fun in the form of illustrations and street art from Ilse Weisfelt. Below are some examples of her editorial and book illustrations, as well as some of the murals she has created with her sometimes collaborator, Joren Joshua.