Istanbul-born, NYC-based illustrator, Gizem Vural takes us to intriguing little enclaves of pattern and colour in her illustrations.
The advertising industry’s need to fuel the continuous flow of creative work is something that had begun to leave Jonathan Bréchignac dissatisfied. As one of those working behind the scenes to keep it moving, he found himself wanting for the time to create something with a longer shelf life.
Grand Neue have launched the Grand Kind Haiyan Print Auction, which has brought together leading illustrators and designers to help raise funds to help those affected by Typhoon Haiyan. Proceeds will go to the Disaster Emergency Committee in support of their current relief efforts in the Philippines.
Vedran Mîsíc started creating these beautifully enchanting and psychedelic illustrations after an inspirational year spent living in Beunos Aires, which rekindled his love for art.
The colours used are the intense polar opposite to his equally interesting ongoing series of black and white drawings made while commuting on the New York subway.
We’re really enjoying the morphing shapes and mix of bright and mellow colours in this 5-colour risograph print by Gabe Gonzales. The nature of the printing technique overlays the separate colours to create unique hues.
Angles, bricks and silence resound within these landscapes and townscapes by Lu Green. Lu has a knack for great compositions, impressing us with the playful framing and interesting cropping used.
Lu, aka Sveta Shendrik is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Russia who describes herself as someone who loves to draw and loves coffee.
The gruesome and the mysterious are finely inked together in Helen Vine’s black and white illustrations. In designs reminiscent of woodblock prints or decorative mural art, geisha with spiked limbs stare back with hollowed-out eyes.