Collage for Armando magazine by La-Loii aka Germany based -Argentine architect and visual artist Luisa Rodriguez Porcel
For his graduation thesis Turkish illustrator Murat Palta chose a witty and unexpected topic: “Classic movies in miniature Style” blending traditional Ottoman miniature portraiture style and motifs with themes from contemporary western cinema. The mix of traditional representation, ornamentation and perspectives with Hollywood tales is great!
Via Sunday’s Zaman
Colorful creatures from the Wounderland sequel by Indonesian illustrator and toy designer Arkiv Vilmansa
Selected projects by New York -based, Japanese -born illustrator Yuko Shimizu; first image the cover for Yukio Mishima’s book, Spring Snow.
Artist’s personal work previously feat. here.
Illustrations for various magazines, campaigns and personal projects, colour works by Hong Kong -born, New York based artist Victo Ngai
Inconspicuous from Auckland based designer and Illustrator Glenn Jones.
All images by German designer / illustrator Silke Baltruschat
Artworks on erotica, violence, and perversion by Japanese artist and mangaka Toshio Saeki.
Saeki has a unique method for adding color to his work: in collaboration with a print-maker he uses overlays, to create the exact colors he wants. He calls this method chinto printing — the picture is complete only after it has been printed- a modern version of the Ukiyo-E, a genre of Japanese woodcut prints.
An original color guide by Saeki, used by the printer per his instructions in the collaborative process of creating the actual print.
His work has received warnings from the Japanese government, though it has never been officially banned. Since Saeki’s page is of at the moment, scroll down for more (NSFW )
Artworks by American illustrator /artist Brendan Monroe
Australian illustrator James Gulliver Hancock jeopardizes accurate perspective , proportion and color to add a childlike, colorful and playful interpretation of buildings. The sketches are from his new book “All the Buildings in New York *That I’ve Drawn So Far” by Universe Publishing (Rizzoli). It would be so nice if the city was really looking like that!