Pedro Campiche (AKA.CORLEONE) is a graphic designer and illustrator from Portugal. His work includes illustration and type play. He is also the founder of OK! Collective, a platform for creative and artistic projects. At just 24 years of age, it’s definately impressive. Stop by his page and give him some positive feedback because his work is awesome.
Morgan Blair is an artist based out of Brooklyn, NY. Her paintings are a psychedelic mind trip with attitude. It’s an adventure just visiting her site. If you can get past the first page, it’s definitely worth checking out her other work!
MMmade have just released three new posters, available for purchase on their site. The posters, called “Order/Disorder,” represent the spaces between order and disorder, as the title implies. MMmade has a good mix of both commercial and self-initiated works, which you can view on their website. Check out more pictures of their poster series after the jump.
Felipe Goncalves draws silly doodles. Some are better than others, but his drawings have a charm of their own.
Enter the universe of Jonathan Beer. He paints surreal magic that explodes through your eyes into your subconcious realm. Jon creates “a cosmological system from the contents of [his] private mental universe – depicting mental processes constantly in transition; actions associated with cognition and memory. When working [he becomes] both cartographer and naturalist, exploring and documenting the dislocated, quasi-architectural planes of memory.”
Kyle Cook describes himself as “a whimsical boy of magical nature.” His photographs seem to mostly feature his friends and lovers (even down to showcasing a dirty stain on his boxers.) I like the youthful nature of his work.
Dylan Wooters is a photographer and writer from California, living in NYC. His photographs depict his encounters through the various cities he has lived or traveled to. Mr. Wooters has also followed the Bay area graffiti scene and taken numerous photos documenting his experience. Check out his Flick’r account, as well as his website, for more of his photos and writings.
Arielle Coupe creates work that feels as if it were a scene from an avant garde horror film. It’s always a good feeling to be creeped out and intrigued simultaneously.