Mali’s extraordinary legacy of textile arts, with its vibrant colors and complex graphic statements will be presented in an exhibition entitled “Rhythm and Hues: Cloth and Culture of Mali” at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art in San Francisco from February 5-May 2, 2010.
Elle Muliarchyk is a photographer and filmaker from NYC. Her recent project “Begotten,” a book project that looks to reinvent religious icons as Pop Icons.
The people over at WhiteWhiteBrownTwig, the collective work of artist and photographer Emma Parry, and graphic artist Joel Galvin, are pumping out some pretty cool artwork. If your in need of some refreshing work check them out.
Giulia Santo Padre is an graphic designer from Italy. His typography work is definately something to look at.
Jasper Goodall is an illustrator and artist from Brighton, England. His work has encompassed many areas from music, fashion, advertising, publishing and Editorial. In addition to his creative output he teaches on the illustration degree course at the University of Brighton in the UK.One glance and his work will be forever be burned in your mind.
Dave Collinson is an artist fresh out of the Australia. His illustrations and motion work are some of the coolest I’ve seen bar far (and he’s only 22.)
Tae Querney is a New York City artist whose unique illustration style brings the content to life with texture and color. Check out her website for more beautiful illustrations.
Fawn Fruits is an illustrator, fine artist and art instructor at Otis College of Art and Design. His illustrations are so unique and beautiful they are hard to ignore.