Artist and illustrator Lulu Wolf has been doing some amazing things with vintage magazines, she’s incredibly restrained, often cutting away or adding only a few shapes to the original photographs, but her minimalism allows her to create fantasies while maintaining the charm of the vintage photos and illustrations.
Geoff McFetridge is a creator living in Los Angeles, California. He has his hand in many things, most recently the title sequence in Spike Jonze’s ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, and never seems to disappoint. At the moment, he has a skate company called The Solitary Arts, a wallpaper company called Pottok Prints, a design business called Champion Graphics, and does gallery/museum shows in his spare time. I’ve been following his work for years, and his work deserves every bit of recognition is receives. I can’t wait to see what his hand has in store for us next.
Photographer Jeremy Kohm has travelled & lived around the globe, honing his skills. He began his career as a surf photographer in Japan. Now based in Toronto, Jeremy works primarily as an editorial photographer and as an affiliate photographer for Fever Films. His images are clean, straight-forward and refreshingly minimalistic.
To get you excited about the release of Book 4, we’re giving you a sneak peak at the one of a kind hand-silkscreened original print that will be included in the issue. Friends and design studio Two Rabbits have been slaving away on a unique Exquisite Corpse themed mini-poster, featuring a collaboration between their artists.
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Marie Koetje‘s specialty appears to be finding beauty in chaos. Her paintings feature jumbled messes of trash and vegetation, and jagged landscapes. Her often dark scenes focus on spots of bright color, illuminated signs, and water reflecting light.
Phillip Toledano is a photographer in every sense of the word, with an oeuvre that speaks incredible amounts about his interest and character. After our post recently about Nick Minton, I realized we hadn’t posted Toledano’s beautiful series titled ‘Days with My Father‘, which is also an incredible book. The project follows Toledano’s time spent with his father, and is chronicled with heart-warming/breaking words that bring the whole series to life. Please, take a moment out of your day to experience this series.
Seoul native Eunjeong Yoo is an illustrator who now lives and works in New York City. In addition to Eunjeong’s strong conceptual approach, the quality I admire most in her work is her use of color; its placement has a haphazard feel and her palette choices both emphasize the narratives and instill a sense of in-the-moment movement.