The line work in Geoffrey Chadsey’s beautifully rendered watercolor pencil drawings look like topographical map lines that explore every bump, fold, and bend in the figure.
Andreas Kocks’ work might look like boiling tar splattered on gallery walls but it is in fact meticulously cut paper covered with layers of graphite.
The French really do design the heck out of home goods! Moustache is another French design firm designing some of the most exciting new chairs and home items around. And like any new artist they reference the important works that came before them enough to seem familiar, while adding their own touch to make it feel brand new. And using a Versaille’s-like setting for their campaign? Pretty brilliant.
Indonesian pixel pusher Agan Harahap’s photographs that juxtapose images of super heroes into vintage wartime historical photographs are down right amazing! These images are so well made that I’m starting to really believe that batman was a commie!
Angela Bacon Kidwell’s photographs come from her long obsession of exploring how her subconscious generates dreams. She uses a variety of props and constructed sets to create images of what a waking dream might look like.
As you may or may not be aware, we recently released our latest book titled Future Perfect into the wild. Today we’re proud to present to you guys the video flip through of book 6. This is especially useful if you’ve yet to order the book, as it allows you to take a glimpse into your near future. And as you can see in the preview above, the Beautiful/Decay book series is 164 pages of rich imagery and ad-free articles. Support your fellow artists and the publication that champions the underdog. Purchase your copy of Beautiful/Decay Book 6 today!
Andrew Clark’s illustrations have a beautiful vintage feel to them. I’m not positive about this but I believe most are made with colored pencils which give them a slightly faded quality that is brilliant in a world of neon colors and digital pixels.