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.
Frank Plant has a slightly ironic last name to be working with steel. What is interesting about his work is that Frank also incorporates cheap plastic flowers, sponge and flock. I enjoyed looking at the detail of the above piece to see how the plastic flowers were incorporated. Check out the detail and more of his work after the jump.
Flavio Melchiorre is an Italian illustrator and designer. After 10 years of designing for fashion and advertising, Flavio has developed his own personal style. Some of his works are packed with color and lean towards the psychedelic side of life. Crazy patterns grace the backgrounds of Flavio’s world. His colors are rich, but some of my favorite pieces of his are the black and white works. Take a look at the basket of fun waiting for you after the jump.
Adrianne Techasith’s work brings on a smile! This Los Angeles based photographer combines the small with the big, the real with the pretend, to prompt narratives that only an imagination could tell… or re-tell.
Artist Daniaelle Simonsen plays with a unique process; this Los Angeles local combines her love of sewing and drawing with the ephemeral material of the magazine to create unique works, delicate yet fierce, that exist as individual art pieces and as usable art. You can also catch up with Daniaelle’s latest news via her blog.