Originally from Russia, Sasha Tugolukova moved to London to pursue a career in art and illustration. Certainly not one to shy away from mixed media, Tugolukova produces collage images of what seem to be cut-outs from fashion photography and melds them together to create a piece of style and grace all her own.
Chicago based illustrator and type designer Jesse Hora will make you smile with his delicate designs. Hora’s dainty line work and limited pallet lend his designs that warm, fuzzy feeling, while his humorous commentary maintains elements of surprise.
Visual artist Sonmi Heglund revisits pop-culture creatures of the past and presents many new characters and stories of her own, in an intricate and graphic illustrative style. Dracula, Jiminy-Cricket, and weeping eyes… oh my!
Andrew Groves, aka IMAKETHINGS, is a freelance illustrator creating graphics and characters that show the beauty of the natural world with a style of folklore.
Chris Dents‘ illustrations on architecture explore the modern metropolis. His unique pen style shows the energy of the city through intricate and detailed drawings.
Who says statistics can’t be fun? UK based illustrator Kotryna Zukauskaite brings paper to life to serve up statistics, with whimsy, in her new project titled “How to Play Statistics.”
Rob Flowers illustration and artwork takes you back to the circus days. His whimsical themes, and fantastic illustrations makes you feel like a kid again