MMmade have just released three new posters, available for purchase on their site. The posters, called “Order/Disorder,” represent the spaces between order and disorder, as the title implies. MMmade has a good mix of both commercial and self-initiated works, which you can view on their website. Check out more pictures of their poster series after the jump.
Timothy Hunt, illustrator & graphic designer, works under the name Fickle Fate! His posters - the majority of his work – is reminiscent of mid-twentieth century Polish poster design; simple yet poignant to the subjects or narratives they represent.
Freelance illustrator Sam Brester pulls humor into social commentary, and sometimes criticism with his work, which is cut even more effectively through his odd perspectives and quirky characters. His illustrations can be found accompanying many a newspaper article both in the states and abroad. His personal project Hand of Man Publishing should not be missed… particularly if you’re in the market to purchase, publish, or peruse some zines.
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.
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.
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.
Anna Garforth is a graphic designer and illustrator working from London. Her inspiration from the “plant life that pushes and grows its way through all the cracks in the concrete,” has led to some amazing works including plant life and moss.
Chris Dents‘ illustrations on architecture explore the modern metropolis. His unique pen style shows the energy of the city through intricate and detailed drawings.