Joel Burden

Posted by Fabio 9 August 2019

A selection of work by British graphic artist and illustrator, Joel Burden. read more

Kanako Hatsuya – Mountain Bear Bears Mountain

Posted by Fabio 8 August 2019

Mountain Bear Bears Mountain is a series of illustrations by Tokyo-based Japanrese artist, Kanako Hatsuya. read more

Zack Rosebrugh

Posted by Fabio 5 August 2019

A selection of work by Los Angeles based artist and illustrator, Zack Rosebrugh. read more

Paul Farrell

Posted by Fabio 2 August 2019

Paul Farrell is a graphic artist, illustrator and printmaker based in Newport. His bold, graphic style is inspired by shape and colour and an interest in graphic arts and nature. He is the author of Great Britain in Colour published by Boxtree, an imprint of PanMacmillan. read more

Elin Svensson

Posted by Fabio 17 July 2019

A selection of work by Stockholm-based Illustrator and Designer, Elin Svensson. With a multidisciplinary approach, Elin strives to create playful and functional work that aims for both the head and the heart. read more

Inés Maestre

Posted by Fabio 12 July 2019

Inés Maestre is an illustrator and digital painter currently living and working between London and Madrid. After her studies in fashion and pattern design at the IED in Madrid, Inés started to work for brands such as Pull & Bear, Mira Mikati and Andrea Crews. Her work is often based on scenes and situations read more

Sofia Pashaei – Family Bond

Posted by Fabio 14 June 2019

Sofia Pashaei is a multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker, with a focus in stylised graphical imagery and experimental non-linear narratives. Family Bond is a surrealistic tale about the relationship between a child and its mother. Following the family from birth to adulthood. read more

Kristina Suvorova

Posted by Fabio 28 May 2019

Working under the ideology of ‘the little things matter the most’ Frankfurt based illustrator and Art Director Kristina Suvorova channels her love of nature, curiosity, solitude and hidden beauty into her abstract artworks, hiding big stories in the smallest of details, you just have to look a little closer. read more