Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Beata Boucht

Illustrations by Stockholm-based, Beata Boucht.

Dan Funderburgh

Dan Funderburgh is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, artist, and wallpaper designer whose creations are rooted in the world of decorative arts. Dan was born in Seattle and reared in the Midwest, receiving a BFA from the University of Kansas with a focus in illustration. Dan's personal and gallery work includes letterpress and screen prints, sculptures and installations that play off of historical ornamentation. Revealing an acute appreciation for both the baroque and utilitarian, Dan's work often combines the language of ornament with objects that surround us. 


Yoko Furusho

YOKO FURUSHO is a Japanese artist/illustrator based in New York. She was born in Tokyo and moved to New York to study illustration at the School of Visual Arts. After her graduation, she started to work as a professional illustrator/artist. She likes to draw details, textures and patterns with ink and acrylics. Her world is full of imaginary monsters, weird animals, and funny landscape. Now she is working as an illustrator for various magazines and newspapers. 


Thursday, 18 October 2012

Prada's parallel universes

Prada parallel universes is an exercise that grows out of the drive to experiment with, and to match, new communications media and prada’s semiotics; to be consistent with the present without nostalgia.
This dreamlike yet virtual story was entrusted to the Armenian born illustrator Vahram Muratyan. Through his adopted city of Paris, Vahram recently came into the limelight for his newly published book paris vs new york, a work of art which compares the two great cities with graphic signs exploring their different similarities.