Cleon Peterson is an LA based artist whose work displays chaotic and violent figures fighting one another.
Vintage-style illustrated book cover designs.
Colourful, happy, playful illustrations – with a healthy dose of despair.
Delve into his artistic musings; from Jurassic Park to renaissance paintings, religion and mythology.
The Black Panthers had a strong visual aesthetic, drawing on the injustice of the time to create a powerful stand physically and through the art of the day.
These beautiful embroidered portraits were created by Malaysian-born artist Sheena Liam.
From the overtly political to teenage heartthrobs – it’s all been done. Each country has applied it’s own identity on their school books and it’s great to see.
These illustrations are pretty wild, this is the work of Anthony Eslick.
A collection of the bright and vibrant work of Supermundane!
A lovely animated advert for BOSE created by Niceshit and Jelly London.
Vancouver based illustrator with an upbeat and whimsical style.
The Lyon based illustrator’s work may seem chaotic or erratic, but that’s the beauty of it.
I’m loving these illustrations by Elliot Snowman. Despite a huge following on Instagram, refreshingly not much is know about the artist.
Sophia Prieto’s illustration style is mesmerising, her work is heavily restricted giving it a strong visual identity.
From biblical scenes to Apple’s secret police Vandenbroucke leaves no stone unturned.
Take a look into Hiller Goodspeed’s mind, it’s strangely familiar.
A Creative Studio based in Brooklyn, led by Dan Cassaro and Dan Christofferson.
His unmistakable style draws you in, but there’s far more to his work than that.
Illustrator of Moonhead Studios based in london.