Category: Animation

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Rafael Varona

A CHAOTIC LIFE, WITH A SENSE OF ORDER Some years ago, artist Rafael Varona caught the world’s attention with a series of animated GIFs that depicted magical worlds trapped inside tiny glass bottles. The success of the “Impossible Bottles” series led to a number of new illustration gigs, and Varona eventually moved from Berlin to […]

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Xaviera López

A PERSONNAL INNER JOURNEY Xaviera López is a Chilean Artist and Animator. She has stretched the limited possibilities of short format videos through meticulous hard work and visual flair, producing linear animations of simplified self-portraits inspired by her personal inner journey: “In my work, I show the process through which I figure things out, which […]

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Marie Debré Chapuis

WHIMSICAL SCENES Marie Debré Chapuis is a French illustrator and art director based in Paris. She specializes in fashion and beauty. She uses various techniques to create her nature-inspired illustrations, including ink, watercolor, gouache, pencil, as well as digital approaches. She also created a series of animated illustration featuring whimsical scenes. [Source: Atelier 22 / […]

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Soman

A LIGHT IN BLACK AND WHITE Soman is a freelance illustrator in the Republic of Korea: “The light that glitters and then disappear, light that bursts, and light that becomes cloudy. The light that remains in my memory is drawn in black and white.” [Source: Behance] Discover more about Soman on Behance ALL IMAGES © […]

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Vladan Nikolic

CARICATURES AND BLACK HUMOR Vladan Nikolić is a versatile creator. He shines as a cartoonist, illustrator, painter, animator and graphic designer. In his caricatures and illustrations, Nikolić discovers the truth about our contemporary society. He is a cool assessor of the situation and committed resistance fighter, but never crosses the line of lasciviousness, does not […]

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Julia Plath

ATMOSPHERIC SCENES Julia Plath: “Like most children, I did a lot of drawing, most of which were excerpts from everything I loved: fairy tales of fantasy animals and mermaids. I began to try to draw as realistically as possible. I describe my style as dreamily melancholy, atmospheric scenes. As nostalgically reflected aesthetics. I often try […]

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