Category: Graphism

Bruno Vergauwen

TO TOUCH SOMEBODY PERSONALLY Bruno Vergauwen’s art is haunting and surreally gorgeous. His images beckon a part of the psyche that has long been forgotten or out of touch. Looking through Bruno’s catalogue implores the observer to attempt to create something – the work literally tells us to “explore life, try creating something to really […]

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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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NIARK1 a.k.a. Sebastien Feraut

CRAZY AND WEIRD CREATURES Wolf-like hybrids or oversized insects against saturated backdrops brimming with colour. As NIARK1 – a.k.a. Sebastien Feraut – explains, this is “a kind of surrealist universe with crazy and weird creatures.” The artist cites a range of influences from 80s horror through to Francis Bacon, from constructivism to David Lynch. His […]

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José David Morales

FROM HUMOR TO SADNESS José David Morales, a Spanish illustrator and graphic designer, creates dreamy, fluid images with people at the center. Created with digital tools and colored pencils, his pieces evoke everything from humor to sadness and frustration. “I am in love with hot weather, textures, electric guitars, sensual pencil traces, and human figures”, […]

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Axel Rangel Garciá

SURREAL AND FLEETING DREAMS Axel Rangel García is an Illustrator based in Mexico City. He collaborated since 2005 in various publications and for several publishers in Mexico and internationally such as: Columbia Journalism Review, Politico Europe, New Era, Forbes Mexico, Macmillan, Arab News, Point Five Design among others. [Source: Behance] Discover more about Axel Rangel […]

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Aysha Miah-Edwards

CAPTURING AN EXACT EXPRESSION Aysha Miah-Edwards is a British illustrator specialising in portrait drawings. Using pencils, markers, a little bit of photoshop and occasionally some words. “In the day, I work unassumingly in publishing, but my passion lies in illustration. Give me my sketchbook and a plethora of pens and I’m very content! I’ve always […]

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