The Italian illustrator and architect Federico Babina this time decided to focus on the topic of mental illnesses. In this new series titled Archiatric, he indeed uses houses with voluntarily simple outlines to put shapes on these sometimes blurry troubles. A project full of imagination, as he has now got used to.
Super Freak ( aka Dan Whitehouse ) is an emerging illustrator based in Birmingham who draws their inspiration from Pop Art, surrealism and people. As a result of this, Super Freak has developed a wacky style that focuses on bright colour palettes, jelly-fied objects and uncomfortably strange-looking characters. Step into his weird and wonderful world of illustration and you’ll become lost amongst the liquid foolery.
Michal Sobel is designer from Czechia and not from Checyna ( as he ironically pointed out ). He illustrates cool shit for people that care about space, future, science and fiction as he does. You can watch more works here.
Distinctive and so obviously the work of Dan Woodger, these colourful and playful character-based illustrations will put a smile on your face. With a rounded, plump style and a cute cheekiness, the University of Brighton graduate has caught the attention of Google, Pepsi, The New York Times and GQ so far. A freelance illustrator, animator and icon designer based in London, Dan works across a range of different platforms and mediums, and happens to specialise in emoji and icon design – some recent examples which we’ve shared here. Discover more at www.danwoodger.com or follow Dan on Instagram @danwoodger.
With artistic talents spanning illustration, digital art, design, and advertising, Singapore-based creative Elen Winata has an eclectic portfolio “held together by simple but thought provoking ideas.” For her recent project, Stamp : Cities, Winata has created a collection of playful postage stamp posters based on popular destinations around the world.
Featuring clean lines, simplistic forms, and bold colors, the stamps offer an illustrated look at a range of cultural sites. Each design features an iconic landmark—including New York City’s Empire State Building and London’s Tower Bridge—or other identifiable setting—like a boulangerie in Paris or a cozy cabin in Reykjavík—from the selected city. In addition to this clever scenery, the stamps also incorporate quirky and fitting figures, from King Kong to Mary Poppins.
With the concept and artistic direction of Dorothy and the drawing of the illustrator Malik Thomas have created these two precious posters. One with the legendary Macintosh 128k and another with the Minimoog, the world’s first portable (and affordable) synthesizer. The great thing about Malik’s drawing is to be able to see the “magic” that we always knew was inside these mythical machines and before could not be represented.