Marialaura Fedi

It’s her love of nature, Italian Renaissance painters, and fashion trends that...

Quiet, Please

Over the past year, Thibaud Poirier has traveled all across Europe to capture 25...

Queens

Inspired by the stately manner in which Kehinde Wiley portrays his young, contemporary African American subjects, artist Jess Phoenix just recently completed her own series of portraitures entitled Queens. Four women of color are each cloaked in…

Tiny, Happy People

Things have only gotten better since we last featured illustrator Joanne Ho‘s series of people, seen far off in the distance, swimming. Like, basking-in-the-sun-life-is-so-good kinda swimming. The New Zealand based artist’s latest series exudes more confidence…

Flower Flashes

Lewis Miller has become New York City’s flower bandit. The flower designer,...

Isabelle Feliu

It was the exaggerated proportions of the female figure that first drew...

Animal Doodles

Indian illustrator and wildlife enthusiast Rohan Sharad Dahotre gives nature’s most majestic animals the ultimate amount of panache using fine black and white doodles. Ornate tribal ensembles bring charisma to each of these creatures, like a mischievous hyena…

Impossible Geometry

What seems like a digitally superimposed graphic over a photograph is actually an optical illusion. Artist and photographer Fanette Guilloud is able to create these real life illusions by using a technique called anamorphic projection, similar…

Warren King’s Cardboard Sculptures

Sculptor Warren King has been recreating residents of a small village in China, where his grandparents grew up, for several years now. I should mention that his only mediums are old cardboard moving boxes and glue.…

Bijou Karman

There’s an awkward cool factor to Bijou Karman‘s illustrated subjects that is undeniably alluring. Elongated figures, exaggerated with disproportionate features like big ears and freckles, are perfectly styled in Gucci, Miu Miu, Marni, Proenza Schouler and other…

Oamul Lu

There’s an innocent and simple quality to Chinese illustrator Oamul Lu‘s work. I love his animated GIFs, which come to life with just the slighted and most subtle movements. If only I can spend a day…

Art History, The Lego Way

At three and a half, Quincy is really getting into Legos. They were never an integral part of my childhood, so this is all new territory as I’m navigating my way through the vast world…

Bird Postage

Colombian based artist Diana Beltran Herrera has been constructing the exotic bird sculptures,...