Illustration

Chineasy

Chineasy

Chineasy, a creative approach to learning languages. London based, Taipei born ShaoLan has created a fantastic learning tool for people who want to learn Chinese as a language (people like me!!). Chinese characters are as beautiful as they are complex making them fantastically wonderful to gaze at. But! Stare at it all day long and […]

In Which Mariusz Tarkawian Predicts The Future Of Contemporary Art

In Which Mariusz Tarkawian Predicts The Future Of Contemporary Art

I’m sure that, like writers, artists are not immune to creative block. For renowned artists especially, the pressure to come up with something innovative that keeps pace with the fresh onslaught of new contemporaries graduating every year is no mean feat. If reading the runic social media stones and riding the cultural zeitgeist proves too […]

Answers on a Postcard: Mr Bingo’s First Class Hate Mail

Answers on a Postcard: Mr Bingo’s First Class Hate Mail

  Congratulations! You’re Awesome! Good Luck With Your New Job! Happy Anniversary Baby! Greetings cards – get a grip. This is the age of austerity, unemployment and broken dreams, and the card industry needs to reflect that. It’s (probably) a fact that sales for cards relating gainful employment to some kind of congratulatory sentiment have […]

Charlotte Langstroth

Charlotte Langstroth

My articles from Pinso have been a little lacking recently but all with good reason; I’ve just completed my final University project and have set up for an exhibition. So I guess there is no better time than the present to introduce you to my work. For the past few years I’ve studied Textile Design […]

Piia Põdersalu

Piia Põdersalu

Cultural influence is everywhere in the work of illustrator and surface pattern designer Piia Põdersalu. Born in Estonia and currently residing and designing in Israel, Piia states of her passion to fulfil her purpose as an artist by experiencing different cultures and this is very apparent in her body of work. Where cultural influence varies […]

Alive Without Breath by Keng Lye

Alive Without Breath by Keng Lye

It is a piece of art but you might mistake it for a cruel dish or a misplaced pet if you’d find it on a dinner table. Keng Lye’s work merges sculpture with painting as he creates hyper-realistic  small scale under-water creatures. Keng Lye, Singapore based artist, creates these unbelievably realistic paintings by painting on […]

Typography Love

Typography Love

Chris Labrooy typography designer, illustrator and art directer has created these amazing funky font graphics. Below, Tours of the Future a commission by AT&T was produced by Labrooy, his undertakings were the concept, the modelling and the rendering. Tours of the Future looks great with the giant bubble writing being rendered into the facade of a building with glass and concrete – I […]

Clarissa Paiva

Clarissa Paiva

Welcome to the wonderfully feminine world of Clarissa Paiva, an illustrator from Brazil. Her experience within fine and art and fashion combine together to bring us these vogue-like whimsical drawings. Her delicate doll-like drawings are both stylish and whimsical, illustrative in a emotive manner, exhibiting inspiration from beauty and fashion whilst being intertwined with the […]

Hand Drawn Creative

Hand Drawn Creative

Neal McCullough of the Hand Drawn Creative produces these fantastic almost vintage styled illustrations. The attractive bold colourful illustrated prints look awesome. McCullough started the Hand Drawn Creative in 2008 after spending 10 years working in Graphic Design and Advertising. If you remember 2008 was a tough old time and lost of people lost their […]

Johanna Basford – Wonderbeasts

Johanna Basford – Wonderbeasts

Details from Edinburgh Fringe Festival There is no better time than the present to write about Wonderbeasts, a new interactive drawing project by Aberdeen based illustrator and self-proclaimed ‘ink evangelist’ Johanna Basford. Johanna creates delicate, hand crafted drawings exclusively in black and white that feature tiny details with main inspirations from flora and fauna, usually […]

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