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Atypical by Pawel Nolbert

Atypical by Pawel Nolbert
“ Atypical ”is a series of typographical posters made by designer Pawel Nolbert . This series exploring form and rhythm of letters or pseudo-letters presented as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative sculptures. The artworks were built from an elaborate artistic painterly gestures into expressive arrangements – extending the aesthetic characteristic of typography.   » read more

“PoP Uber Alles” by Orticanoodles

“PoP Uber Alles” by Orticanoodles
Orticanoodles is the pseudonym of two italian artists from Milan (IT). Wally and Alita in their laboratory, situated in the Ortica district in Milan, work with stencil technique to create drawings, handmade posters and paste up. In their graffiti the faces of “celebrities” are stripped to the bone in a... » read more

Stunning typography works by Like Minded Studio

Stunning typography works by Like Minded Studio
Like Minded Studio / LMS™ is a Sydney based design studio with a range clients such as: Bazmark, Warner Bros, Lexus, RVCA, Nike, Stussy, Zoo York, MTV, Absolut Vodka, and Coca-Cola to name a few. » read more

Bad to the Bonez by Rhys Cooper

Bad to the Bonez by Rhys Cooper
Rhys Cooper is a illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. For many years, Cooper lived a double life between as fashion designer by day and as a sketcher by night. Suddenly he discovered the world of gig posters and his name started to spread around into the music world. He worked... » read more

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics. Happy Halloween! » read more

Movies and TV series’ posters by Ale Giorgini

Movies and TV series' posters by Ale Giorgini
The most famous artworks by italian illustrator Ale Giorgini are based on cult movies (Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Lost in Translation, The Blues brothers…) and TV series (like Breaking Bad, The big bang theory, Dexter, Games of Thrones). His remakes of famous movie posters are immediately recognizable because Ale’s style is totally... » read more

Movie posters by Tyler Stout

Movie posters by Tyler Stout
Tyler Stout is a 30-something illustrator / poster designer / toy maker from Washington State. His most famous production is the movie posters series, featuring classic cult movies from the late 70s to nowadays, such as The thing, Big trouble in Little China, the original Star Wars trilogy and almost... » read more

Daniel Danger’s illustrations

Daniel Danger's illustrations
Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England. He runs Tiny Media Empire, a production and design company based out of Boston, MA. » read more

Richey Beckett’s illustrations

Richey Beckett's illustrations
“I’m an illustrator based in South Wales, UK. I work in pen and ink and predominantly in the realm of music related design projects – such as record artwork, shirt designs and poster art.” Richey Beckett » read more

Springfield viewed by Tim Doyle

Springfield viewed by Tim Doyle
Tim Doyle is an illustrator / print maker / former comics books store owner / nerd living in Austin, Texas. In this series of prints, from his collection named “Unreal estate”, an homage to the Simpsons’ hometown Springfield. » read more
                                   
                       
           

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