Delicate, sexy, raunchy, pure, dark, modern, classic, evil and kind. As I go through the portfolio of the once child prodigy from Russia Vania Zouravliov many words come to mind to describe each illustration, but no matter how many different possibilities I might encounter there is one word that applies to all of them: breathtaking.
French graphic designer Maloo makes some really awesome illustrations. I’m sure she’s got a name. But research and me. Not best of friends. Just like hard work. I don’t even think I spelled her show name right. Anyways. Maloo makes really thin pictorials of everyday and not so everyday things in a swanky, classy twisted way. It’s the kind of thing you’ll see around the walls of some 60′s inspired high class, sophisticated apartment in Malibu, Manhattan and…uhhh….Montreal (cough, cough). So check out her stuff after the jump. I’m telling you it won’t disappoint. It’ll make you wanna pick up a Martini and play that awkward, melancholy upbeat jazz. So uh, don’t look at this at work. Or around people. [ Continue Reading ]
La Boca for those of you who don’t know. Means mouth in Italian. But this has nothing to do with that. These guys are a bunch of very popular illustrators. Maybe you heard of them already. Maybe not. I know I haven’t. They specialize in designs for film, music, fashion and a little something called curiously awesome. I think it’s what Atari would feel like if it were acid. So swallow these down. They’ll give you a pretty good buzz. Bringing you to a place where all you can see is a 1950′s sci-fi robot. Holding a big myriad-colour name. I think it reads “Retrocolour-tronic.” And you’ll see strange objects float all around you. Behind a velvet black backdrop.
Kervin W. Brisseaux a digital illustrator from New York with a nonstop craving for Apple Juice… That is pretty much the information I was able to dig up on this talented artist. Searching for his name on the web leads to little personal information and a lot of impressive creative examples. See more after the break…