Ruben Ireland is a London-based illustrator that uses a fusion of traditional and digital imaging techniques to create spectacular and mysterious portraits.
Australian born and NYC-based, Kid Zoom is a street artist that has been endorsed as a “Rembrandt with a spray can.”
Nathan Sawaya is a New York-based artist who creates awe-inspiring works out of some of the most unlikely things: LEGOs. With a collection of over 1.5million bricks in his studio, Nathan has now become the envy of every child ever.
AMOSE is an exceptional artist from Lille, France whose work exhibits a beautiful exploration and artistic exploitation of the human form.
Nikki Rosato is an incredibly talented graduate student studying the Fine Arts at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. While Nikki has a diverse portfolio of work including etching, illustration, installation, and painting, she is best known for her work with an odd medium: discarded road maps.
Edward McGowan (and his alter-ego Parko Polo) is/are a fantastic illustrator/illustrators from Edinburgh, UK. With completely separate porfolio/portfolios of work/works, this is one of our most unusual feature/features ever.
Currently working out of London, Gerry Judah is a visionary artist and sculptor with a penchant for large-scale design installations.
In addition to his collaborative venture with John Pobojewski, Tinne Van Loon and Rick Valicenti of Thirst, Bud Rodecker is a self-described “graphic designer, photographer, artist, thinker, talker, and jokester”.
According to their website, the Couto Brothers’ collaborative venture is “the culmination of the creative energies of two distinctly different individuals who share not only common blood, but a common drive for artistic exploration and excellence”. The yin to the other’s yang, the Couto duo fuses their individual styles into collateral that is at once eclectic and harmonious.
Bill Brown is a designer and project-based artist who currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts.
Currently working out of Toronto, Ontario, John Martz is a talented illustrator, typographer, and “world-famous escape artist”.
A self-described “drawist and illustrationaire”, Owen Freeman is an illustrator for both print and advertising in Los Angeles, CA.
Greg Tariff is an interactive and graphic designer from western Massachusetts that is currently living in Hilton Head, SC. Trained in Graphic and Interactive Communications at the Ringling College of Art and Design (RCAD), Greg is an extraordinary talent with an impressive list of employers including Draft FCB, GREY Worldwide, and BFG Communications.
These Are Things was established in 2009 as a collaborative design effort specializing in “design and illustration with a cartographic twist”.
Neil Warburton is a versatile talent that has exceptional portfolio work in the fields of graphic design, branding/identity, web design, illustration, sculpture, and photography.
A native of Medford, Oregon, Mark Ryden was trained in the fine arts at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. He currently runs an extremely successful studio out of Los Angeles and boasts an extensive collection of “trinkets, statues, skeletons, books, paintings and antique toys.”
Ty Wilkins’ graphic design work is eloquent in its simplicity, profound in its execution, and often utilizes highly geometric forms in modern mosaic arrangements.
Now residing in Copenhagen, Denmark, Adam (aka DEADVOLT, ASH, and/or ADAMSKI) has exceptional skill in the fields of drawing, painting, illustration, animation, design, print, and construction.
A Rust Belt native and a graduate of the Kent State University, Zak Kruszynski has established himself one of the top graphic designers in the Midwest as evidenced by his incredible work in the categories of print design, illustration, environmental design, branding/identity, and “assemblage”.
Established by Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen, Snarkitecture has been lighting up the design scene with their innovative and thoughtful art and architectural installations.