Oska is a graphic designer and illustrator from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has developed an original style of surreal-futuristic compositions
Yumi Kitagishi is a Tokyo-based illustrator known for her striking harmony of colors, hand-drawn style, and imaginative characters, reminiscent of children’s picture books. One of her specialties is her creation of full, rich, miniature worlds.
Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats: with illustrations
Yang Se Eun is a South Korean illustrator, who started drawing cartoons from the early age of 4. She is best known for her lovely, sensual couple illustrations, drawn in Photoshop. “I do all of my drawings with Photoshop.
Star Wars Illustrations by Bev Johnson Inspired by ‘The Force Awakens’ and ‘The Last Jedi’, LA-based visual development artist and
The monograph “Van Cleef & Arpels: The Art & Science of Gems” beautifully portrays the jewellery house’s century-long legacy of elegance and exceptional craftsmanship through thematic organization and rich imagery.
Frida Kahlo’s “Self Portrait with Monkeys” uses masterful color juxtaposition to convey emotion, story, and depth. Rich hues, stark contrasts, and intentional placement direct viewers’ gaze, encapsulating narrative and demonstrating color theory proficiency.
Georgia O’Keeffe’s “Oriental Poppies” encapsulates her floral fascination, featuring myopic views of blooms, bold shapes, rich textures, and striking colours. The abstract interpretation invites deeper audience engagement, reflecting on overlooked everyday beauty.
Gustav Klimt, renowned for his luminescent and thematic paintings, remains significant due to his focus on universal themes. TASCHEN’s Basic Art Series offers an immersive exploration into Klimt’s life, themes, and lavish art style.
Gustav Klimt, a late 19th and early 20th-century symbolist painter, integrated art and design, pushing aesthetic boundaries. His ornate, symbolic work continues to inspire diverse design fields, including textiles, interiors, and furniture.