03 Mar 2011
If you like the AMC television series Mad Men, you should definitely check out the book “Mad Men: The Illustrated World” by Dyna Moe. The book offers charming vector style artworks inspired by the world of Don Draper: 60’s office culture, advertising people, events, food, drinks, fashion and beauty trends.
19 Mar 2010
French graphic designer, illustrator and typography artist Short merges the humor of cartoons with urban coolness. His appealing “street style meets vector art” has an aura of Dadaist hipness and subcultural prestige. Short ingeniously mixes eighties & nineties colors and shapes; old & nu school hip hop elements and eye-catching slogans.
16 Mar 2010
Deriving his inspiration from music, fashion & lifestyle universes, Riga based illustrator Sergio Laskin aka Studio 43 invites the viewer into poppy settings full of glitz, grunge and glamour. His sexy girls are easily recognizable as 70s candy darlings, ‘80s pop princesses and 90s riot grrrls.
01 Feb 2010
Vix Graphix, a Shanghai based designer, loves to push his work into new areas. This gives him the freedom to create new projects involving new ways of working. Specialized in character design, Vix Graphix’ artworks have tons of street attitude. Cool rules!
30 Jan 2010
Dutch duo LouLou & Tummie’s artworks are precious digital illustrations made with a computer, a Wacom and lots of love. They use simple shapes, poppy colors and some subtle gradients to create an imaginary, playful and poetic universe. Inspired by vintage toys, futuristic toys and all things cute, their computers spit out super adorable graphics and characters that can be found in books, advertisements, magazines, on walls, interiors, shoes and t-shirts and as plush dolls and paper toys.