Illustrator and artist James Christopher taps into his childish side, creating loose and dynamic collages. Read our interview with him here!
Abbey Lossing is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY. After graduating with a degree in illustration from Syracuse University, she … Read More
Tom Abbiss Smith is emerging as a master of contemporary abstraction. We love the way his bold and blocky compositions … Read More
Llew Mejia is an illustrator creating hand-drawn and digital artworks primarily for textiles and print. His bright and busy illustrations … Read More
Our next artist, Raymond Biesinger, likes concepts, making music, politics, Instagram, and 19th-century bird’s eye view panoramic maps. Since 2000, he has been deploying physical things, … Read More
Meet Nicola Kloosterman, an analog collage artist from the Netherlands who works with found imagery. Her subjects vary from fragmented female figures and faces to landscapes, the natural world and abstracts. Made with vintage paper and textiles, her collages explore (in)visibility, perception and feminine power.
Meet Santiago Paredes, a multidisciplinary artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina! Santiago works with a wide range of uncommon materials to create … Read More
The digital collages of Hungarian-born illustrator Anna Kövecses use minimal shapes to evoke a charming array of domestic scenes. Under … Read More
JP King is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, and writer currently living in Toronto. In 2012, he founded Paper Pusher, a … Read More
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