In-House’s Playful Boldness

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Typographic Illustration by In-House International

With an audacious flair for illustration, typography, and animation, In-House’s distinct boldness stems from their joyful use of colour, crisp lines, and geometric shapes.

Abbey Lossing’s Stylish Simplicity

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Illustration by Abbey Lossing

Always optimistic, Abbey Lossing’s personality is reflected in her work through her happy and content characters, who are often found celebrating life’s simple moments or working together to support those around them. See her work here!

The Stylistic Illustration of Llew Mejia

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Llew Mejia’s bright and busy illustrations overflow with flora and fauna. Nearly psychedelic in their brilliance, his highly-detailed scenes both vibrate and sooth, reminding us of traditional Mexican embroidery.

Illustrating Concepts with Raymond Biesinger

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Artwork by Raymond Biesinger

Raymond Biesinger is a master of mid-century inspired illustration. His work is a complex deployment of physical things, electronic means, and flat geometry, brought together to create compelling and detailed images of contemporary issues.

The Vintage Style of Nicola Kloosterman

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Collage artwork by Papirmass artist Nicola Kloosterman

Meet Nicola Kloosterman, an analog collage artist from the Netherlands who wields scissors and glue to cut her way across a range of vintage and contemporary fashion magazines, found paper, and textile samples.

Through the Lens of Lauren Tepfer

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Papirmass Artist Photographer Lauren Tepfer

Lauren Tepfer’s atmospheric photographs focus on suburbia, capturing nostalgia moments and lending a decidedly intense flare to an otherwise banal landscape. They are proof positive that held in the right hands, a camera has the power to transform, rather than merely record, its surroundings.

The Vibrant Vintage Art of Boyoun Kim

Kirsten McCreaONLINE ART GALLERY

Boyoun Kim is a Korean illustrator currently based in New York City whose images consistently feel drawn from the past, but carry a contemporary vibrance. We love her pairing of vintage tones and old printmaking effects with modern subject matter, and we’re sure you will too.

Jp King: March Artist

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Artist Jp King

Jp King is a transdisciplinary media artist, whose art practice spans material culture, social engagement, contemporary mythology, masculinity and speculative … Read More