A pretty twist on the heart, Ingrid’s art prints are fun and unique. No two are the same.
It’s been a while since our last Inspiration post so let’s get right to it. Let’s take a look at the re-animated beast known as Frankenstein in today’s Daily Design Inspiration Frankenstein Edition. Revamped, reinterpreted and most of all reanimated. by Funrama
Wendy Ding’s Welcome to Wonderland show is coming September 7th, 2010 to Come As You Are (a co-operative sex store in Toronto, Canada.) This is the first solo show by the Toronto illustrator, inspired by tasty treats, sexy pin-up girls and whimsical imagination.
Japanese artist D’Holbachie-Yoko’s artwork is like a frolick into Candy Land on an acid trip. Here are a few of her colorful monster paintings…
If you’ve never seen the art of R.S. Connett a.k.a. Vomitus Maximus, get ready to be tantalized by his work. The closest artist one can compare R.S. Connett’s artwork to is Swiss painter H.R. Giger. Both have styles that represent the vision of the future in dark and detailed ways, which includes the use of [...]
Eduardo Bertone worked as an art director for advertisement in Madrid before be coming a full-time artist and illustrator. His works have appeared in numerous books and magazines and group exhibitions in around the world. Like: Centre Pompidou in Paris, Shanghai Art Museum and Ivaliden1 Gallery in Berlin.
Illustrator and digital artist Simon Fernandes resides in Sao Palo, Brazil. He creates gorgeous fluid shapes in his designs. Check out some of his work…