Posts Tagged with: illustration


Ho Ryon Lee: the overlaping sensuality

posted on July 25th 2013 in Arts & Drawing & Illustration & Inspiration & Photography with 0 Comments

Pull up your skirt because I want to fall in love. No, do not get me wrong, it’s not your body, it’s the way you do it. You shed shy, your movements are fearful, your hands are clumsy but eager to run that piece of cloth that covers you and now you’re in the way. Quiet, do not let fear dominate your desires. You look down and hide your face and try to cover your sensuality that feels like hot steam on my face. Pull up your skirt, and I will fall in love.

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The tortuous way to express what you are really thinking

posted on April 16th 2013 in Drawing & Illustration & Inspiration with 0 Comments

Expressing what you think in a language that is not your mother tongue creates sometimes leads to embarrassing situations. Sometimes, some words can lead to a completely different meaning to what you had in mind. This struggle between what one thinks and what one says is what the British language school wanted to communicate in a series of illustrated panels to promote English courses.

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Discovering illustrators & photographers through KUVVA

posted on January 23rd 2013 in Drawing & Illustration & Inspiration & Photography with 0 Comments

Choosing a wallpaper for our iOS device is not easy. If you want something original out of the typical default funds, we have to find something that fits perfectly on the screen of the iPhone or iPod Touch, but has enough resolution not to lose definition on the Retina display. To try to help us in this task we Kuvva, an iOS application that brings hundreds of wallpapers high quality of the best graphic designers in the world.

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Recipes by color, a creative way to cook

posted on January 15th 2013 in Drawing & Illustration with 0 Comments

The recipe is a very old format. Beyond improving in terms of accuracy or clarity, not too much has changed since immemorial times. However, in recent times some stoves illustrators or designers try to find new ways to tell a paper plate, getting us out of the routine of the photo, the ingredients and preparation.

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Pictograms, music, films & graphic design = Viktor Hertz

posted on December 11th 2012 in Drawing & Illustration with 0 Comments

In some parts of the world the concept graphic design is seen as a lot of elements interacting in an orderly and harmonious space, accompanied by a powerful and colorful text,’cause in many cases that’s what customers want. And for some customers it’s difficult to  understand that a clean, timely, direct and synthetic design can be better. This doesn’t mean that would be cheaper, it might be even more expensive ’cause achieving intelligent and convincing synthesis is not easy. This will end in a graphic design not charged for the amount of color used or the number of letters that are part of the notice, but for the conceptualization and ingenuity in the design of a graphic piece.

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Mixing punk, vintage culture of the 30s, Victorian style & European barocco with Ciou

posted on November 26th 2012 in Drawing & Illustration with 0 Comments

Ciou, born in Toulouse in 1981, succeeded to gain a relevant place in the world of contemporary pop art and lowbrow at a very young age. Suspended between dream and nightmare, her paintings consist of a base made of a collage of old papers, taken from old medical books, dictionaries, and nature manuals, where she uses acrylic and ink, creating her own personal mixed media.

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