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Week 37
Saqman

Angel Saquero (Saqman) is a self-taught illustrator born and based in Spain. Having been a comic book devourer since an early age, his style has been influenced by 70’s and 80’s comic books as well as by countless sci-fi movies, animes and pop culture in general. Having put aside a career as a mathematician, he began his journey on the world of professional illustration back in 2014. What started like just a hobby, eventually turned him into one of the most prolific artists of the moment in the t-shirt world. About the offered art Angel said: „ALICE IN WONDERLAND and especially ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS are two of my favorite books ever. I love the Lewis Carroll world, with all its nonsense and absurd although magical rules. That is why I inmediately established a connection between Alice and Chihiro, as they were parallel characters in parallel worlds.“

Saqman - Wonderlands
Saqman - Wonderlands


Week 36
Ken Hensly

Ken Hensly is a Cebu based artist from the Phillipines. His main source of influence comes from old comics, cartoons, animations and street design. Currently he is working as an illustrator for a design and web development agency. He also owns his own clothing line and designs album covers und merchandise for international bands. He has exhibited his art mostly on online platforms garnering a multitude of viewers and buyers for his designs. Ken has always been fascinated by the sea and the galaxy, so his piece „Deep sea space“ is inspired by the wonders of outerspace and the incredible beauty of the deep sea.

 

 

Ken Hensly - Deep Sea Space
Ken Hensly - Deep Sea Space


Week 35
Vladimir Stankovic

Vladimir Stankovic is a Serbian illustrator/graphic designer based in Denmark. His work is inspired by nature,  fantasy and all sorts of mysterious subjects – often combining both traditional and digital media. He was involved in numerous design and illustration projects and has exhibited his work in various publications and galleries

worldwide. This is the third version of the fourth illustration created as part of a series titled Catastrophe depicting a possible disastrous scenario. It was done with color markers and colored pencils and was digitally processed afterwards.

 

 

Vladimir Stankovic - Catastrophe III
Vladimir Stankovic - Catastrophe III


Week 34
Vidam

Vidam, a Berlin-based artist and illustrator. As part of the graffiti and street art crew THE WEIRD he loves traveling around the globe and painting walls with his friends. „Vidam“ is an Hungarian word and means „joyful“ and „happy“. As is his work: a bright and vibrant style with bold characters and funny and sometimes thoughtful messages. As part of the illustration collective PEACHBEACH he also loves creating funny and complex illustrations for international clients and painting canvases.

 

Vidam - Theory of bass
Vidam - Theory of bass


Sebastian Schager (born 1984) has enrolled at the Unversity of Vienna to study the history of the arts after having graduated from a college for graphic and communications design in 2007. The same year he founded PERFEKT

WORLD with his partners. Next to his artistic and commercial work within the group and further on as a solo artist he focuses on curating and running a gallery: www.janarnoldgallery.com and the related artist-in-residence program #streetartpassage at Viennese MuseumsQuartier. 

 

Sebastian Schager - Jesus!
Sebastian Schager - Jesus!


Winston Chmielinski (b. 1988, USA) is a visual artist based in Berlin, Germany. His paintings explore the tension and drift between inner and outer experience, placing at the heart of his practice a philosophy of integration. Incongruous parts and fragmented traces make playful conversation on canvas, life-affirming in their organic constitutions of figurative and phenomenological parts. Each work comes together, in effect, like a very small Big Bang. For Chmielinski, a painting can suspend itself out of its own materiality into something felt and lived.

Winston Chmielinski - when we sleep
Winston Chmielinski - when we sleep


Week 31
Mariery Young

Mariery Young is a Panamanian illustrator living in the UK. Her work has been featured by some of the world’s largest brands, in private galleries, in design items created by Mezclao Studio (her own design studio) and in magazines like Time Out London, USA Today, Huffington Post and Wallpaper magazine. Mariery is in love with tropical patterns with thought put into them. These patterns are based on post-tropical ideas of color combination, texture, and motifs from Central America without being bound by tradition too much. These elements stem from nature, the colors of the urban environment in Panama and European design philosophy. 

Mariery Young - Tangerine Parrots
Mariery Young - Tangerine Parrots


Week 30
Tracie Ching

Tracie Ching is an illustrator and graphic designer living and working in Washington, DC. A self-taught digital artist, Tracie specializes in portraiture featuring complex, graphic line work with a limited palette - a tendency-turned-style after years of working in the medium of silkscreen prints. While commissioned for a wide range of projects including commercial athletic apparel, editorial illustration, and gallery work, Tracie Ching is best known for her alternative movie posters. Her 'Crayon Ponyfish' is inspired by Wes Anderson's 'The Life Aquatic'.

Tracie Ching - Crayon Ponyfish
Tracie Ching - Crayon Ponyfish


Week 29
Eric Tiedt

Eric grew up in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg and lived there eversince. After his graduation he enrolled in "Berlin Kunsthochschule Weißensee" for a bachelors degree in graphic-design. Meanwhile he started freelancing for a number of clients such as musicians, agencies or he got offers to make artworks for several events. Currently he studies animation at "Filmuniversitaet Konrad Wolf".

 

„My artwork is very detail oriented and often evolves without any prior sketches. I therefore value the process at least as much as the finished results. It allows me to enter an almost meditational state of mind in which I can fully indulge into the development of the work. I draw my inspiration from the music I listen to and nature itself. I developed my interest in the fields of animation out of a curiosity for the diversity it offers, such writing, directing and acting."

Eric Tiedt - Tom Waits
Eric Tiedt - Tom Waits


Week 28
Matt Needle

Matt is a freelance designer and illustrator based in Cardiff, UK.

His work focuses on pop culture mainly working on design for film, tv and music, recently working for Marvel, Fox and Disney. The offered piece is part of a loose ongoing series of abstracted pop culture icons that he is currently working on. It is inspired by the upcoming Batman v Superman movie.

Matt Needle - Batman V Superman
Matt Needle - Batman V Superman


Week 27
James Gilleard

Illustrator and animator born and raised in Yorkshire, United Kingdom, and currently residing in Japan while working worldwide.  James loves old cartoons - 1950s animation, vintage film posters, pulp comics, past future predictions, birds, dinosaurs, robots, 1960s cars and loads of other rubbish. He has been working on many varied briefs as an illustrator and animator, including a book for Disney based on their Haunted Mansion ride, environment design for animated feature film, background design for tv animation, editorial illustration, e-books, games, concept design for virtual reality and many more. James often exhibits his works in pop culture galleries such as Gallery 1988, Gallery Nucleus, Iam8BIT amongst others. His artwork is inspired mainly by 1950s/60s animation from tv or film, aswell as pulp film posters and the general 1960s aesthetic. 

James Gilleard  - Bubble Buddy
James Gilleard - Bubble Buddy


Week 26
Dániel Taylor 

Dániel Taylor (aka One Man Workshop) is a self-taught Hungarian graphic designer specialized in watercolor paintings and double exposures based in Budapest. Coming from an artistic family, Taylor’s influences include Dan LuVisi, Anthony Jones, Agnes Cecile (Silvia Pelissero). His art "Dissolve Me" is kind of a double exposure image where he merged smoke and a woman and painted parts where he thought it was necessary.

Dániel Taylor  - Dissolve Me
Dániel Taylor - Dissolve Me


Week 25
Dylan Goldberger

Dylan Goldberger is an illustrator and printmaker based in Brooklyn, NY.  He received his BFA in communication design at Pratt Institute, where he was first introduced to relief printmaking. He instantly fell in love with the look of woodcuts and the amount of detail, texture, and patterning you can create with a single chisel. When he is not making art, he is out exploring the streets of NYC via skateboard. His work has been used for several brands of skateboard graphics, editorials, marketing, children's books, apparel, and album covers. Dylan just recently released a children’s book titled “See Spot Shred”, about skateboarding dogs, and he used broken skateboards to write out “the end” on the final page. He came to the conclusion it would be fun to illustrate the full alphabet using broken boards. The original image was created from a 19 inch x 12.5 inch linoleum block print. 

Dylan Goldberger - Broken Board ABC
Dylan Goldberger - Broken Board ABC


Week 24
Ekiem

Ekiem is a French artist and graphic designer born near the Parisian suburbs. At an early stage in his career he developed a keen interest in creative visuals. His style revolves around simplicity, stemming from clear and molded lines, mixing bold colours, repeated patterns and often using type processing. He is constantly searching for new visual combinations and works with a vast array of materials. His work is published through screen prints, t-shirts, stickers and original artworks. Ekiem is a versatile and hard-working visual artist exhibiting his work as often as possible. 

Ekiem - No Mosquitoes
Ekiem - No Mosquitoes


Week 23
Syrk

Syrk is a graffiti and street-art artist from Poitiers, France. He is a self-taught artist who also paints trompe l'oeil murals (with brushes and rollers) as a professional since over 12 years. In his paintings he focuses on animals in morbid childish scenes. And in his illustrations you`ll often find a good dose of humor. His preferred material is canvas. He takes his inspiration from animal photos and comics. 

Syrk- Drink Syrk
Syrk- Drink Syrk


Week 22
Fonzy Nils

Fonzy Nils is an italian illustrator, visual artist and a big dreamer based in London. He works with shapes and colours to communicate through evocative images. After the graduation in architecture he started his personal journey into the wide fields of illustration. His favourites are strange characters in surreal pop style situations. Colorful and playful. Fonzy Nils thinks that illustration will not save the world but it can make the world a better place. 

Fonzy Nils - Let's Cook
Fonzy Nils - Let's Cook


London based photographer Rupert Vandervell has always been obsessed with clean lines and the geometrical appearance of things. There is little ornamentation in his pictures, decoration comes from the play of light, shadow, form and texture. The offered photo „Sleepwalker“ is taken from a series which is an exploration of the city, its urban spaces and the human presence within it. The street. A place where all are equal but all are there for different reasons.

Rupert Vandervell - Sleepwalker
Rupert Vandervell - Sleepwalker


Week 20
Carole Bielicki

Carole is a french painter, living in Bordeaux. She participated in exhibitions in France, Germany, Spain, Chile, United States. Her own sensitive and colorful universe in her paintings reflect her attachment to nature - the animal world, the great outdoors and the related concerns: ecology, extinction of species and the interaction between man and nature. In the center of this universe there is the female figure: Malice, naive and manipulative. She evokes the essential link with the elements, complicated relationship with modern life.  If Carole's eye on our society is sometimes confused or sad, fancy colored irony of her paintings represents the opposite view.

Carole Bielicki - Bath Rats
Carole Bielicki - Bath Rats


Week 19
Haku

Mariana Villanueva (a.k.a. “Haku” ) is a well known young Mexican artist who, after pursuing a degree in fine arts, at one point started working with the artist and graphic novelist Edgar Clement who helped her reinforcing and formalizing her knowledge in illustration. For visual inspiration Mariana uses nature, life, death and popular Mexican and pre-hispanic culture, which is directly connected to death. Her characters are called “Bastards” and represent the mystery and constant uncertainty that the omnipresence of death provokes. The bastard in “Triumph Of Life” expresses the connection between your identity and awaking to life through reason; thus, reaching a full spiritual, intellectual and emotional balance.

Haku - Triumph Of Life
Haku - Triumph Of Life


Week 18
Roberto Blefari

Roberto Hikimi Blefari is an illustrator based in Turin, Italy. He spends his time working on a variety of illustrative projects in publishing, advertising, motion and new media. His approach to illustration and visual storytelling is simple and tactful with mostly bold graphics. With his drawings he gets to the light-hearted essence of his subjects by using essential lines, soft shapes and light colors. Roberto manages to draw illustrations which work for children as well as for adults. 

Roberto Blefari - Child-Wood
Roberto Blefari - Child-Wood


Week 17
Mr. Woodland

Daniel Westermeier is Mr. Woodland. Graffiti since 1993. But also inspired by classical painting. In his mid-thirties. Married. Started drawing in the very early ages. Studied graphic design. Later became a freelance artist and is now an owner of a creative office in Munich with main focus on graphics, webdesign and for sure: urban art. Main focus of his freelance work lies on character and fine art. He uses brush, rollerpaint and cans and loves to go big as possible. Empty walls anyone?

Mr. Woodland - Never Stop Dreamin'
Mr. Woodland - Never Stop Dreamin'


Week 16
Andrew DeGraff

Andrew DeGraff is a freelance illustrator and artist living and working in Sausalito, CA. He graduated from Pratt Institute's Communications Design program with a focus in Illustration in 2001. Andrew has worked as an illustrator for clients such as Esquire, The New York Times and Sports Illustrated. He started teaching illustration from 2009 – 2014. His gallery work has been shown in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Honolulu, Calgary and Mexico City.  The "Paths of"-series is an ongoing series of hand painted gouache on paper paintings that follow the characters of a film throughout the entire movie. It's an effort to encapsulate an entire film in one image relying on the distinct settings, design, and narrative structure rather than the characters or the actors who play them.

Andrew DeGraff - Paths Of Empire
Andrew DeGraff - Paths Of Empire


Week 15
Andrew DeGraff

Andrew DeGraff is a freelance illustrator and artist living and working in Sausalito, CA. He graduated from Pratt Institute's Communications Design program with a focus in Illustration in 2001. Andrew has worked as an illustrator for clients such as Esquire, The New York Times and Sports Illustrated. He started teaching illustration from 2009 – 2014. His gallery work has been shown in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Honolulu, Calgary and Mexico City.  The "Paths of"-series is an ongoing series of hand painted gouache on paper paintings that follow the characters of a film throughout the entire movie. It's an effort to encapsulate an entire film in one image relying on the distinct settings, design, and narrative structure rather than the characters or the actors who play them.

Andrew DeGraff - Paths Of Hope
Andrew DeGraff - Paths Of Hope


Week 14
Mark Hyland

41 years old Mark Hyland was born in Dublin, Ireland but has been living in Perth, Australia for the last 13 years. He has been drawing and creating digital graphic art since an early age. Something which he misplaced for a while, but the passion to create and design had been re-ignited thanks to inspiration found through social media and relative sites like Pinterest, Behance etc. In „A New Hope“ he wanted to strip the familiar art of Star Wars and the relative movies down to its minimalistic roots. 

Mark Hyland - A New Hope
Mark Hyland - A New Hope


Week 13
Andrew DeGraff

Andrew DeGraff is a freelance illustrator and artist living and working in Sausalito, CA. He graduated from Pratt Institute's Communications Design program with a focus in Illustration in 2001. Andrew has worked as an illustrator for clients such as Esquire, The New York Times and Sports Illustrated. He started teaching illustration from 2009 – 2014. His gallery work has been shown in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Honolulu, Calgary and Mexico City.  The "Paths of"-series is an ongoing series of hand painted gouache on paper paintings that follow the characters of a film throughout the entire movie. It's an effort to encapsulate an entire film in one image relying on the distinct settings, design, and narrative structure rather than the characters or the actors who play them.

Andrew DeGraff - Paths Of Return
Andrew DeGraff - Paths Of Return


Week 12
Lina Migic

Lina Migic is an artist from Croatia where she graduated in graphic art and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts – currently she lives in Berlin. Wether it is illustration, painting, bodypainting or tattooing – in all of them she tries to reach our unconscious nature and confront the reality of the inaccessibility of the body interior, question the reality and make the mortality of flesh more palpable. Lina mostly works on direct strong portraits with hard freestyle linework and strong graphic contrasts, surrounded by expressive handwritten typography.

Lina Migic - Eclectic Girl
Lina Migic - Eclectic Girl


Award-winning artist Alexandra Gallagher was born 1980, Lancashire, England.
Exhibiting and selling internationally, including the world renowned Saatchi Gallery in London. Alexandra Gallagher's work celebrates the surreal and bizarre. Between the realms of memory, dreams and experience, often telling a story of inner imagination and thought.
"I take influence from everything around me - like every artist. Fashion, design, other artists, music, culture, society etc. Everything I see, hear and talk about. It all influences what I do. From a short abstract conversations with a strangers, to memories I have as an individual... we all have a story to tell, something interesting that is unique to all of us, as an individual.”

Alexandra Gallagher - In The Light Of My Eye
Alexandra Gallagher - In The Light Of My Eye


Daniela Milosevic, born 1979, is an Berlin artist, who graduated in Fine Arts at Academy of Fine Arts Hamburg (class of Prof. Werner Büttner) in 2010. Milosevic devoted her work to abstract painting, which is both, intrudingly naive and hyper self-aware of the symbolic formular of language. "Brato" is taken from her latest series of paintings "Kill Your Darlings". According to her, the painting is a cheerful, yet mischievous homage to Keith Haring and Duncan Grant. An embrace of rough lightness and figurative moment at once. 

Daniela Milosevic - Brato
Daniela Milosevic - Brato


Week 9
Marion Kamper

Marion Kamper is a designer and illustrator currently living in Graz, Austria. She is finishing her master studies in communication design at the University of Applied Sciences where she got to experiment in various fields such as typography, web, editorial, 3D and visual communication. Doing freelance work since 2013, she found her passions in creating strong print design and expressive illustrations in distinctive techniques.

Marion Kamper - Geometric Gorilla
Marion Kamper - Geometric Gorilla


Week 8
Lisa Meinen

The awareness of the inevitable finiteness of life is central to this work. Starting from Francesca Woodman and Sylvia Plath Lisa was working on her series „Skizzen -The Day I Died“ with unstable states. As poetic research they don't address tangible sensations and study their representability. She is interested in the question of whether and how impermanence can be aestheticized. „The Bell Jar“ is one of the pieces in this series.

Lisa Meinen - The Bell Jar
Lisa Meinen - The Bell Jar


Week 7
Orble

Magdalena initially learned stone sculpting and later studied design with a focus on digital art. Now she creates dreamy acrylic paintings of crazy characters in her bath tub and does street art with paste ups and aerosols. In her illustrations she mixes up digital and analogue media. Her brand Orble, which is also her pseudonym in street art, contains the selling of art prints, t-shirts and accessories. During the last ten years she created the universe of a science fiction story based on her dream diaries. Every character in it is inspired by important people and defining happenings in her life. "Seeds of havoc" was one of the first ones for this project.

Orble - Seeds of Havoc
Orble - Seeds of Havoc


Nynne Rosenvinge is a Danish brand made by Copenhagen based artist and designer Nynne Rosenvinge. She designs interior products which are all produced in Denmark and she also makes illustrations and paintings which are characterised by being quite minimalistic, often non-figurative and contemporary. She integrates elements from her paintings into her illustrations (and vice versa) creating a unique and personal expression. You will find her products in the finest design shops worldwide and her work has been mentioned in several interior magazines and design blogs. Nynne`s piece "Graphic Attitude" was exclusively made for Limited Posters!

Nynne Rosenvinge - Graphic Attitude
Nynne Rosenvinge - Graphic Attitude


Week 5
Eri Aikawa

Eri Aikawa was born in 1993 in Yokohama, Japan. As a fine artist based in Japan she specializes in traditional media such as oils, watercolours, acrylics, coloured pencils and others. She started painting in the middle of college and mostly focuses on fetishes. Her works are both innocent and erotic. Each subject emits an attractive yet disturbing feel. She’s more into figurative paintings on emotional state that is surrounded with the halo of sublime and melancholia. Her works are predominantly influenced by the East Asian culture and the West which creates chemistry in both cultures making it distinctive and elegant.

Eri Aikawa - Cherry Piasu
Eri Aikawa - Cherry Piasu


Born in 1975, Squizzato began a full-time painting career in 2013, after fifteen years of creative direction in the digital advertising industry. He reached the limits of the system – inventiveness for brands – to finally feel the urgency of his own creation and realize a vital need to free his imagination. Most of his works depict a dual society of networks and loneliness, the transfiguration of identity through screens and devices. "Redressement Productif" is part of a four oil paintings series done in 2014. These artworks deal with the idea of duality, at a time Squizzato decided to quit his job of entrepreneur in digital media to be a full time painter.

Antony Squizzato - Redressement
Antony Squizzato - Redressement


Week 3
JoJoesArt

Jonas Jödicke, aka JoJoesArt, is a digital and watercolor freelance artist from Berlin. He was born in 1994 and started to grow a solid internet fanbase when he began to upload some of his works to social media platforms in 2009. He loves to portrait dream-like and surreal creatures and sceneries. His art makes the viewers dive into different worlds and so does Jonas whenever he picks up a brush and starts to paint. His featured print "Fading" pays homage to the endangered species of tigers.

JoJoesArt - Fading
JoJoesArt - Fading


Week 2
Charbak Dipta

Charbak was born in Bongaon, a small town in West Bengal, India. He completed his B.A. (with honours in Philosophy) and M.A. in Philosophy and Diploma in Film Studies from Jadavpur University,Kolkata. Charbak has been drawing since his very childhood. From his college days he started taking drawing seriously. He started working as a cartoonist in the Kolkata branch of The Times of India, the largest read newspaper in India. Later he worked for various other publications and other media. In 2013 he moved to New Delhi to become a full time illustrator and cartoonist. Currently he is doing freelance art for comics, books and various other medias. 

Charbak Dipta - The Future Past
Charbak Dipta - The Future Past


Week 1

Nikita Kaun

"His style is a mixture of predominantly black and white realistically rendered forms falling into a dreamlike darkness with minimal pops of color." - Juxtapoz
''...Nikita's works are almost hypnotic, if only for their surrealism. Looking at his illustrations is like peeking into a dream right as the dream-image begins to morph into its still-shapeless reiteration...'' - Parallel Planets
''Gruing gothic, gorgeously occult, lines heavy, feeling worn; color limited and bracing when employed, Nikita Kaun’s grainy darks break to soft spells that seem to promise a new and special kind of light.''

Nikita Kaun - Changeling
Nikita Kaun - Changeling