Graphic designer Catrin Welz-Stein draws inspiration from fantasy, children stories, medieval, Jugendstil, folklore and surrealism. Welz-Stein collects old images and illustrations and put them together in Photoshop to create her digital collages. The working process is based on combining and the division of photographs, with removing, filling and retouch.
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Graphic designer Visothkakvei creates hyper-detailed optical illusion drawings playing with depths and textures. kakvei draws his nature-inspired designs mostly freehand. The artist sometimes digitally enhances his doodles, making them seem to lift right off the pages.
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Lisa Ericson’s hyperrealistic paintings depict modern chimeras – fantastic creatures with parts from different animals – from fish combined with colorful coral to “mouserflies”.
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Helsinki-based illustrator Antanas Gudonis created this fantastic images here as part of a personal project.
My style is a mix really.. I like classical painters for the mood and colors. I like children book illustrators for characters which are funny. Also old etchings for level of detail. Basically I try to melt everything I like into one:)
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Paul Fuentes is a graphic designer, based in Mexico City, who enjoys staging everyday objects into surreal and colorful compositions creating pop mashups.
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Italy based illustrator Alfred Basha draws with black ink pen. The subjects of his illustrations are based on the animal world, poetically transformed into mutant creatures riding towards a surrealistic space. Basha opens a meditative passage to give us a glimpse of his inner world, full of surreal projections and metamorphosis.
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Berlin-based illustrator Charly Clements turns ordinary objects into cute characters, exposing them to the joys and struggles of everyday life. Through her clever series Real Life Lines, Clements transforms your photos into funny illustrations with simple lines and handwritten text.
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