Artist of the Week: Food Photography by Marmalade Bleue


Marmalade Bleue, or her real name Danielle Evans, is an incredible food typographer located in Columbus, Ohio in the United States of America. She likes to enchant us with beautiful, stunning lettering and typography. She likes to art direct, style food, and collaborate with creative professionals all around the globe. We are here to take you on a journey with Danielle, a journey filled with food and typography, blended into art of course.

Artist of the Week: Amazing Caricatures by Jason Seiler


Aside from doing commissioned work for magazines, his art has also been showcased in several well-known publications like Taschen’s Illustration Now!, Communication Arts Magazine, and the book Digital Masters. He has also held exhibitions at the Society of Illustrators New York (of which he is a member), and the Society of Illustrators West. But enough background, time for you to see with your own eyes why Jason is such a terrific artist.

Artist of the Week: Conceptual Illustrations by Davide Bonazzi


This week, we will be looking at an artist who does just that.,using illustration to make people think about certain events, be they recent or old, and at times, providing us with glimpses into what he himself things about them. Davide Bonazzi is the artist’s name, and before we show you his marvelous illustrations, let’s tell you a few things about him.

Artist of the Week: Digital Art Master George Redreev


We love artists, artists than inspire us to do great things. We want to share the love, so you too can have your dose of inspiration. This week we have focused on George Redreev, a fabulous artist from Chelyabinsk, Russia. His digital art is astounding, his portfolio includes mythical beasts, family portraits, cute girls on the beach, futuristic tech and so on and so forth.

Artist of the Week: Low Poly Portrait Tutorials by Breno Bitencourt


Man has always dreamed of immortality, and the visual arts are one of the only methods through which we can, at least philosophically, achieve it. Portraits have been around virtually since cave painting, the oldest “cave portrait” dating back to 26, 000 years ago. In the Ancient World, portraits became immensely popular in several cultures, each having their own style and creed behind creating them. The Egyptians, for example, created a huge amount of portraits, depicting their rulers and gods.

Artist of the Week: Dito von Tease’s Ditalians


A while back, we took a look at Italian artist Dito von Tease’s work. In case you have forgotten, he does “finger portraits” of famous people, ranging from historical figures to celebrities, and in the previous article, we showed you a few portraits he did of international figures, such as Barrack Obama, the Dalai Lama, and Frida Kahlo.

Artist of the Week: Ben Marriott’s Classic Art with a Twist


It is no secret that we absolutely love illustrations. Time and time again we have written articles showcasing superb illustrations from talented artists, and we plan to keep on doing that, so as to have an excuse to sit and stare at pretty things all day long. Today, we will be gawking at Ben Marriott’s lovely illustrations, and talking a bit about them, as well, so that maybe we will be able to provide you with a bit of design inspiration for your own projects. But first, let’s get to know Ben a little bit better.

Artist of the Week: 3D Paper Art by Lydia Kasumi Shirreff


Paper art, or paper sculpture as it is also known, is probably the cheapest and most accessible form of sculpture invented. That is not not say, of course, that the results reflect this cheapness. Paper art deserves to be called art, not only because it is a way for the artist to express him or herself, but because the results are often absolutely stunning.

Artist of the Week: Photo Manipulations by Martin Grohs


Adobe Photoshop has revolutionized the way we make art. Digital photography has allowed photographers to experiment a whole lot more, without costing them an arm and a leg to do so. Just think of how hard it must have been in the old-timey days to make a photo look the way you wanted it to look. But in our lovely modern days, we get to photoshop pictures to perfection. Well, the fact of the mater is that photo manipulation has been around for a very long time, now.

Artist of the Week: Pop Culture Illustrations by Amy Blue


Culture is a kind of information, and in an age where information is made readily available by way of mass-media and the internet, we have seen the rise of a new kind of culture, namely pop culture. There are many definitions of pop culture, but one thing that is certain is that the term “pop culture” is derived from “popular culture”, first coined in the 19th century, and used to describe the education and level of culture of the so-called lower classes. It was, basically, the exact opposite of the “official culture” of the dominant classes.

Artist of the Week: Steampunk Illustrations by Antonio Caparo


Steampunk is a huge cultural phenomenon, spanning books, movies and art. People love the look and “feel” of it, so much that it has sparked numerous conventions around the world. It’s easy to see why this is. The retro futuristic aesthetic is elegant and, to some extent, more easy to understand than regular science fiction premises, seeing as rather primitive technology is used to achieve great feats of engineering marvel, such as flight, time travel and deep sea exploration.

Artist of the Week: Timeless Photography by Annie Leibovitz


Graphic design, and, in fact, design in general, is an extremely interdisciplinary field. Designers draw their inspiration from many places and many fields, artistic and not. For one designer, their main inspiration source may be illustration and the rich tradition of painting and drawing in Western Culture, while for another design inspiration may come from architecture. To a third, the field they draw most of their creative energy from may be photography.