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Yohji Yamamoto, A/W 1987-88.  Art direction by Marc Ascoli, photography by Nick Knight, and design by Peter Saville.

ritualistics: Yohji Yamamoto, A/W Art direction by Marc Ascoli, photography by Nick Knight, and design by Peter Saville

Illustration / Bratislav Milenkovic   |   http://bratislavmilenkovic.comGraduated at University of Arts, Faculty of Applied Arts, Illustration Departmen

Bratislav Milenkovic is an artist and illustrator with graphic tendencies. Having graduated from the University of Arts in the Illustration Department.

Karan Singh is a keen vector artist, falling in love with Adobe Illustrator upon first being introduced to it at university. Describing Illustrator as his kind of temple,

Commissioned by Australian publication 'Going Down Swinging' to create a visual response to a story about growing up in Papua New Guinea.

Class Registration Risorama is a one-day exhibition and print fair taking place next month, which gathers together some of the top Riso-loving design talent from the UK and beyond.


Australian-born, Tokyo-based designer Karan Singh experiments with a variety of media including illustration, visual arts, graphic design and moving image to test the limits of op-art minimalism.

Cecilia Lundgren

Cecilia Lundgren’s beautiful illustrations are bursting with color and vitality. Check out her portfolio for her intricate beauty and fashion work.

NHK'KOYXEN - Dance Classics Vol. I

Kouhei Matsunaga is a veteran of experimental electronics, one who has seen his music released in many forms across a number of imprints since embarking on a production career back in Lately, th

Das Kind und die Katze via Kickcan and Conkers  Hazel Terry via Ariel Aberg-Riger onto Illustration

Cover art for the children's book "Das Kind und die Katze (The child and the Cat)" by German illustrator Rotraut Susanne Berner. The child reminds me of Isabella Rossellini. via kidpix

pixel-panda: ☼ ☼ ☼ Summer illustrations for the cultural supplement of De Morgen (belgian newspaper) ☼ ☼ ☼

From Belgian illustrator Shamisa Debroey from a series of illustration she did for a newspaper called De Morgen. Love her style and exuberance.

Paul Blow is Seeing Red Only requirement for these illustrations is to use the color red! Intriguing!!

Paul Blow is Seeing Red