Jeff Huang, Sydney based painter of vivid portraits

Tuesday, 24 January, 2017

Sophie, artwork by Jeff Huang

Jeff Huang, also known as yellowjeff, is a Sydney based portrait artist. I think it’s fair to say that he really knows how to bring out the colours in his subjects. This work, titled “Sophie”, is a vivid example of the way he works.

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Graffiti, on Earth, and to the outer reaches of space, by Josh Keyes

Tuesday, 24 January, 2017

Artwork by Josh Keyes

Portland based painter Josh Keyes may not be a graffiti artist, but he can imagine a world where graffiti is to be seen no matter where you look, or where you are.

The likes of whales and icebergs are fair game for this highly resourceful would-be tagger, and not even leaving the planet helps either, as this work-in-progress image of a Space Shuttle, titled “Tin Can”, shows.

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Still life miniature dioramas by Tatsuya Tanaka

Monday, 23 January, 2017

Diorama by Tatsuya Tanaka

Tatsuya Tanaka, a Japanese art director, artist, and photographer, has spent the last several years creating miniature dioramas from whatever objects that he can find. The finished works all make their way to his Miniature Calendar project, that can be seen here.

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Natural world porcelain sculptures by Zemer Peled

Monday, 23 January, 2017

Porcelain sculpture by Zemer Peled

Israeli artist Zemer Peled works with shards of porcelain to craft her sculptures, that examine the beauty and brutality of the natural world. Incredible, or what?

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Steve Scott, London based Australian editorial illustrator

Friday, 20 January, 2017

Illustration by Steve Scott

Steve Scott is an Australian editorial illustrator, and animation director, living in London. More of his drawings can be found on his Behance page, while his animation work is on Vimeo.

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Mini Metros, minimal maps of mass transit systems by Peter Dovak

Thursday, 19 January, 2017

Design by Peter Dovak

Washington, D.C. based graphic designer Peter Dovak seems to spend a bit of time on trains, so it makes sense he’d turn his hand to designing maps for mass transit systems. And Mini Metros is the elegant, minimally styled, result.

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“Designing for Change”, the 2017 Semi Permanent book

Thursday, 19 January, 2017

The 2017 Semi Permanent book is in the planning stages, and submissions are being accepted from creatives interested in having their work included. Anything goes, including photography, illustration, painting, design, 3D, sculpture, typography, and street art, so get to it.

You have until 5 February. More information about specifications, etc, can be found here.

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Rel Pham, Sydney based visual artist

Wednesday, 18 January, 2017

Artwork by Rel Pham

Rel Pham is a Sydney based visual artist with a style that’s hard to go passed. His work is not restricted to canvases either, keep a look out, you may see his murals adorning a wall near you.

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Skateboarding, skateboarding illustrated by Rutger Paulusse

Tuesday, 17 January, 2017

Illustration by Rutger Paulusse

Skateboarding is a series of illustrations by Amsterdam based Rutger Paulusse, a one time graffiti tagger, turned illustrator. The works, that can be seen in full here, were “inspired by the shapes, movement and textures in skateboarding”.

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2001: A Space Odyssey, an illustrated children’s book

Monday, 16 January, 2017

Illustration by Sergiy Maidukov

A series of drawings by Ukrainian illustrator Sergiy Maidukov, for a children’s book based on the Stanley Kubrick film, and Arthur C. Clarke novel, 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Via 2001Italia.

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