Creative Collages by Laura Collins

Laura Collins utilizes nostalgic imagery and combines them with feminine themes to come up with provocative collages. It takes a moment for the playfully ironic message of her work to sink in, plus, the incongruity of her collages make viewers do a double-take. Laura was originally a painter but most of the accolades  come from […]

Other Worlds – Illustrations by Antonio Caparo

Antonio Caparo is a comic artist and graphic designer currently based in Canada. His work is an eclectic mixture of steampunk, calligraphy, and comic illustrations. Antonio’s work has been widely published in magazines, books for young readers, and children’s books. He has also dabbled a bit in animation and advertising. The early part of his […]

A Nation’s Symbols – Artwork by Steve Ellis

Steve Ellis is a New York-based artist whose work is focused mainly on contemporary consumerism. Using pop culture iconography (broken high-heeled shoes, torn magazines, disposable lighters, and a scuffed motorcycle helmet), he explores the issue with a bluntness seldom seen in most artworks. His art may be a little graphic, but one certainly can’t deny […]

Fabulous Game Art by Andrea Femerstrand

Andrea Femerstrand is a Swedish concept artist & illustrator. Her day job involves storybook-illustrations, character designs, and concept art for film and games. She also does freelance illustrations during the weekends. According to her: “I love making art with a story that’s geared towards a younger audience. Character design is quite challenging, but that’s what […]

Dramatic Scratchboard Illustrations by Nicolas Delort

Nicolas Delort strives to tell stories both big and small through his intricate and evocative, black and white illustrations. He started doodling as a hobby during high school, but the hobby turned into a full-blown passion when he reached college. He built up a portfolio, got into some art classes, and never looked back since. […]

Currency Collage by Philippe Pétremant

Philippe Pétremant is a French photographer who creates interesting collages using different kinds of paper bills from all over the world. He calls this fascinating series “Les Sept Mercenaires” (The Magnificent Seven). The series is equal parts origami, collage, and photography. He begins with paper currencies from different countries, folds them is such a way […]

Attention-Grabbing Headlines – Illustrations by Rafael Alvarez

Rafael Alvarez is a multi-award-winning Brooklyn-based illustrator whose list of clients include big names like Playboy Magazine, American Express, Paramount Pictures, and Grand Central Station. Some of his illustrations may be a bit graphic for some, but he definitely gets the point across. Rafael has published several graphic novels, comic strips, and children’s books all […]