German designer Tabitha Swanson finds harmony in peach-colored gradients.
It’s getting warmer, one foot in a woolen sock and one foot in a flip-flop. This month’s issue is all about finding the even-steven state and recharging.
The eye-catching colors and simple lines of Spanish illustrator Cristina Daura’s artworks hide complex sceneries, all with an added hint of sarcasm and humor.
Imagine Looney Tunes in the upside down with a pinch of devilish wasabi. Enter the magic forest, but beware the shadows, while the moon is red.
The straight line you follow may well have other dimensions. Let’s distort the cartesian coordinates to see what hides behind the corner. Enter the warped void.
Spanish illustrator and comics author Maria Herreros created a unique illustrating style through her painting craft skills.
Let’s have a little journey from fingertips to toes. Laurène Boglio presents her monochrome animation and colorful fantasy.
Young illustrator Cricetopher creates adorably humorous illustrated animations that just make one’s day.
Between reality and illusion, the photography of Dorotka Kaczmarek will engulf you in a slew of sparks and electrical discharges.
Czech artist Biceps uses a bright-toned color palette to create rad girl power illustrations.
We are bringing you “The Cloack”, a comics by Slovak artist, prince of the digital painting and 8bits-reminding illustrations, Martin Lacko.
Enter the universe of the Russian tattoo artist Victor Zabuga and let his eccentric inks confront you with their candidness.