LUSTR is a festival that aims to prompt a dialogue between art and spectator, illustrators and audience. Here’s what caught our attention at its fourth edition this September. Let’s illustrate and celebrate!
Polish artist and illustrator Anna Ocipinska’s illustrations take the viewer to a dreamy place, where humans and nature connect and grow through each other.
How do you find strength in your weakest moments? Step back and take a breather. You know you’ve always had it in you.
What’s pure and what’s not? And does it even matter? The answer lies deep down in your heart.
Summon all your courage and get ready to fight back. This month, we encourage you to revolt against the oppression. It’s time to resist!
Do your dreams dictate your reality or is it the other way around? This month, delve deep, deep down in the darkest hour and find your answer.
German designer Tabitha Swanson finds harmony in peach-colored gradients.
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.
An interplay of opposites harmoniously interwoven with each other, Von Roháč, like his poetry, opens with a seeming roughness only to surprise you with his tender soul.
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.