Mcbess

Mcbess (Matthieu Bessudo) is a French illustrator living in London. His style is a mix of influences such as Steamboat Willie era disney or Fleischer Studios’ cartoons. Using americana and a mix of tattoo and music iconography he creates beautifully chaotic  landscapes in the style of Hieronymus Bosch and more minimal manga illustrations. Mcbess is […]

Mike Giant

I have been a huge fan of Mike Giant for years, so I should probably add him to the blog. Unfortunately he rarely updates his site but you do get to see a lot of his work though Rebel 8 and on Instagram/giantrebel8. Tattoo/Graffiti Artist, Illustrator, Typographer and the creative force behind Rebel 8 clothing. […]

Hey Studio

Hey Studio are a design studio based in Barcelona, Spain. I first noticed their  clean, simple vector illustrations in Monocle magazine and was impressed by both the consistency and originality of everything they produce. In their own words: “We always wanted to have our own style, and we believe we have achieved it. Geometry, color, direct typography. Let’s […]

Eric Beltz

The words elegant, delicate and provocative come to mind when viewing the work of Eric Beltz. His execution and level of craft and detail are inspirational. Morgan Lehman Gallery probably say it best: “Playfully macabre and fiercely humorous, Eric Beltz’s hypnotically detailed drawings recast stories and characters from colonial American history in a grayscale psychedelia. […]

Matt Wiley Typeface for Wired Magazine

Matt Wiley has designed a really strong typeface for Wired Magazine UK. “Used throughout the magazine and iPad app for chapter headers the typeface can be coloured in numerous ways in order to suit the page it sits on.” Adds a great effect to chapter headers, particularly effective when overlaying photographs. Matt Wiley