Random assortment of gorgeous work scooped off of illustrator Joao Ruas’ blog. More below. Joo Ruas is a visual artist from So Paulo, Brazil. He has a Bachelor in Graphic Design, and has worked at studios in the United Kingdom and Brazil. He currently makes personal artwork and editorial illustration exclusively .
Drawings and paintings by artist Julio Reyes. More below.
Photos by Peter Sutherland. New York. One of the best!
Love these drawings by Brooklyn-based artist James Ulmer. He’s a personal favourite of mine because of the beautifully naive way he draws. I want to unlock my brain like this. More below.
Nice juxtaposition in this series by Jacques Olivar.
“Say Something Nice” by . More of this please! Watch the video below!
A selection of meditative paintings by artist Lowell Boyers. More images below.
Quite a unique style to this animation by Oleg Morozow and Arkady Kravchouk (The Happy Drummers) graduates of Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. Apparently the effect was achieved through a combination of 3D animation and the use of an old printer. Watch the animation below.
Photos by Gus Powell. New York.
Paintings by Eleanna Anagnos. Brooklyn.
Installation by design studio Job, Joris & Marieke recreate a 100 frame animation in a physical space. Each frame has been constructed with 3D printing and arranged collectively, illustrating how subjects within the cartoon move and alter over time. Here is the original animated in CGI form: The installation is part of an animation exhibition entitled ‘Move ON…!’ currently held at the Kunsthal KAdE in Amersfoort, The Netherlands. You can find out more about the exhibition here.
Some fashion flicks by Alexandra Carr.
Incredible graphite and ink drawings by New York-based artist Fumi Mini Nakamura. Love these so much. More images below.
Lisbon-based Portuguese street artist Odeith has been playing with perspective in his anamorphic artworks for over a decade now. These incredible pieces could easily be achieved with 3D software but there is just enough imperfection to reveal the artist’s hand and give the paintings an incredible energy. Love to come across one of these in person. Lots more images below.
Here’s a fantastic little graduate film about inhabitants of a strange windy land, by Robert Lbel. The sounds come courtesy of the always brilliant David Kamp. This is a perfect piece of storytelling. Watch the animation “Wind” below!