Simon Schubert

German artist Simon Schubert did something really unique with paper. He didn´t draw on it in any way, but creased shapes in it. This surprisingly gives enough depth to create architectural drawings. Schubert ´draws´ both imaginary and existing spaces.

Artist Tony Cragg recently unveiled the dice sculptures you can see at the FIAC 2011 in Paris (The International Contemporary Art Fair). His organic sculptures feature an amazing eye for curves and details.

German street artist EVOL transforms empty urban surfaces into miniature buildings. The level of details fools your eyes. It’s hard to estimate the size of his works from a close-up. If you look even longer, the buildings seem to be real.

Andrews B. Myers

Compositions and colors seem to be the key words of this young photographer based in Toronto. Andrews B. Myers was recognized in 2010 as one of the best emerging Canadian photographers by the Magenta Foundation. Lots of nostalgia emanating from his photographs. Globes, old typewriter, old radio, VHS tapes, all these objects associated with pastel colors highlight the effect of living. Digital photographs were printed with a similar technique called “salt printing“, a printing process that dates back to 1839.

We’re talking about bums, legs, eyelashes, big lips, and the lot. We love how Malika Favre portrays them through big, bold art, leaving no blank space left to waste. The french graphic artist is based in lovely London, and works at Airside.

LouLou & Tummie is a Dutch illustration duo who spend their days building an ever expanding empire of colourful graphics and characters. Lead by their crave for toys, happiness and all things cute or robot-like they abuse their computers to spit out designs that can be found in magazines, books, advertisements, plush, papertoys, on walls and interiours, t-shirts and shoes around the galaxy.

The specialization of Studios 38 is development and promotion of effective Internet decisions. An important direction of their work is interface manufacturing and creation of illustrations. They think out and embody ideas in polygraphy, a corporate styles (identity) and flash-animation.

Rotterdam based illustrator and designer Rob Kemerink. He has a great stylistic approach and a good feel for colours which he applies in personal projects like the Animal Series but also in editorial work for musea and magazines.

Born back in 1986, Bart was never really the kid who drew on everything as soon as he could hold a pencil. His passion for drawing and designing came later on when he started helping out bands with their artwork and making flyers for gigs in the Rotterdam area. Over time, more and more people started asking Bart for his designs.

Erwin Kho is a Rotterdam-based graphic designer, illustrator and motion-graphics animator. His work can best be described as having a warm clean look with an eye for detail and nuance. Erwin has worked for both national and international clients, including: Archis, BNA, Delta Lloyd, Ernest & Young, FIP, Heineken Netherlands, MAB/Bouwfonds, Mo’Media, NIBC, Nike Europe and TPG Post. In his spare time Erwin likes to work on his new career in the field of graphic novels, watch ‘Alien’ for the Nth time, bake scones and take care of his chronically dying orchids.

Soft Facade technical staff gives birth to new concepts, while every day their graphic designers create new eye-catchers. Every project they take on has to be done with the same attention to detail as any project they would do for themselves.

Julian Burford is a Dutch graphic designer based in Bussum. About 7 years ago Julian studied Graphic Design in Utrecht, which he finished 3 years ago. Since then Julian works fulltime as an illustrator at MediaMonks based in Hilversum. A big company specialized in online advertising. In these 3 years he has been featured in several dutch magazines and has had the privilege to design covers for 2 major dutch newspapers. One of his illustrations can also be seen in Musee de Jeu Video in Le Grande Arche in Paris.

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