from right to left: Hunger, Plague, Death, and War art by Stepan Alekseev
Tadanori Yokoo, born in Nishiwaki, Japan, in 1936, is one of Japan’s most successful and internationally recognized graphic designers and artists. He began his career as a stage designer for avant garde theatre in Tokyo. […]
Slovenian illustrator and concept artist Valentina Remenar likes to paint beautiful people in fantastic and colorful settings. Find more on her website.
Anders Benet had murdered his mother in the womb. He had no memory of this, nor could he say he intended the woman any harm. Indeed, it wasn’t until his fourteenth year that he killed […]
Continuing the themes I discussed in Macabre and Erotic Obsessions: Contemporary Japanese Illustration, the wonderfully elegant line work of Kotaro Chiba.
I keep running into these self-styled creative experts who want to tell you there’s no such thing as inspiration. There’s just work. If the goal is to stop people from using “waiting for inspiration” as […]
Rene Magritte (1935)