Emma Repp

 

This may sound out there, but Emma Repp‘s illustrations remind me a bit of Van Gogh. Her bright, highly patterned art portrays the monotony and adaptation that play out in everyday life. Layer upon layer of handmade and digital elements pull together to create a whimsical slice-of-life style.

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Jeremy Booth

 

Jeremy Booth‘s illustrations are bold, colorful, and full of influence from the 60s. His pop art style favors hard edges, lots of highlights and shadows, and at the end of the day it’s all beautifully simple. The images here are all digital illustrations, but the Louisville, Kentucky-based Booth also creates paintings with a similar look and feel.

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Print Edition: May 2018

Wildflowers of Texas by Leah Duncan

 

Pink and Orange Forever by Stephanie Henderson

 

Whole As I Am by Frances Cannon

 

Perceptive Dream by 83 Oranges

 

Times New Romantic by barrakuz

 

Pallettable Painting by Adam Hillman

 

Sweater Struggles by Rebecca Flattley

 

Summer Storm Abstract by Erika Firm

 

Evergreen Escape by Belle & Union (check out the entire series!)

 

Kiss Me by Angela Chrusciaki Blehm

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Peter Judson

 

Peter Judson is a London-based designer and illustrator with a flat graphic style that I just can’t seem to get enough of. Whether it’s a detailed city scene, a super simplified design classic, or a collection of colored tilings, Judson attacks each piece with obvious passion and zeal.

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Astrid Elisabeth

 

I follow so many tattoo artists that I could probably have a site about that subcategory of creativity alone! My current favorite is Astrid Elisabeth, a true creative whirlwind who moves between tattooing, illustrating, and creating music with ease. Most of her art depicts the human body, some of it on the X-rated side, through line drawings and a subtle use of color.

 

 

 

 

 

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Lorenzo Gritti

 

Lorenzo Gritti is a Milan-based illustrator who specializes in creating magazine editorials, books covers, and packaging. In each piece he explores the conceptual side of visual communications and various techniques of digital painting through a limited palette and rudimentary shapes. Gritti’s portfolio is exceptionally robust, but you should also have a look at his Instagram account.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Print Edition: April 2018

The Sun, the Breeze the Smell of Lemon and Olive Oil by RF Alvarez

 

Temple by Laura Berger

 

Start With Yes by Anthony Burrill

 

Kumquats by Jonathan Lo

 

Hazy Sun 01 by All the Way to Paris & Paper Collective

 

Goodbye Mountain by Matthew Korbel-Bowers

 

Less Cool and More Boring by Will Bryant

 

Formation by A’Driane Nieves

 

FEMALE 05 by Caroline Walls

 

Geometric Poster by Athena Posters

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