Raúl Guerra is an illustrator based in Ronda, Spain whose beautiful illustrations are often romantic, sometimes mythical. Some of his most memorable pieces are tributes to Elizabeth Taylor, Erykah Badu, and the late Amy Winehouse.
Bring all of your creative friends to Urban Creative Network’s November 15th Social Mixer & Film Screening which will feature a screening of the classic 1996 film ‘Basquiat.’ Have plenty of business cards with you and arrive early to take part in the giveaways!
Lena Ker is a 23-year-old fashion illustrator from Russia who originally started in the fashion industry as a stylist.
As anticipated, Jay-Z and Rocawear removed the ‘Occupy All Streets’ t-shirt following backlash from all angles.
“Stay Tuned to Twisted Non-Fiction” is an illustration by Brooklyn artist DST!. Similar to his previous “Art Is For Fuck Ups” and Alex Gross’ “End User,” the drawing illustrates clever social commentary.
Since our last Friday linkage, Klout pissed off the social media world by changing their algorithm (and dropped the hell out of everyone’s scores), Occupy Oakland went straight into mayhem — ending in a severely injured Marine, and Jay-Z’s lyrics will be used for a new Georgetown course.
Art First Gallery in Downtown Fredericksburg, VA will be showcasing the work of all 32 member artists for their November 2011 Exhibit through Monday, November 28th. Today is the gallery’s opening reception from 6pm to 9pm.
If you live in a U.S. metro city that uses underground transportation, you’re familiar with appreciating something as simple as a train car with some air conditioning. Sweden, on the other hand, has what is considered one of the most beautiful metro systems as well as the longest art exhibit in the world.
Thank Me Later is an image manipulation project by 23-year-old Belgian Graphic Designer Maxime Quoilin aka remainsteadfast. Both excellent use of negative space and texture keep us staring at these images forever.
Argentinian fashion photographer Salomé Vorfas has a style that is both egdy yet refined. Enjoy this creative feature of her work.
‘The Future is Bright’ is a captivating photograph by Belgian visual artist Ben Heine.
Always impressive fashion photographer Zhang Jingna aka Zemotion recently release these stunning images from an editorial spread in Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore.
Talented and sarcastic as hell, Alexandra Dal has blessed us with another snarky comic — this time on the blatantly skewed representation of Black women in modern advertising.
This week’s Creative Pick is a branding and packaging project by New York City-based designer Desiree Portugues.
Cali-based artist and creator of StyleUniversal Jay Reed designed this digital portrait of CEO and editor Lanaé. What do you think?
22-year-old Brooklyn-based freelance illustrator known as ‘clipArt’ used Photoshop CS5 and a Wacom Intuos 3 tablet to create this beautiful digital portrait of a Tumblr pal.
Texas art student and budding illustrator Alexandra Dal channeled some frustrations into her latest work Lady Problems, which speaks not only to how annoying it is to be a girl but also how assholes love giving their unwarranted opinions.