Karolina Koryl is an artist/blogger/illustrator/ everrrrything! I have been a strong follower of hers for so long! I don’t really have much information about her except she is a deign student just like me and unfortunately her work is unedited which sucks because I think her work are extremely unique and incredible, interesting to look at so please check her out! This is just from my observations about her work, she uses old receipts as a base of her work and paints on them, creating different unique designs which I think they’re cute and fun to look at.
Most of her designs are very abstract looking have interesting unique tribal reference within them. If you look at her work long enough it reminds me in a way of the famous artist Picasso, but what separates them is that Karolina’s work does not include so much nudity as Picasso and she uses a lot of pastel colour palette to create a softer approach to the designs. Fact is both of their work are amazing! so here is the links to Karolina’s work 🙂
Le Gun is a narrative art annual showcasing imagery by artists ranging from the very famous to the completely unknown. It is distributed worldwide and enjoys an intentional cult following.
Le Gun editors, Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Neal Fox, Robert Rubbish and Step Von Reiwtz) also form of the art collective Le Gun. The collective are known for creating large scale collaborative works, often in the shape ‘walking drawing’ or narrative environments where all five members will work on the same drawing, painting, sculpture simultaneously.
Aside from grisly court cases and the odd landscape, you don’t get much public draftsmanship these days – especially somewhere as fast-paced and crowded as high-end fashion events. Damien Cuypers is bucking that trend by turning up at every fashion week there is and just sketching his heart out. I came across his work about a year ago when I was just browsing on the internet looking for new fashion illustrator who I need to study about for my project. Fashion illustration is one of my favourites types of illustration that I’m still love doing, however my work is nothing compare to Cuypers’ work. I love his effortless colour strokes, he captured the subject matters in his drawing uniquely and authentically.
Each characters have their own individuality and identity which I love. His illustrations are so good to look as because they’re all very colourful and well put together. I’ve been following his tumblr ever since I’ve dissevered his amazing talent, I really recommend you should check him out!