Student Life - Louise Lockhart | Illustration | Design | The Printed Peanut
Student life on one page, as part of the Student Handbook illustrations for The Skinny August 2014.
Editorial Illustrations by Patrycja Podkościelny | Inspiration Grid
Great illustrations by Polish artist Patrycja Podkościelny. More illustrations via Bleaq
Infratil 2016 Annual report
I recently made four illustrations for 2016 annual report of Infratil, a New Zealand-based infrastructure investment company owner and operator of businesses in the energy, airport and transport...
Happiness Art Print by adesantis
Buy Happiness Art Print by adesantis. Worldwide shipping available at Society6.com. Just one of millions of high quality products available.
Delightful editorial illustration for Japanese magazines by Ryo Takemasa
We in the studio are the first to admit that if you slap a foreign script onto something it instantly becomes approximately 200% more exciting from a design point of view. In the case of Ryo Takemasa, however, the text is kind of just the cherry on the cake. Editorial illustration for newspaper and magazine covers is his bread and butter – so much so that "his portfolio site":http://ryotakemasa.com looks something like the wall of a Japanese newsagents – but with his soft style and witty…
'Unbroken Brain' Explains Why 'Tough' Treatment Doesn't Help Drug Addicts
"We have this idea that if we are just cruel enough and mean enough ... to people with addiction, that they will suddenly wake up and stop, and that is not the case," journalist Maia Szalavitz says.
About - Beautiful/Decay
Beautiful/Decay began as a small black and white, DIY, photocopied ‘zine in 1996, releasing three issues in its first incarnation. In 2001, it was resurrected as a full color art and design publication featuring some of the most cutting edge and exciting work by artists and designers from all over t
Gun series-post Newtown
Series of images I did in the days and weeks after the Newtown tragedy. Many of these pieces although done as personal pieces were subsequently picked up by the New York Times.