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Civic Illustration by Lino Russo

October 26, 2015

Lino Russo is a young Graphic Designer and graduate student in Naples. These imagined cityscapes are almost familiar, but they exist no where.

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Arnold Friberg's Mounties

October 07, 2015

Arnold Friberg, 1920-2010, was a famous American illustrator and oil painter. He was famous for his biblical and patriotic subject matter, which lead to a commission from the Northwest Paper Company for a number of works depicting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

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Pets Portraits by People Too

September 16, 2015

Pet Portraits is the creation of People Too, a creative duo made up of Alexey Lyapunov and Lena Erlich, based out of Novosibirsk, Russia. They specialize in making paper pictures and various crafts.

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20 Days of Drawing, by Nataly Sheveleva

August 19, 2015

Nataly Sheveleva in a graphic designer working in Bratislava, Slovakia. She recently began an exercise to publish one drawing a day – didn’t matter what it was – she had to create something new that day.

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Simple Line Illustrations by Lan Truong

July 05, 2013

Truong's work focuses on the simplicity of lines and geometry, re-envisioning our everyday surroundings to focus more on their geometric composition. Here's a selection of her work we hope you'll enjoy.

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Outdoor Life Magazine Cover Art

May 01, 2013

Founded in 1898, Outdoor Life was originally a magazine of western adventure.  Including hunting and fishing tips, fiction and photography; it was the definitive sportsmens publication. 

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UNTITLED by Nacho Ormaechea

April 29, 2013

 Nacho Ormaechea takes as his muse the "inspiring yet anonymous" pedestrian of Paris, where he works as a graphic designer and artist.  Bound by the boarders of his subject's silhouettes, Ormaechea creates stunning photo montages which aim to "induce moments of introspection" within the viewer.

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