London-based artist Leonardo Ulian created this epic mandala by soldering together tiny electrical components. The result is a holy artifact for the millennial generation.
See more at http://www.leonardoulian.it/
Anthony Burrill is a badass, plain and simple. I love how effortlessly he walks the line between 60′s modernism and tough-guy letterpress work ala Hatch Show Print. Great color palettes too.
for more see http://www.anthonyburrill.com/
This work has me floored. Chris Scarborough is a Massachusetts based multi-disciplinary artist working in paint, photography, sculpture. The emotional breadth fo the work is impressive and the execution is absolutely flawless.
After ordering a few prints of his work off inPRNT I’ve grown even more in love with the work of Kilian Eng. Reminiscent of French illustrator Moebius (whom I’ll be posting about soon), Kilian captures futurism, surrealism and a sense of nostalgia at the same time. His color palette is one of the most beautiful and subtle I’ve seen in a long time and I love how playful he is with scale.
Just got my sample pack in from Print Pinball. Man, I cannot wait to use these guys. Business cards, postcards, hang-tags…all executed on Kraft chipboard—full color on one side and black ink on the raw chipboard on the back. Beautiful. And the color printing has this nice, slightly weathered look to it form the texture of the chipboard. It’s only a matter of time before I talk a client into doing this….
more at: www.printpinball.com
The 3rd Chicago International Poster Biennial is about to kick off and this year they’ve started a Kickstarter to get the financial backing the CIPB needs to enter self-sustainability. The lineup of judges is amazing: Jason Munn, Ronald Curchod, Alejandro Magallanes, Niklaus Troxler, Woody Pirtle, & Finn Nygaard.