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Butcher Billy – Trump x Magritte

Butcher Billy imagines a portrait sitting between painter René Magritte & Donald Trump

With his new series of mashups Trump x Magritte, Brazilian artist and illustrator Butcher Billy imagines an improbable encounter between painter René Magritte, the master of Surrealism, and American politician, wanna-be president, and billionaire Donald Trump. Love it! 🙂

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The Illustrations of Alice Wellinger

We love the creations of Austrian artist Alice Wellinger whose soft and poetic visual universe illustrates some very serious and difficult subjects such as youth suicide, alcoholism, and depression. Sensational work 🙂

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Yoyo The Ricecorpse’s New GIFs

Yoyo The Ricecorpse creates cute animated GIFs over photos

We love the creations of British illustrator Yoyo The Ricecorpse who is back with a new series of awesome animated creature GIFs, drawn directly over her own photographs. Very cool…Happy Friday! 🙂

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Joe Stone – Stay Connected

Joe Stone's illustrations poke fun at our smartphone bad habits

We love the creations of illustrator Joe Stone whose new series pokes fun at modern, everyday bad habits (c’mon, we’re all guilty of it) related to the use of our beloved phones. Funny ’cause they’re so true – Happy Monday! 🙂

Brecht Vandenbroucke – Social Media Addiction

Brecht Vandenbroucke's satirical illustrations poke fun at modern life

Illustrator Brecht Vandenbroucke pokes fun at our addiction to social networks, smartphones, and an ultra-connected life in this series of satirical illustrations, using dark humour and a deceptively childlike style, to critique the excesses of modern society. You can also check out more of Brecht’s creations on Instagram. Awesome stuff! 🙂

Eric Chow’s Surrealist Illustrations

Eric Chow creates awesome surrealist illustrations with a powerful message

We love this selection of work by Eric Chow  a UK based illustrator from Hong Kong who started his illustration career after graduating from London College of Communication in 2012 and produces illustrations with a powerful surrealist, often humorous, style. Awesome stuff! 🙂

Rocky Davies – Rockstar Heroes & Villains

Rocky Davies visually mashes iconic heroes & villains and music hits of the 80s & 90s

We love the work of artist Rocky Davies who has created these awesome visual mashups of iconic pop cultural heroes & villains and music hits from the 1980s and 90s. So very cool! 🙂

Carl Burton’s Mesmerising GIFs

Carl Burton creates stunning animated gifs that play with colour & light

We love this selection of animated GIFs by Carl Burton, a designer and artist based in New York, who creates unique and slightly haunting atmospheres with a beautiful use of light and colour. Fantastic work! 🙂

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2 Kinds of People

2 Kinds of People illustrate the small differences in everyday life

We love this selection of the latest illustrated comparisons from 2 Kinds of People  the small differences in daily life, the two kinds of people and their different ways of doing things. Funny ’cause they’re so true 🙂

Tomba Lobos – Play Dough Faces

Tomba Lobos creates unique disfigured portraits using play dough

We love the work of photographer and graphic designer Tomba Lobos who has created an interesting set of portraits, disfiguring his models with a clever mix of flesh coloured play dough and digital retouching. A slightly unsettling yet original and unique series that explores the boundaries of classic photography and basic sculpting and digital versus analogue image manipulation.