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! 🙂
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We love this selection of architectural photographs by artist Dennis Ramos who captures the clean lines, geometric shapes and lights of an urban environment in dark imagery that plays with powerful contrasts. For more of Dennis’ amazing work, check out his Instagram account – it’s sensational stuff! Happy Friday, everyone 🙂
Daniel Serva: We love the surreal photographs of Daniel Serva, a young photographer from Venezuela, who takes us into a dreamlike universe using his images to express doubts, feelings, and emotions through unique and captivating compositions. You can follow his creations on Instagram – Awesome work! 🙂
David Zinn: We love the latest creations by artist David Zinn who mixes street art with chalk and anamorphoses, enhancing the streets with his awesome characters. Having fun playing with perspectives and street elements, David imagines quirky and offbeat urban scenes featuring his cute characters, which are mostly improvised and light-hearted – you can keep track of his latest works by following him on Instagram.
Isabella Giancarlo: What better way to mend a broken heart than by eating your emotions? With her Eat your heart out series, Isabella Giancarlo turns the difficult words remembered from break-ups into delicious pastries, as a way of dealing with the heartache and playing down the pain, encouraging people to send her phrases from their splits to turn into cakes and pies. You can also follow Isabella’s creations via her Instagram account. Love it! 🙂
Bobbugs: A prop master for U.S. TV shows, Michael Gump, aka Bobbugs, has created Master of Disguise, an awesome project where he covers himself with assorted colourful objects, such as LEGO, plastic ducks, cotton buds, cookies, paint, lollipops, pens, pizzas, temporary tattoos and so on, filling his instagram with unique and slightly offbeat self-portraits. LOVE it! 🙂
Maysgrafx: Loving the psychedelic creations of Justin Mays, aka Maysgrafx, designer and animator based in Los Angeles, who mixes digital collages and glitch art to create visually explosive and colourful neon compositions. Selected art prints by Maysgrafx are currently available for purchase via society6 – Awesome stuff! 🙂