Half-forgotten dreams of apparitions and lives past – that's the world visual artist Barbora Šemberová lays out before our eyes in her vibrant illustrations of dry and oil pastel, and acrylic liner on paper.
Oasis of Hate is a self-described “freakshow” illustration project from Krakow, Poland, by Anna W. It draws you into eerie landscapes with a sophisticated play on textures, be it sleek and shiny metallic surfaces or ubiquitous wallpaper-like patterns.
Hamburg based illustrator Miro Tiebe aka MIRUEL draws the inspiration for his illustrations from an array of different sources, style-wise it's, for example, H.R. Giger or Moebius, as well Philippe Druillerts and the period of Art Deco.
Johanna Naukkarinen works with theories of feminist image research and currently, she is especially interested in women as objects of scientific gaze and how science has contributed to the very limited view of how women are being represented in media.
"Alfa Dog and Zebrave" series are set in a violent and corrupt world, where people wear animal masks. Matteo's illustrations show ironic, funny and almost childish aspects that are in contrast with the adult topics (guns, violence, crimes).
Jul Quanouai invites you to take a glimpse into articulate daydream-y landscapes that could serve as the updated Rorschach test – what you see first tells on you big time. Whether you asked for it or not.
This series by Ludovic Boulard Le Fur was inspired by his passion for collecting trading cards. He made the series in the train during one year because he was spending more time in transports than anywhere.