Farewell to Stan Lee.
“I grew up in Suffolk where the skies are vast and the land is low and flat. My grandad was an architect and he taught me the rudiments of technical drawing when I was 9. He made me a drawing board and a T square, and showed me how to sharpen a pencil with a […]
Delicate drawings for a delicate story. Anja Susanj, young illustrator from Croatia that loves to dabble with the peculiar and odd, meets the poetic novel City by Italian author Alessandro Baricco. The result is a series of graphite illustrations that give shape to the whimsical world of Gould, a child genius and lost boy. The illustrations are my […]
5 tragedies by Shakespeare, retold by Bruno Blume and lavishly illustrated by 5 artists (Susanne Janssen, Anke Feuchtenberger, Jacky Gleich, Pascale Küng, Alice Wellinger). The focus of the narrative and artistic reinterpretation is the role of women in Shakespeare’s works. Here we can admire the reinterpretation of Othello by Alice Wellinger. A series of paintings, as delicate in […]
We are very saddened to hear that Italian illustrator Tony Wolf (aka Antonio Lupatelli) passed away few days ago. He’s best known to be the father of someone we all know -ok, if you’re born after 2000 please, just go away. Let us elderlies cry for our incoming oldness (and loss of a faraway friend: […]
Saul Bass is one of those artists that nobody knows, except everybody knows. Wait, what? Let me explain. If you’re not into graphic arts, movies’ aesthetic or corporate identity it is likely that you’re not familiar with his name, but you’ve seen his artworks. A lot of them, actually. He’s a legend in the world of graphic […]