Doug Murphy, aka Plasticgod, has been creating stylized illustrated versions of famous personalities from the world of fashion, art and music for over a decade. His architect collection features his flat minimalistic renderings of legendary architects from all over the world as stretched box canvases. Read more
Professional graphic designer and illustrator Ayse T. Werner quit her boring job to be able to what she really wanted to do – photography and drawing. And after seeing these, I’m so glad she did and I think you’ll agree. Read more
Jason Ratliff describes himself as an artist first and a graphic designer second. He creates illustrations with a mixture of ink, acrylic and a light dose of whimsy. What inspires him are colors, composition and how they interact. In his own brand of artwork, color and composition are key. These values are reflected in his beautifully illustrated Walking Shadow series of drawings which are available as prints in various sizes.
Walking Shadow 9 (original available here)
Walking Shadow, Old Lady:
Walking Shadow, Superman:
Walking Shadow, Cat:
Walking Shadow, Cat 2:
Walking Shadow, Rooster:
Walking Shadow, Bicycle:
Walking Shadow, Guitar:
Walking Shadow, Lunch:
Walking Shadow, Monkey:
Prints, iPhone covers, canvases, t-shirts and notecards of these illustrations are available for purchase here at Society 6.
Finer prints of these are available here at Saatchi Online
The Artist, Jason Ratliff:
Location: Indianapolis, IN, United States
Work: Graphic Designer
Education: Graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Visual Communication Design. Studied under Dennis Ichiyama.
Aside from having great taste in movies, Singapore-based artist Joseph Chiang (aka JoE) is a self-professed one-man sweatshop called MonsterGallery. Read more
Photographer Dale May‘s LEGO WARS at the Samuel Owen Gallery are a collection of photo that combine popular culture with commercial imagery and luxury brands. LEGO Star Wars minifigs juxtaposed against Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Tory Burch logos – even set against the famous Tiffany Robin’s Egg Blue, are produced as chromogenic prints and face mounted to archival acrylic backed with aluminum. Read more