Milena Huhta is an illustrator based out of Helsinki, Finland who mixes together elements of 90’s shōjo manga, sci-fi scenarios, contemporary fashion and Asian folklore. She create worlds filled with conflicted and melancholy characters. Amazing colorful & psychedelic work. I love it.
The many psychedelic and experimental portraits captured by Hiroko Shiina revolves around death. The artist based out of Tokyo explores the metaphysical essence of each existence. Whether it’s a dream, nightmare, or reality, Hiroko continues to dig deep portraying the dark beautiful mysteries of our consciousness .
Dani Soon was born in a small remote town in Korea in 1991. Living in such a remote town meant there was not much to do, so books and drawing became her biggest pastime enjoyment. Being at one with Mother Nature also allowed her imagination to run wild and the rustic environment had a critical…
Roby Dwi Antono is a surrealist painter based out of Yogyakarta, Indonesia who is also a graphic designer by profession. A lot of his work have a connection with classical renaissance paintings that results to his own contemporary juxtaposition. He is heavily influenced by Mark Ryden and Marion Peck.
Jenna Andersen‘s illustrations have a beautiful minimal approach that also focuses on the complex details. Her body of work has a recurring theme revolving around a sense of wander, a search for identity, and tones of melancholy. Leaving behind bittersweet, yet such satisfying simplicity.
Spanish artist Elisa Ancori‘s works revolve around the connection of nature with man. A fusion of body and soul which is scanned by a strong line in all his work. A continuous search for that balance, that unceasingly gives rise in every corner of nature.
Esther Sarto is a gouache and watercolor painter based out of Copenhagen, Denmark. A lot of Sarto’s work combines elements of mother earth by coinciding them with our personal & social aspects of our lives.