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Artist Spotlight: Anna McNaught

04.10.2017

Artist Spotlight: Anna McNaught

We came across Anna McNaught via #AdobeStockRemix on Instagram, and fell in love with her stunning, surreal and sweet compositions. A recent converter to Adobe Stock, we touched base with her to find out more about her journey into the world of digital compositions, her take on stock imagery and where she searches for inspiration. […]

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Artist Spotlight: Musketon

12.09.2017

Artist Spotlight: Musketon

Musketon’s foray into illustration is one that many artists likely can relate to. A journey of creative trial and error led him to discover Adobe Illustrator, where he found his feet, and never looked back since. His success can be attributed to the fact he’s remained consistently dedicated to doing what makes him happy, regardless […]

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Artist Spotlight: Gordon Reid

24.08.2017

Artist Spotlight: Gordon Reid

Gordon Reid’s conquered the UK. And he’s now set his sights upon the USA. We came across the self-confessed ‘blagger’ (note: a British term, ‘to blag’, meaning being able to get something via persuasion, with a little luck thrown in), after his watching him on the livestream sessions at OFFF in Barcelona. Since then, we’ve […]

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Artist Spolight: Jenue

03.08.2017

Artist Spolight: Jenue

Alvaro Matas, aka Jenue’s playful portfolio stands out for all the right reasons. His mixed disciplinary creations combine a range of different elements, which he plays with to create fun, yet beautiful 3D images and typography, often morphing the two practises together. His clients have included publications including Wired, the Sunday Times, the Economist, as […]

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Artist Spotlight: Mirae Kim

31.07.2017

Artist Spotlight: Mirae Kim

“There’s no deeper meaning to my work”: Mirae Kim’s refreshingly open claim demonstrates her easy-going and fresh attitude to art. Her sole creative purpose is to enable people to enjoy her art, as well as becoming the artist known for using the color pink the most; two goals that we think she’s well on the […]

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Vasava, the creative laboratory

27.07.2017

Vasava, the creative laboratory

In broad terms, Vasava is a communications studio headquartered in Barcelona that has become a benchmark in the city for design that often stretches beyond the city limits, where it is welcomed as a guest to the best events of the design world. Founded in 1997 by Toni and Bruno Sellés (father and son), followed […]

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Mikel Muruzabal

03.06.2017

Mikel Muruzabal

‘Accidentally on purpose’, although through a lot of sweat and tears, young Mikel Muruzabal, from Navarra, has become one of the most recognizable fashion photographers in Spain. Dedicated to architecture and advertising as well, Muruzabal puts out images that are very clean, precise and impactful, although in a subtle way. Like a lot of artists, […]

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Camille Walala: the expression of color

01.06.2017

Camille Walala: the expression of color

Born in the French Provence and settled in London, Camille Walala spreads energy and vitality wherever she goes. Almost in a literal sense, this artist converts all she touches into amusement. Just as a drawing can be a visual poem, Camille’s pieces are a true jubilee for the eyes. Intrigued by the happy and brilliant […]

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Anny Wang, the ultimate expression of visual flow

26.05.2017

Anny Wang, the ultimate expression of visual flow

The visual artist and designer of Swedish spaces, Anny Wang, is proof of how curiosity and creativity surpass the importance of formal training. A recent graduate of the School of Design and Crafts at the University of Gothenburg, Wang has accumulated the respectable portfolio of a seasoned professional with years in the sector, when in […]

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Lotta Nieminen, blessed designer of eternal youth

25.05.2017

Lotta Nieminen, blessed designer of eternal youth

The portfolio and curriculum of Finn Lotta Nieminen appears to betray an age she nowhere near corresponds with, as if her work spanned the decades. But this illustrator and graphic designer has just barely gotten started, and her already long list of pieces and clients make her worthy of being the only graphic designer to […]

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The typographic dialogues by Seb Lester

18.05.2017

The typographic dialogues by Seb Lester

Seb Lester studied Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins of London, and since he was a child his hands always held pencils, drawing nonstop. He is a designer, artist and calligrapher. After years of living in the capital of England, he decided to move to Lewes in East Sussex, where he currently has his studio. […]

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Javier Jaén, the graphic history

15.05.2017

Javier Jaén, the graphic history

Javier Jaén (Barcelona, 1983) is one of the most brilliant and creative minds to come out of Spain. Passionate about his work, he moves with such versatility between illustration and design, which at times blur the lines between them. It’s curious to discover that when he was younger, Jaén’s biggest interest was around sound, as […]

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