Art Now – Expressions by Boris Pelcer, Milwaukee, WI, USA.

Art Now – Expressions by Boris Pelcer, Milwaukee, WI, USA.

About the artist:

Boris Pelcer (b. 1985, Sarajevo, Bosnia) is an independent artist & illustrator based out of Milwaukee, WI, USA. He divides his time between working on his personal projects & commercial commissions. His work has been recognized by both Society of Illustrators & American Illustration. His client list includes: The New Yorker, The New Republic, The New York Times, Time, Variety, Amazon, The Atlantic, Newsweek, Bloomberg, Village Voice, Texas Monthly, Guitar World, Backchannel, Little White Lies, Women’s Health, Nike, Converse, Pitchfork.  

 

Bella Umbrella by Tim Tadder, Encinitas, CA, USA

Bella Umbrella by Tim Tadder, Encinitas, CA, USA

Combining vintage umbrellas and fashions, with military smoke. A personal art series bringing together items never combined is a series. Images were shot on large format digital for display prints. Fine art prints available upon request. Wardrobe and Styling by Julia Reeser, Umbrellas by Bella Umbrellas, Hair and Make up by Dezi V and Natalie Bohlin. ©2016 Tim Tadder all rights reserved.

Corporate Warfare by Creative Studio FOREAL, Trier, Germany.

Corporate Warfare by Creative Studio FOREAL, Trier, Germany.

Corporate Warfare is a self initiated and personal art project which represents the power and impact of known international brands. FOREAL Studio / More images in weareforeal.com

You Are My Twin – Art by Kristina Varaksina, San Francisco, CA, USA

You Are My Twin – Art by Kristina Varaksina, San Francisco, CA, USA

”This art project is an exploration of origins of twin siblings, their relationships, of how they see each other vs how others see them.” – Kristina Varaksina

 

Fashion Illustrations by Ina Stanimirova, Barcelona, Spain.


Fashion Illustrations by Ina Stanimirova, Barcelona, Spain.

Ina Stanimirova spent her childhood surrounded by her father’s paints, brushes and drawings. Her main amusement was spending hours with a sketchbook and a pencil in her hands, drawing and imitating his works. Since she was little she knew what her passion was, so she decided she wanted to be an artist. Years later she moved from Alicante, the city where she had been living until then, to Barcelona to form herself in the Art Faculty. There, she had the oportunity to experiment with new techniques such as sculpture or painting, which gave a new overtone to her work. However, drawing remained as her priority and, finally, she graduated in 2011 in that specialism. It was then when she decided to direct her work towards illustration, studying the Illustration Postgraduate in BAU during 2012.

Ina’s work is figurative, but always surrounded by a surrealistic atmosphere. The main character in her illustrations is the female figure, which is immersed in a beautiful yet disturbing climate of creatures and strange worlds. These women, drawn with graphite with a strong line, are tangible and corporeal. However, they intermingle with ethereal and impalpable elements, drawn with thin watercolor layers. These figures, almost immaterial yet very close, reference to the unknown, the unseen, or even to our own fears or worries. Therefore, the inspiration to create these images can be found in sensations we all have experienced in some moment: nostalgia, curiosity, fear or insecurity. “Even if at first sight these images can seem mere fantasy, I try that the viewer can finally feel somehow identified with the sensations that my drawings transmit”. This free interpretations allows the reading not to go only in one direction, but to be expanded into multiple ways according to each one’s appreciation. Her influences vary from fashion illustration to photography or surrealist painting, with artists like René Gruau, David Downton, Erwin Blumenfeld or René Magritte.

Now she works as a freelance illustrator doing multiple projects such as concert posters, CD and book covers, or participating in events like Andorra Shopping Festival or Open Air Festival Barcelona. She is always developing her personal work and looking for new ways of expression.

More works in inastanimirova.com

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