Wild Hearts by Zachary Gibson – Bag Fry

Wild Hearts by Zachary Gibson – Bag Fry

Bag Fry is the pseudonym of Director / Designer Zachary Gibson. Originally from Nigeria, Zachary spent most of his childhood in the vast midwest. There his imagination blossomed and he began to take a keen interest in the arts. After grade school he pursued and graduated from Bethel College with a BA of Arts.

Shortly after he got west coast fever and packed up his life, moving to Los Angeles.

There he currently resides. You can usually find him with a hamburger in his mouth, and pen in his hand, and about 12 different projects going at once. His passion lies in the field of film and illustration, with a special emphasis in motion graphics. When he’s not up late working on a poster or music video you can find him cruising around on his Honda Nighthawk or getting lost in the ocean. He is always looking for new projects, specifically those that are partnered with good people willing to work hard and change the world.

Love Letters – Alphabet illustrated by Raul Alejandro, New York, USA

Love Letters - This was a self motivated project to illustrate the alphabet. Each letter is hand drawn by Raul Alejandro, New York, USA

Medium: Pencil and Ink Pens

About the artist:

Raul Alejandro graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from the School of Visual Arts in New York City with a heavy concentration in Motion Graphics and Typography. He is currently a freelance Illustrator and Broadcast Designer / Animator in New York City.

Instagram! @draw_ul

Pharrell Williams Illustrated by Alexander Dzivnel, Minsk, Belarus.

The musician and producer Pharrell Williams Illustrated by Alexander Dzivnel, Minsk, Belarus.

Technique: Watercolor / Specialties of the artist: Fine Arts, Painting, Illustration

Floral Skaterboards! PREEN by Thornton Bregazzi

About the brand:

Preen was founded in 1996 by Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, with a joint love of all things Victoriana, a passion for recycling, and with that masculine and feminine, hard/soft mix the couple bring to their designs. Their debut collection at London Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2001 composed of punkish elements; vintage lace and hand crafted effects,  this collection received rave reviews, described as a sartorial traditional clash, with a very British sense of tongue-in-cheek chic. Liberty Ross wore their ‘rosary bead’ blouse  to the British fashion awards straight from the runway, putting Preen firmly on the fashion map. Subsequent collections have built on this early success, with increasing sales and extensive press attention. As a regular must-see show on London Fashion week schedule, Preen made the decision to move their twice yearly runway shows to New York Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2008, becoming a much anticipated part of New York show calendar, Since showing in New York, the international exposure of Preen has magnified and sales doubled. They came back to London for their Spring Summer 2013 show, receiving rave reviews. Spring /Summer 2008 saw the launch of ‘Preen Line’, their contemporary line, this gave the designers an avenue for the rock and roll, easy wear elements of their design, with a strong emphasis on effortless everyday cool. With Preen EyeWear now in stores world wide for Spring summer 14 , Mini Preen now in its second season and Preen Shoes launching for Fall Winter 14/15 The Brand is constantly evolving and growing. Now designing six women’s wear collections a year, with a style that is described as deconstructed chic with a minimal opulence, Justin and Thea have grown their label from a tiny shop in London’s Portobello Road, to selling in over 25 countries world wide. Preen designs are worn by high profile women including Diane Kruger, Scarlett Johansson, Cate Blanchett, Carey Mulligan, Kate Bosworth, Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyonce, Rihanna and Michelle Obama.


Art Now: ”The Black Dynasty” by El Diablo, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Awesome work! Love the colors. ”The Black Dynasty” by El Diablo, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Merged Illustration styles in a 3 set posters representing our society´s values nowadays.

As an Illustrator I think I don´t I have a defined style yet, I´m always switching styles or mixing techniques depending on the project needs. A while ago I started to develop an interest for organic and anthropomorphous shapes, I´ve always been a huge fan of movies where monsters features are based on those kind of shapes, like John carpenter´s  The Thing, Brian Yuzna´s The Society or in a more cartoonish style; Katsuhiro Ōtomo´s Akira. For this project, I wanted to mix 2 of my favourite styles which is the organic, gross shapes and the vintage stamp style.

This project was intended to be Black & White but after doing some tests, somehow I thought this ones should be full color to reinforce the vintage style that I wanted to achieve.El Diablo

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