HEAD FLOWS by Oleg Soroko, Moscow, Russian Federation
”Lines forming the pattern generated by a script. I chose different options for dissemination of lines on the head model and then convert them into 2d drawing. Lines are not just a portrait. I wanted to show the vision of such a familiar object like a human head on a different level of perception. At the level of the sound vibrations, magnetic fields and radiation energy.” - Oleg Soroko
London Collections: Men inspired Amsterdam-based illustrator Sella Molenaar to create some drawings for Fucking Young! Online, featuring some of our favorite collections for Fall/Winter 2015.
About the artist:
“I love art and fashion, but most of all I love to draw.”
I’m a former student of the Antwerp Fashion Academy, studied contemporary art at the University of Utrecht but above all I have been drawing all my life. I like to make streetstyle and fashion illustrations, go to parties, visit art galleries and just keep myself busy with all the fun and beautiful things in this world. Fashion, art and the people around me are my main sources of inspiration, but I draw practically everything that caught my eye in a positive way. My drawings are often fast and direct registrations of the people, clothes and situations that occur around me and inspire me. A sketch book and water resistant ink markers are therefore always in my bag.
Besides my commissioned projects I make free work and am a contributor to the mens style blog JanMarcel.com and style platform Stijlmeisje.com. I love to meet new people and I’m open for creative challenges, cross overs and collaborations. – Sella Molenaar
Art Now: The Pretty Things by Spiros Halaris, New York, NY, USA.
Spiros Halaris was born in Athens, GR (1989). He is a New York | London based multi-disciplinary artist working across illustration, art direction and typography. As a creative he has worked for some of the world’s leading advertising agencies, luxury fashion brands, publications and institutions.
His work has been exhibited in London, Brussels and also at the Arnhem Mode Biennale. He is a graduate of London College of Fashion (Fashion Illustration) and Middlesex University (Graphic Design) and was awarded with an Entrepreneur Award by University of the Arts in 2012.
Vanity Fair, Vogue UK, Vogue Nippon, Computer Arts, Digital Arts, Harper’s Bazaar, Madame Figaro, FFFound, Delood, Design Week, The Telegraph, Gestalten, Marie Claire, Taschen
See more work of this talented artist here.
Tyler Spangler’s work focuses on the formalist relationship between images removed from their original context. He explores the connotations of color, form, and photography through the medium of digital collage. His designs are colorful and unabashedly chaotic. Over the last two years, Tyler has created five 440 paged books filled with his own designs and worked on countless collaborations internationally.
He has a BA in Psychology and is an Art Center College of Design dropout. He ran an illegal punk venue for 13 shows until it got shut down by police. Tyler currently freelances and works with clients in the music, surf, and textile industry.
Client List: Aaryn West Textile, Beach Riot Swimwear, Dazed & Confused Magazine, DimePiece LA, DuJour Magazine, Electric Sunglasses, Fyasko Clothing, Hello Mr Magazine, Hunt+Gather Studio, Innerlight Surf Shop, Mage Design, Making Time, Mowgli Clothing, Plndr, Rip N Dip Clothing, Self-Titled Magazine, SUPERbrand Surfboards, Tallow Gallery Clothing, What Youth Magazine, Whitney Chamberlin Photography.