In the style reminiscent of Charley Harper, British illustrator Neil Stevens channels a mid-century design spirit in this series of postage stamps. The colors are bright and bold, and the animal shapes simplified to make geometric forms.
Artist Jing Zhang has a really nice series of posters exploring Nature and Us, using human body shapes to illustrate some of the ways our environments are changing, and the ways humans are effecting them.
Artist Marco Oggian has a series that explores individuality and commonality at the same time, called One Hundred Stories, One Face.
A fantastic series of screen prints from Stellavie feature some of the world's most famous and critically acclaimed film directors.
A group of designers from Bulgaria and Italy have a collection of cute and quirky animated GIFs that all bring the Halloween spirit to life.
A collection of exceptional animal illustrations for the new book Saving Species, by James Gilleard
A colorful article by the New York Times all about the benefits of eating meals as a family. Illustrations by Amrita Marino.
Artists love big canvasses, as it allows for large, impactful visions. Tennis courts have lately become interesting outlets for painters.
UK artist Jesper Lindborg has a remarkable series of digitally created hands, experimenting with textures, forms, and motion.
This series of bright, angular posters by Charis Tsevis showcase racing horses charging for the finish line for the Royal Ascot competition.
Isabel Emrich is a master of painting water, as evident in her series of pool portraits, showcasing women submerged, half-submerged, and peacefully floating in rippling water.
In the same way that countries have flags, they also often have 'national animals', special creatures that stand as mascots for that country's identity.
Artist Elsa Mora explores the human brain, creating paper forms that resemble the two cortexes, using beautifully intricate folds and cuts.