Posts in Illustration
Illustrations by Juan Pablo Dellacha

This series brings together very different illustrations made for personal and editorial projects (both for print and digital media). They all have in common the use of landscapes (mainly islands, some more surreal, others inspired by real places) to narrate very detailed scenes and situations…

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Illustrations by Christophe Starace

In this series, I explore lively and powerful colors. The subject of these illustrations concerns idle youths, punks, and revolutionaries. I aim to reflect a more complex and dark society than current trends show: a kind of aspiration to wake up in colors people's mind.

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Children

Among my recurring figures, children and animals, united by a sort of acceptance of reality in which magic is allowed and angels, who are not Gods and do not judge our lives, but just watch over them…

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IllustrationRyan Berg
The Catastrophes

This series of drawings depict a number of surreal catastrophic events. The general idea and several images came to me back in the first half of 2016, before the world went crazy…

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IllustrationRyan Berg
Illustrations by Tolga Tarhan

This collection of images cover my personal works as well as some editorial pieces. I like to combine the landscape with geometric objects, dividing the perspective using blocks of colors and messing with the perception of space. Cutting the edge of one composition and overlapping with another, combining almost two separate artworks, mixing them in one composition is something I like to experience.

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IllustrationRyan Berg
Illustrations by Jonathan Vermersch

These images are a selection of works focusing on visual metaphors and surreal ideas. They’re an experimentation, some of them carry a message, but others are only sketch playfulness without any other intent. I like to play with symbols and create weird and intriguing imagery with my language. They’re good ways to get an idea across, and I’m still learning how to make it work, trying to keep it as simple as possible.

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IllustrationRyan Berg