Mark The End (and the Beginning) of Your Year with Ekaterina Trukhan’s Cute Illustrations

Ekaterina Trukhan

Ekaterina Trukhan

I recently discovered the work of Russian illustrator Ekaterina Trukhan and felt that her cute illustrations were perfect for this time of year. Now based in London, Ekaterina has created a whole host of images that are sure to brighten up your holidays. One thing that I particularly love is her paper doll. If you visit her blog you’ll find a template there which you can print off and have your very own festive friend!

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Philip Kennedy

December 30, 2013 / By

Clayton Junior’s Great Editorial Illustrations

Clayton Junior - Therapy

Clayton Junior is a London-based illustrator originally from South Brazil. His editorial work is great and I love his use of color and shape. His work feels modern and vibrant and there’s a balance and personality to everything he makes. Over the last couple of years he’s worked with an impressive array of clients including publications such as the New Yorker, Monocle and The Guardian.

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Philip Kennedy

December 20, 2013 / By

Compelling Photographs of Life Off the Grid in Alec Soth’s ‘Broken Manual’

Alec Soth's Broken Manual 4

Alec Soth's Broken Manual 2

Broken Manual is a stunning series of photographs created by Alec Soth over a four-year period between 2006 and 2010. Inspired by men who have become disillusioned by society, the series shows the lives of those who have chosen to remove themselves from civilization. Consisting of portraits, landscapes and images of their habitats, the resulting work is a strange, poignant and at times disturbing view of the mysterious lives of a handful of men. Made up of hippies, hermits, monks and survivalists, it’s an amazing look at those who choose to live off the grid.

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Philip Kennedy

December 18, 2013 / By

Hannah Warren’s Nordic Map Is As Striking As It Is Beautiful

Hannah Warren - Noma Map

I’m a sucker for maps. I’m also a sucker for Northern Europe. In fact, I’m also a sucker for beautiful art books with great illustrations, so it’s really no wonder that I’m bowled over by this beautiful map created by the London-based illustrator Hannah Warren. Commissioned by Phaidon, the map is part of a book about the award-winning Danish restaurant NOMA. Hannah’s illustration really captures the idea of the cold and rugged Nordic landscape and it fits perfectly with the design of the book.

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Philip Kennedy

December 11, 2013 / By

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