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Tinaa
Tinaa





Rosanna Webster

Rosanna is a brilliant young designer and artist. She uses different communication techniques, from illustrations to video-projections. The outcome is an elegant and romantic mix of media and a real identifiable mood.

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Lena Wolff is a mixed-media artist, and that’s probably what makes her works so nice and appealing. I just love her compositions and abstractions, tones and materials. Have a look!

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Pen Pencil Stencil

Mark Giglo, is a designer, illustrator and photographer living in Oakland. If you feel like drawing and being back in the days this morning, these nice wooden toys and pencils might make your day. There’s a shop online and a blog worth to be visited.

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Andrea Wan

She’s Andrea and we love her drawings. Might be because of the texture of the paper, or her skills in storytelling or the use of colours. Or simply the sum of these.

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klasherbert

Do you like axonometric views, color paint drop and happy illustrations?
So what, you have to see the works by Klas Ernflo, the umpteenth brilliant designer from Scandinavia.
We found really interesting a typographic poster with short story “Sheep May Safely Graze” by Jess Row, and we would like to have his textile footballs made from wool fabrics to play with our friends after Easter monday bbq.

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Kevin Buist

I wish i could get postcards like these landscapes! The images of Kevin Buist remind me a bit of the work of Rob Johannesma, Cinque Terre. Rob’s work is based on the concept that landscapes are shaped by culture. The dualism is one one of the aspects of collage technique, which unites different elements with the aim of create sense and surprise. LIke in Kevin’s series Presidents.

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Hugo Lugo

I like the work of Hugo, this combination between objects and surrounding. Combining real items, such as paper, with drawings who are cooperating to create sense.

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