Federico Babina has just released a new project called Archiatric, which depicts 15 different conditions as works of architecture in various states of repair. The designs are chillingly abstract, but for anyone living with the agony of mental illness, they’re all too accurate.
Marco Melgrati is an Italian artist and illustrator who illustrate the truth of modern life with his surreal style.
Korean artist Lee Yungho from Seoul loves to read and draw and combines these passions in the creation of unusual surreal drawings.
Steve Cutts is a London-based illustrator who uses his talents to comment on the dire state of today’s world. Inspired by ‘the insanity of humanity’, his work shines a spotlight on the complacency of humankind, the rise of social media, consumerism, capitalism and addiction to technology amongst other issues of modern life.
Ari Weinkle collection called Spirals, a visual exploration with vibrant colors. He experiments the color, the rhythm as well as the repetition in always surprising and very aesthetic works.
David Zinn has stalked the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, creating temporary illustrations with chalk and charcoal. Zinn improvises each piece on the spot and makes use of found objects, street fixtures, and stairsteps to create trompe l’oeil illusions.
Kate and Joo! Husband Joo Spent 5 Years Illustrating His Love for His Wife Kate.