VF Magazine has put together a terrific piece on the fine art of album covers,
Brazilian artist Carlos Meira is an illustrator who specializes in paper sculptures, like these done for the U.S. magazine Sierra. His works jump off the page, even when reproduced in print. Meira often creates personal projects such as Paradise, below.
One of Canada’s most famous exports, the Mountie, is the subject of a visually stunning exhibition highlighting books and magazine covers featuring the fabled Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The University of Alberta collection is called Mounties on the Cover.
Oscar Cahén (1916–1956) fled Nazi Germany in 1939 and settled in Canada. One of the founders of Painters Eleven, Cahén was in the vanguard of the Canadian abstract art movement while working as a successful commercial illustrator. Cahén supported his painting with the success of his commercial illustrations. He […]
Japanese artist Takeuma graduated in graphic design and works now in conceptual illustration in Kyoto. He has a full portfolio at Studio Takeuma, here. But he also loves to sketch.
An Alberta art gallery wants your most creative Mail Art for a project that celebrates Canada’s 150th Anniversary. Dreaming of Canada is calling on artists, designers, illustrators, and the artistically inclined to mail in small scale art to be used in an exhibit showing later this year.