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abstract

  1. Sheree Domingo

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    Sheree is currently studying Illustration and Comic Art at the Achool of Art and Design Kassel, Germany. Her blog has a huge amount of work, especially comics. I love her alternative ‘indie’ style, which is quite abstract and loose. I really hope to see her work in my favourite comic shop, Gosh in London, one day soon. She seems the sort to be unconstrained by our ‘set rules’ of how to create comics, and I believe it’s people like her who will break the mould and do incredibly exciting things with the medium.

  2. Riccardo Guasco

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    There is an embarrassingly good ensemble of work to be enjoyed on Riccardo’s website. This ranges from illustration, paint on canvas, short narratives, clothing and more. I love the way his shapes seem to fold over each other effortlessly to become beautiful pieces of work.

    Riccardo was born in Alexandria in 1975 and now lives in Casale Monferrato in Italy. His influences include Picasso, Munari and Rodari.

  3. Eunjung Shin

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    Abstract, absurd and very dark humour at times, Eunjung Shin’s work has that little spark of brilliance that sets it apart from others. And the detail! This is intricate work that has been painstakingly crafted. Eunjung Shin currently works as an artist and illustrator for Indivisualplay. Take a look at her Behance portfolio, and in particular I recommend the beautiful collection of work in the ‘Works of Indivisual Play’ section.

  4. Cristian Grossi

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    Cristian Grossi is a graphic designer, illustrator and fabric designer from Italy. Some of his designs can be very minimal, yet others are intricate and crammed from of details. His vibrant colours and clean vector style line work are what epitomise his visual creations. The abstract nature of his designs can be hypnotic, strange and disturbing, in the best sense of the word.