1. ‘Rockheads’ by Marc-Antoine Herrmann

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    ‘Rockheads’ is a stunning collection of minimalist portraits of musicians created using bold colours and vector graphics. Their creator Marc-Antoine Herrmann says about the work:

    “Fifty rockstars – for the moment – a very personal choice, based on my tastes for artists who have – at least for me – something remarkable…from Arcade Fire to John Lennon and moving to Adele, REM, Chuck Berry, Jarvis Cocker, Oasis, Paul Weller, Serge Gainsbourg, Radiohead, Moby and the White Stripes…

    ROCKHEADS is my way of depicting the musicians: sleek graphics and powerful colors. The minimalist line captures the essence of the personality of the artists. A look, a smile and sometimes a small reference to the history of the musician and you are eager to (re) explore the world and the songs of the artist. Harmonies of two or three colors echo the musical universe of the musician and give the designs an extra energy.”

  2. Fashion Fridays ~ RPW

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    RPW is a graduate of NSCAD University. He lives and works in Vancouver, where he creates artwork for international brands from all over the world. On his website you’ll find illustration work for Victoria’s Secret, Versace, DKNY and many more.

    RPW’s style is loose and free; it’s packed full of style but without all the fuss. His style changes slightly to suit the client, though he retains his identity throughout his work. For example, the Victoria’s Secret illustrations and sexy and provocative, whereas his acrylic Dior paintings feel more minimal; a less is more approach for that high-end couture look.

  3. Malika Favre

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    Having only recently stumbling on Malika Favre’s work, I am glad I did. Her balance of simple shapes and use of minimal colour create a very unique visual experience. She is French born, but now working in London, she started her career working for award-winning design studio Airside. Now, however, after developing her own distinct style and collaborating with numerous publications she has established herself as an independent illustrator.