Pawel Nolbert (Poland) - Atypical

Pawel Nolbert is a Warsaw based multidisciplinary artist & designer crossing the boundaries of the various talents: from illustration, typography, digital design, 3D design to photography. During the past decade, he gained experience creating visual work for brands like Google, Verizon, Adobe, Nike, Sony, Nvidia, Polaroid, Grammy’s, Mercedes-Benz, Dodge, Red Bull, Jagermeister, Disney and many more big and small clients, agencies or studios.

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[more Pawel Nolbert | artist found at darksilenceinsuburbia]


Sego Y Ovbal

Selected works from Mexican street artist Sego. He uses the name Ovbal for his abstract style and Sego for his hyper-detailed organic style.

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chema madoz is a surrealist photographer whose work i’ve seen floating around the interwebs but never knew who was behind them. his work stood out to me because it was funny and clever, which is a unique quality for surrealism.


'Unity' and other Installations by Bohyun Yoon



Justin Plunkett (South Africa) - Con/Struct (2014)

Justin Plunkett is an artist, designer, and photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa and has two decades of experience in design and creative direction.  Con/Struct is an exploration into the themes of empowerment and imagination. Plunkett, using his own photography, has created new juxtaposed environments that encourage questioning and exploration: inviting the debate around how marketing- induced aspiration and perceived value can empower but can also corrupt, how it can be both perverse and create beauty. At the same time, at the core of his work, he honours and applauds ingenuity and the creative spirit.

© All images courtesy the artist

[more Justin Plunkett | artist found at Colossal]


Maykel Lima



Totally digging these abstract, brushed-out illos by Molly Mendoza.

This is coming to you live from Molly; sick in bed! I got called by my friend
who told me that The Fox Is Black posted my illustrations for Jungle Gym on their website. At first I was too snotty to understand but WOAH!!! THANK YOU, THE FOX IS BLACK!! Thank you for your kind words and featuring my work - means so much to me. xoxo