Trash Art – Disposable Realities

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of Spanish artists Francisco de Pajaro and Luis Vassallo. Francisco de Pajaro creates disposable, transformative artworks using discarded rubbish and hand-crafted materials. Whereas Vassallo takes photos of classic street paraphernalia and accessorises them with thick, painted shapes. Both artists alter everyday objects and transform them into obscure realities. To view more work ...
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Capsule – Artist’s Exhibition

Stylesight was in Las Vegas this week to catch the latest trends from Capsule: A fashion and lifestyle trade event showcasing a collection of street wear labels, independent designers and high-end, contemporary brands. Here is a selection of artwork we admired at Capsule's mini exhibition, showcasing some of the best emerging talent from the world of graphic design. Brooklyn-based artist, Hisham Bharoocha tries to show ...
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Bryan Olson – Scientific Surrealism

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of American artist Bryan Olson. Olson is a collage artist and musician based in North Carolina. His signature cut and paste style is inspired by retro imagery and sci-fi day dreams. To view more work visit www.bryanolsoncollage.com To view more work visit www.bryanolsoncollage.com
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Editor’s Choice: Fruity Prints

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at the emerging print trend of illustrated fruit patterns and placements. Brightly illustrated fruits create a bold, simplistic impact.
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Caroline Larsen – Tapestries Or Paintings?

Caroline Larsen applies paint in a style that resembles tapestry stitches, cleverly deceiving the viewer into believing they are intricate tapestries, when in fact they are oil paintings. These artworks look as if paint has been woven onto canvas, as thick brush strokes are layered and applied in rich colors to depict realistic scenes of burning cars and cargo ships. Caroline is ...
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Editor’s Choice – Watercolor Checks

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at the emerging print trend of watercolor checks and plaids.  Watercolor lines painted in summer brights pop on clean, white grounds. Black and white adds a graphic stamp to blurred and painterly checks. Stripes intertwine and overlap creating multicolored patterns. Stylesight predicted ...
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Folded – Eli Craven

American artist Eli Craven uses found imagery, vintage photographs and film stills from books and carefully folds them, forming new pieces of art. This simple but effective method conceals and transforms the original image, allowing Craven to create her own narrative. Craven says, "As I looked through them, I really wanted to see them come together, touch lips, make love, ...
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Women’s Retail – Summer Print + Pattern Trends

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at a few of the emerging print and pattern trends from women's retail this month. Retailer's take inspiration from traditional African batik prints and re-color them with bright hues. Bold, brush strokes in rainbow hues enliven women's apparel. Black silhouettes of ...
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Pawel Nolbert – Camouflowers

We couldn't help but feel inspired when we stumbled across Pawel Nolbert's series of camouflage patterns titled "Woodland", "Clouds" and "Frogskin".  Pawel Nolbert juxtaposes military patterns with objects of beauty, transforming camouflage into surreal and futuristic realms.  
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Michiel Schuurman – Silk Screen Posters

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of Dutch graphic designer Michiel Schuurman. Schuurman, currently based in Amsterdam specializes in typography and poster design. He combines bright colors, warped realities, harsh perspectives, and trippy patterns which he often screen prints himself. To view more work visit Michiel Schuurman. To view more work visit Michiel Schuurman.
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Editor’s Choice – New Found Talents

The Stylesight Graphic's Team was in Harrogate last week for the annual Home & Gift show where we met some wonderfully talented designers and illustrators. Here are a few of our favorites. We fell in love with Gillian Arnold's pressed floral prints, lovingly created by dying wild weeds and turning them into deeply moody, rich pieces of art. We can't help but ...
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Siggi Eggertsson – Painted By iPad

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of Icelandic artist Siggi Eggertsson. Known for his obscured geometric, iconic style, Eggertsson has worked with clients such as H&M, Stussy and The New York Times. Here Eggertssons' vibrant, tribal portraits, landscapes, animals and typography are all hand-painted on an iPad. This technological tool gives a contemporary digital edge while also ...
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Print & Pattern Kids – New Book

Stylesight recently received a preview of the latest book from the wonderful Print & Pattern blog, Print & Pattern: Kids, showcasing some of the best (and cutest) illustrations and surface designs for little ones. Marie Perkins, the founder of the Print and Pattern phenomenon, has carefully selected designs from both successful commercial studios and emerging designers. We absolutely adore the book; it's full of great inspiration for stationary, ...
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Texprint 2013 – Print Design

Texprint selects and showcases the best of British textile design graduates across print, knit, weave, embroidery and mixed media. Stylesight popped along to see the inspirational work and here we have highlighted our favorite picks from printed textile design. Influenced by fashion, film and the paintings of the old master, Alice Archer uses digital embroidery to re-create traditional embroidery patterns. Florence Angelica Colson's collection titled "Ornamental ...
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Editor’s Choice – Bread & Butter

Stylesight’s graphics team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen at Bread & Butter this week in Berlin. Here are some of the key trends for the upcoming S/S 14 season. The Tiger face graphic is the go-to animal graphic for this season, with so many renditions and interpretations on show at Bread & Butter. Tropadelic prints in ...
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