Matthew Custar – Retro Inspired Illustrations

Matthew Custar is an artist and designer who creates brilliant illustration work. Using a very retro eighties colour palette, Custar’s work is bright, bold and beautiful.

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Ivan Dixon and Paul Robertson – Simpsons Pixels

Animators Ivan Dixon and Paul Robertson recently made a number of animated GIFs featuring all of our favourite Simpsons characters bouncing around. On top of the funky little loops, the duo hooked up with musician Jeremy Dower to created an 8-bit version of our favourite cartoon intro. Watch the video after the jump!

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Chow Hon Lam – Part Time Job

Chow Hon Lam is an artist and designer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia who creates awesome (and almost “adorable”) graphic work for t-shirts and digitally. In the series entitled “Part Time Job,” Lam’s created a series of designs where comic book characters utilize their superhuman skills to benefit them in their everyday work.

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Eyes on Walls Presents: “Endpire” by Alex Cherry

The End Is Here – New York, Los Angeles and Paris are all underwater. Alex Cherry created the ‘Endpire’ Series imagining a world where icons of our most powerful cities, seen from miles around by thousands of people at any given time, are underwater. This is what the artist had to say about the work:

“The idea is that each image is from the viewpoint of the last person alive to see that monument in person. It’s like you’re just sitting here, alive, but also knowing that there’s 0% chance for survival”, says Cherry.

Prints from ‘Endpire’ are now available in a variety of Fine Art Print formats as well as in a set of 3 Mini Art Blocks. Alex Cherry’s work is published exclusively by Eyes On Walls.

Endpire by Alex Cherry

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Etienne Lavie – OMG Who Stole My Ads?

French artist Etienne Lavie brilliantly revisits art and advertising in his series “OMG Who Stole My Ads?” In this series we can imagine our current day landscape which is littered with corporate advertising, now replaced with beautiful works of classical art.

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