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Ekaterina Koroleva is a graphic designer and illustrator who lives and works in Berlin. Patternbank love her distinctive style using inks and solid silouhette shapes to create these sophisticated illustrations. You can see more of her work at behance.net, flickr.com and at her website.
Dealing with themes of memory and change, Thornton uses family photos, pop culture, world events, and outdated media to illustrate the modern relevance of these past objects and events. The use of erasure and fragmentation represent memory's imperfections. Pixelation and computer manipulation represent the physical world me[...]
Love the technique C Maxwell Morris is using on these paintings, many of them are created by placing glass over the original acrylic on canvas. From this multiple artworks are created that each have an interesting quality of their own that look like modern psychedelic marbling . He has a great sense for colour and minimal c[...]
San Francisco-based artist Klari Reis is creating a new Petri dish painting every day in 2013 for her Daily Dish project. Klari uses the creative process of both painting and science in this mesmerising project. Patternbank love the unnatural but beautiful textures, shapes and random pattern Reis is creating in this optical [...]