Highly influenced by horror movies and Italian Art Deco, Daniel Zender’s colorful yet eerie illustrations have added some edge to numerous publications including The New York Times and Variety. He has illustrated hard-hitting issues such as war, security, race relations, and water waste, and has published is own comics and zines like Giving In and Nope.
VISUALOUNGE MAG — November 29, 2017
Sebastian Weiss’s photography is fueled by his interest in unique architectural urban shapes.
VISUALOUNGE MAG — July 4, 2017
Portuguese designer Serafim Mendes created this 3D alphabet as his personal contribution for the 36 Days of Type project.
VISUALOUNGE MAG — May 15, 2017
Illustrator Jungho Lee is based in Seoul where he creates surreal illustrations for books and is also in the process of working on his own picture book.
VISUALOUNGE MAG — April 15, 2017
Cami, known as Camellie, is an illustrator born on the shores of the Danube in Romania who’s been working freelance for the past seven years while traveling and getting inspired by the beauty of various landscapes and cultures.
Camellie — April 21, 2016