Fabiola Morcillo is an architect and illustrator based in Chile. In 2014, she started her project called 1989, which includes her illustrations created using AutoCad. Morcillo mixes isometric views and penchant for Japanese architecture with a little pop culture and fantasies.
Korean artist Paige Jiyoung Moon studied illustration at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California where she still lives and works.
It isn’t her style that is particularly naturalistic though, it is her subject matter. Her style is slightly exaggerated in perspective, as she often places viewers so that it feels as if we are hovering above the scene, looking down on it from afar.
Korean artist Yeom Jihee‘s monochromatic mixed media drawings feature a disorderly assemblage of figures and impossible objects, set in environments where the physical plane extends into a blank space of nothingness. Jihee uses these explorations of infinity, reflection, symmetry, and perspective to express her feelings of emotional conflict, or in her words, “a loss of self-control due to overwhelming fear.”
California-based artist Eric Petersen‘s style is influenced by instructional graphics, video games and the look of vintage comics of the 1940s. He draws uniform lines on a computer to strip away some of the human element and expressive quality seen in non-digital work. He uses perspective and unnatural colors to set up a voyeuristic feeling and create an unsettling mood. Petersen is interested in the combination of a purely functional illustration style with an emotional scene.
Eric’s subject matter typically consists of people and simple environments. He aims to create a sense of ambiguity and allow the viewer to imagine their own narrative.
Watch closely as this painting mysteriously morphs and changes in perspective from various positions. Brian Weaver’s clever work on perspective boggles our mind as the viewer walks through the gallery and demonstrates this piece hanging at Gallery at Ice in Windsor, UK. Visit more of Brian Weaver’s work at http://www.brianweavers.co.uk/
And Miranda July, who is married to Mike Mills, has her own film about to be released. It is called ‘The Future.” Here is this film’s summary: “IN THEATERS JULY 29th! In her follow-up to ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW, internationally-acclaimed artist, author and filmmaker Miranda July returns with this story of a thirty-something couple whose decision to adopt a cat changes their perspective on life, literally altering the course of time and testing their faith in themselves and each other.”
King Robbo and Banksy have got some pretty good beef going on. We think some good old competition is healthy. Here’s an interview with Robbo that gives his perspective and what he wants out of his return to the game.