Young illustrator, copyrighter and designer, Eduardo Salles, has great sense of humor and has a formula which encapsulates his ironic commentary on the internet, politics, TV and daily habits: Design + humor + social critique. In this digital age, using smartphones, deciphering icons, and clicking “like” have become second nature. In the series called Cinismo Ilustrado (Cynicism Illustrated), Eduardo Salles, creates a series of posters that touch on these ideas as well as other cynical viewpoints with a humorous approach.
Italian photographer and illustrator Giulia Pex has turned her dad into a superhero by adding imaginative drawings to his photos. She captured photos of her dad standing on the roof, riding his motorcycle, ripping off his button-down shirt, then added in whimsical illustrations to make these not-so-super events much more magical.
Artist Anna Keville Joyce based in Argentina creates beautiful pieces of edible art from rice, seeds and vegetables. Her series of illustrations titled “A Tribute to Budgie” started when she lost her pet bird, she took a moment of grief and turned it into something beautiful with her plate illustrations. She also made some other fascinating food paintings.