Quite a contrasting topic, having the nuns with the hartlit. The nude woman with the fully clothed woman is very contrasting. The figures are drawn quite cartoon like and simpley drawn which is good.

Spotlight: Anita Kunz We had the pleasure to have a phone interview with Anita Kunz, a Canadian-born artist and illustrator. Anita Kunz is one of the most known illustrators nowadays, she has worked.

Like the left illustration, cover. Think it is very realsitic but still works well and has a sort of complicated look.

Like the left illustration, cover. Think it is very realsitic but still works well and has a sort of complicated look.

Quite a strange illustration with lots of colour and realistic elements. There are some vector elements which are sort of shapes and stand out nicely

"Steve Maobs": Unused Fortune Magazine Cover *** An unused cover concept for Fortune Magazine, merging Steve Jobs and Chairman Mao into a single iconic figure. *** by Alex Varanese, via Behance

Quite a complex illustration which is more realistic. Dont really like as much as the cartoon effect

Fortune Magazine commissioned Chris Ware to do the cover for their annual Fortune 500 issue. He responded with the brilliant critique of capitalism you see above. Fortune promptly rejected it.

Really like the cartoon like effect of the portraits. The illustration is simple although very effective.

The Economist On Evolution: Survival Of The Unfit To Print

The Economist is of merkel the person in control of the Germany Euro crisis

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This week’s cover: a controlled break-up of the euro would be hugely risky and expensive. So is waiting for a solution to turn up.

Looks very similiar of the cartoons in news paper and is very simple. Is black and white and simply outlined. The speech bubbles are drawn ruffly and the composition works well because it is simple and sort of grid like.

Looks very similiar of the cartoons in news paper and is very simple. Is black and white and simply outlined. The speech bubbles are drawn ruffly and the composition works well because it is simple and sort of grid like.

Like the cartoon people who sort of contrast with the more realistically drawn image of the monster. The characters are quite nice and simply drawn which is very effective.

The Economist front page is one of the best contrarian indicators around.

Very cartoon like illustration. Has a simply look which is outlined and exaggerated

Very cartoon like illustration. Has a simply look which is outlined and exaggerated

Really love the siluettes of the people instead of just having them normally. Creates a simple and geometric look to the illustration which really works and makes the illustration more cartoon like. I also like how the images of the siluettes are contrasting with the light ness in the cover and the contrasting looks really effective and interesting because it seems very unrealistic.

NEW YORK - Portuguese illustrator Jorge Colombo, has graced the June cover of The New Yorker Magazine with art he produced entirely on his iPhone. The original finger painting Colombo created in about an hour standing outside Madame Tussuad's’s.

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