Tag Archives: new editions

Novan V Adikresna and his series dedicated to David Bowie

Can you believe that it is over a year since we lost the great talent that was David Bowie? Neither can we! We recently stumbled across a digital artist called Novan V Adikresna. Born in Surabaya, Indonesia,  Akinrensas completes his art … Continue reading

Artist profile: JEROO for MONOKROME range

JEROO is a German graffiti artist and illustrator whose career spans over 20 years. Born in 1980, he received his diploma from the University of Constance in 2008. About the artist He began his artistic career in 1993 with a … Continue reading

The I-Spy collection: A tribute to Roger Moore

It is with great sadness, excitement and ultimately, coincidence, that the I-Spy range is being released with Graff.io. This range, created by Tom Finn, is inspired by stereotypical iconic British espionage characters views. This expanded into a much more comical … Continue reading

#119_Spirit Animals – the brand new range of fascinating designs.

Now available – #119_Spirit Animals Well, here we are again…introducing a brand new range which we are fascinated with: Spirit Animals contains a series of animals created solely by polygons, producing a completely unique look. So, after browsing the teasers, … Continue reading

Brian Donnelly and his fascinating face-melting portraits

Brian Donnelly, an artist based in Toronto, creates face-melting portraits. His artwork explores the definition of what is classed as art and what is not. He does this by trying to answer the question, “what is the breaking point at … Continue reading

Cabrera and hand-drawn headdresses

Ivette Cabrera is a Nicaraguan-born artist who currently works in Miami. Her pieces of work represent women of various cultures who’s headdresses are a symbol of power and importance. About her work The paradoxical ideas of womanhood compelled Cabrera to … Continue reading

Cult of Dang – and the influences of post-modern animation

Cult of Dang, an illustrative artist with clear intentions and influences of bringing together violence and sexuality. In her work, she creates surreal pop-visuals, captured and recreated from early manga art. She includes influences of post-modern anime. Furthermore, the focus … Continue reading

Head of Design: A look into the life of Guy…

Around three months ago Guy Boyle took a new position here at Graff.io and his life changed forever! As Head of Design, he will be working as part of the new and exciting ranges that are upcoming. Guy says ‘I’m … Continue reading

Peeta: a look into the life of a writer, painter and sculptor.

Peeta, real name, Manuel Di Rita is an Italian writer, painter and sculptor. He lives and works in Venice. In the year 2000, he rose to international fame with his unique style of 3D graffiti art. About his work Highly … Continue reading

Our art recommendations and opinions – by Naima.

It is often difficult to decide which pieces of art are our preferences, especially when the ranges continue to blossom. So, today we decided to ask Naima, one of our colleagues, for her opinion. You may have come across Naima … Continue reading

Stephanie Wunderlich and the Busy People collection

Stephanie Wunderlich is a German illustrator. She studied Communication Design at both FH Augsburg and ISIA Urbino and later graduated gaining her degree. After two years in advertising she became a freelance illustrator in Hamburg. About her work Jaunty figures … Continue reading