Today I bring you the work of Romanian based artist and illustrator Aitch. Aitch’s work is inspired by her travels, naturalistic illustrations, Naive art, legends, and folklore from around the work. Below are some of my favorite works of hers.
Skeletons, Creepy, Skulls, Weird, Whimsical, Outlander, Skull Art
Stephan Doitschinoff Oratorio. Stephan Doitschinoff—the Brazilian street artist also known as Calma—creates a unique visual language and style by embracing his eclectic influences. Themes in his paintings and murals are inspired by an informed spiritual history and heritage, filtered through a distinctly urban point of view. The resulting imagery is rich in religious symbolism, often accompanied by Latin text as well as pichação (a style of graffiti writing, native to São Paolo).
Illustration for the magazine The New Republic in the article "Alan Greenspan Is Still Trying to Justify His Bad Decisions" talking about his last book "The Map and the Territory: Risk, Human Nature, and the Future of Forecasting".