Noelia Lozano is a very enthusiastic graphic designer from Spain. She first studied journalism and the basics of communication until having a degree in telecommunications and computer systems. Finally Noelia Lozano decided to turn her life where she always have been attracted and study graphic design. Where she obviously develops her skills doing great works particularly with paper crafts.


It is the project of Guy Laramee that turns a stack of books in real sculptures thanks to his talents. A wonderful result, made painstakingly and details. The whole is to discover later in the article through a series of images.


Born in 1977 in Cologne and brought up in the southern German countryside, he lived most of his youth in an alternative commune and identifies a strong connection between the development of his photographic work and the influence of his parents, a cinematographer and child therapist. At the age of 13, he followed his father’s photographic career by picking up a camera and experimenting with all sorts of “magical tricks”, developing his photographic imagination and skills with friends and family and later honing his technique in commercial settings.

After pursuing studies in teaching children with disabilities at the Pädagogische Hochschule in Freiburg, he moved to London, earned a degree in the Theory and History of Photography at Surrey Institute of Art and Design, and became submerged within the London photographic scene, where he worked as picture editor, art director and photographic director. He quickly set up two photographic collectives, Young Photographers United and photodebut, followed more recently by the Photographer’s Office. His body of photographic work focusing on the ‘homo ludens’ – the man who learns through play, is itself built from a playful integration of pedagogical theory with his own personal experiences of play and memories of childhood.

Jan von Holleben’s work has been exhibited internationally and published widely throughout the world.


Robert started his career as an Art Director at Paregos in 1998. He quickly created himself a name as a talented designer by winning the Prix D’Italia award in 1999 for Best innovative solution with the website of the Swedish TV-show Mosquito ( Since then he founded his own interactive agency, North Kingdom, together with Roger Stighäll in 2003 and he has become one of the world’s most awarded Interactive Designer/ Art Directors with six golds and one Grand Prix in Cannes, two One Show golds naming a few.Robert grew up north in Sweden in a small town called Skellefteå and moved to Stockholm recently where he lives and breaths design in all forms that it may come. He always works with personal design project besides his professional ones and some of these can be found in his personal online portfolio Designchapel.Roberts uncle Allan Lundström was a photographer and artist and with him as a close friend it become natural for him to start mix medias.


Specializing primarily in graphite and charcoal drawings on paper, Justin Meyers has spent the majority of his time focusing on the aspect of realism in portraiture and still life as his main focus within his body of work. Justin attended a number of different schools and universities around the Nebraska area during 1996 to 2000 before settling in Savannah, Georgia, where he graduated with a B.F.A. degree in painting in 2003. Meyers currently lives around the Omaha, Nebraska, area where he works as a full time artist.

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Benjamin is who might be called a “Digital Painter”. Indeed, it has a full touch screen PC, on which he draws his works directly (no need for graphics palette so). Benjamin has made several Chinese comics such as One Day, Orange, and Remember. He also participated in collectives like Seven Swords and The Chronicles of Beijing.

Focus on the illustrator Alexis Marcou who master the skill with various tools to create stunning illustrations. Between sketches and photographic retouching, it manages to immerse us in his works. More images of the artist’s website: