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Denver-based artist Jaime Molina has a very specific aesthetic. Clearly influenced by folk art, Molina’s work seems to be part of a larger narrative, complete with characters and such. We love it all, but are really taken with his 3D sculpture work, which has a whimsical, yet rustic feel. We particularly love how Molina uses nails to form the hair of his bearded characters. Though the nails are of varying sizes and seem to be placed almost haphazardly, there’s also a uniformity that’s really intriguing. Some of these intricate pieces even open to reveal a sort of center “skull”. Awesome work, so imaginative.

Via cuttyup.com and Instagram

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Istanbul-based designer/illustrator Selman HOŞGÖR has a distinctive collage style. We love how he merges vintage photography with illustration and typography. In less capable hands, this series could come across as rather pedestrian, novice work. But HOŞGÖR really hits the mark with these. Great balance of uniformity between each piece to come across as a true series. Could definitely see these evolving into other series… love his style.

Via Behance

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New York-based designer Evan Robertson may be something of a bookworm, but just about anyone can appreciate his literature-inspired series of prints, The Illustrated Quotation Project. Robertson takes lines from some of his favorite authors and turns them into these superb, clever posters (for sale here). We like the variety of Robertson’s high-contrast style, but also the uniformity of the series. Well done, looking forward to seeing more.

Via obviousstate.com

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Italian creative agency Visiva created these great “hero” illustrations. Love the style and uniformity… would make a great poster series. Happy Friday!

Via Behance

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