Tag Archives: graphic

Pawel Kwiatkowski


Love this work by Polish Artist Pawel Kwiatkowski.


Vintage Packaging

Posted a few on our Facebook Page this week, but thought it was about time to put a full set of random vintage finds up!

Continue reading

Old Soviet Children’s Games

See the rest here.

1950/60s MANGA!

Seen a couple of these floating around but never a full set like this…LOVE!

Few more to check out over at the awesome Retronaut.

Brian Sensebe

Absolutely love these mixed media pieces by NY based Artist, Brian Sensebe.

See more on his website here.

Kyle Jorgensen

Loving this submission from Kyle Jorgensen of Portland Oregon, USA. Mainly Acrylics on panel. Super cool style!

Check out more at his Website, plus loads more on his Flickr!

Tobias Hall

Nice submission from London based Illustrator/Mural Artist/Designer, Tobias Hall.

Illustration – ‘Golden’

A series of illustrations focusing on some iconic reactions to winning gold at the London Olympics.

Felix Sanchez, Dominican Republic. (Men’s 400m Hurdles)

Mo Farah, Great Britain. (Men’s 5000m & 10000m)

Chad le Clos, South Africa. (Men’s 200m Butterfly)

David Rudisha, Kenya. (Men’s 800m)


Mural Work – ‘Birds’

I was asked to paint some birds on the wall of a new Zizzi restaurant in Cardiff, Wales. Thought i’d change it up a bit and re-visit a graphical style I used for a mural I completed in Kenilworth a while back. It was good fun.

And finally, as it’s one of our favourite albums..


See more at:



Few graphic .GIFs I’ve found around, plus a couple of my own (first 2). If you are still stuck on dial-up (!?) I wouldn’t recommend clicking to see the rest..

Continue reading

Packaging Porn – Marou Chocolate

Some serious love has gone into this product, see how much in this awesome little making of video! 🙂

First spotted on thedieline.

Ramón Nuñez – Iconos Universales (Universal Icons)

Another great submission from a Dirt Cheap favourite, Venezuelan Artist Ramón Nuñez. From his latest project “Iconos Universales” (Universal Icons).

See the full project here.