Vincent Mahe, an illustrator from Paris, recently created this eye opening series of personal illustrations depicting the seven deathly sins in a modern contemporary way. His use of limited colors and negative space are simple but very effective. All in all this set of illustrations would look nicely side by side inside a frame.
Hi! I guess it’s about time for some kind of life update. A pulse, maybe? I’m alive, I’m here, I’m working like crazy, because this is what third year should be like, right? yes.
I apologize for my absence! This year is going by faster than I ever expected. So far, I’ve been getting 3-4 hours of sleep, slaving away from 8pm to 12am right before class, going to the occasional weird arty farty party on Thursdays, among other things. Life is good, I have to say. I don’t want to ever admit things like that but it’s good to acknowledge it before– you know–it’s gone. heh.
Another important thing that happened in my life: I was offered a design internship at GOOD Magazine this summer in LA! Exciting things are happening and I can’t contain myself. Meanwhile, I just want to survive my last few weeks of BFA 3. Maybe the next time you see me I’ll have more than just designer bags under my eyes. X____X
Until then, I’ll see ya, kool kats.
“Be a fan of your own work.” -Ed Fella #design (at CalArts)
I’ve been on this super femme power trip for the past year and so my first ever screenprinted poster should be no surprise. Kinda proud of my first collab :) I think my biceps got a much needed workout in the process.