Debut Art’s roster is seeing some shiny new faces! From José Bernabé’s exquisite typography, to Marcin Wolski’s moody scenes, to Christian Gralingen’s surreal scenes meet technical diagrams, to Jennifer Dionisio’s modern noir, and to Edu Fuentes’ bold paper animations, these five new artists are redrawing the tenets of traditional illustration.
As we bid 2017 adieu and look forward to a bright 2018, Debut Art’s roster is also seeing some shiny new faces! From typography, to painterly, to paper, to pen-and-ink, these five new artists are redrawing the tenets of traditional illustration. Amsterdam-based artist Jose Bernabe’s exquisite typography will transport you to a world of unique textures. Marcin Wolski's moody illustrations pay homage to retro games and socialist-era posters from his home country of Poland.
Inspired by scientific publications, construction plans, and technical drawings, Berlin-based artist Christian Gralingen illustrates surreal yet technical environments. Back in London, Jennifer Dionisio serves up modern noir pen-and-ink illustrations in a distinct vintage aesthetic, while Edu Fuentes combines bold colors and geometry to build fantastical paper cut animations.
represented by Début Art