Monthly Archives: April 2011

Let me share with you the posters designed by the very talented team of Moxy Creative House.  They create posters of famous musicians, classic movies, and even iconic eyewear!  I love their minimalist style in their posters–they proved how famous these celebrities and movie characters are by just illustrating the clothes (or eyewear) that made them…well…ICONIC.

Here are some of my favorites:

ENSEMBLE: The Style of Music


FRAMEWORK: Eyewear Made Famous



One thing that’s great about art is that you can use and experiment on almost anything.  Audrey Kawasaki’s works is a good example for she uses wood as her canvas.  Audrey not only makes use of a different kind of medium but she also uses a unique style in her artworks.  She was in fact known for combining two art styles in her works.  “A fusion of art nouveau and manga” is the best way to describe her paintings. Most of her subjects are innocent-looking women, but are posed suggestively, giving us a subtle hint of eroticism.  Collectively, her works are melancholic and mysterious, leaving the audience to interpret what her subjects (the women) are trying  to tell.  As an article from Vogue says, Audrey’s subjects are like modern Mona Lisas.