Brosmind is a studio based in Barcelona founded by Juan and Alejandro Mingarro. The two brothers have been creating many different types of art from band posters, advertisements for major companies to package design. Brosmind studio is pumping out all sorts of art that stimulates your brain, its the type of art that you have to scrutinize to see all the fine details hidden within. A combo of abstract and fantasy, Brosmind is a feast for the eyeballs.
The series What’s Inside takes us on a journey of what is inside our bodies. Its a super interesting collage like cutout of our bodies and what its made up of. Books, various junk food and other abstract illustrations. What it means is up for debate. What is not up for debate is the beautiful amount of detail that the artists illustrate.
Brooklyn based illustrator Leslie A. Wood uses shapes, colors and beautiful rhythmic patterns in a way that can surely brighten your day. These designs have been made into adorable greeting cards and unique wrapping paper.
These illustrations are imaginative and look like a lovely psychedelic dream. Giant food you can hug, fast food repeating itself, swimming with abstract fishes, a giant walking cookie and looking into a crystal ball made of sprinkles. This is the kind of visions a foodie has while on LSD.
Pizza and parties go hand in hand. Crazy fun to eat and as far as food goes its pretty damn interesting to look at. Basic shapes, colorful toppings and of course drippy melty cheese. Pizza could be an illustrators dream come true . Doodling little pizzas sound like a good time to me.
Japanese artist Kimiaki Yaegashi a.k.a. Okimi, created a series featuring pizza. These paintings also have a hot chick wearing a bikini, a naked baby, a cat, a bird/turtle/fish man and a Tengu. In Japanese folk culture the Tengu is a legendary mountain goblin that often represents vanity and pride. There’s a Japanese expression, ‘Tengu ni naru,’ which means, ‘He’s turning into a Tengu,’ used when describing a person who is arrogant, proud or conceited.
Now, the meaning of all these characters (including the pizza) on each of these drawings is up to you. These make me so happy, I cant help but giggle. They are abstract, wacky and beautiful.
A slice of pizza in your underpants? On your boobies? Over your eyes? What about putting your head through it?
Check out his website and buy some of his stuff. I most certainly will.