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The Frenetic Illustrations of Yoaz

Each of Yoaz’s illustrations are abuzz with activity, each its own machine built from unexpected components. The artist’s work has adorned a slew of merchandise and advertisements, each carrying his signature, frenetic style. His work was also recently translated into neon decorations and digital displays for Adobe, as his creatures and designs taking on new life.

Each of Yoaz’s illustrations are abuzz with activity, each its own machine built from unexpected components. The artist’s work has adorned a slew of merchandise and advertisements, each carrying his signature, frenetic style. His work was also recently translated into neon decorations and digital displays for Adobe, as his creatures and designs taking on new life.

A statement says that “his inspiration comes from street art, pop art and cubism. He loves mixing colors and shapes in a very subtle way in order to create hallucinating details.” On the artist’s Instagram account, he’s also shared applications of his approach to pop cultural figures and products, from Homer Simpson to pro footballers.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BpCkqlLBSYI/

See more of his work below.

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