Ephemeral Illustration
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Eda is a New York based illustrator and printmaker from Istanbul. After obtaining an MA in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins in 2010, Heart Agency represented her in the UK and the US. Since then she has worked for a wide range of clients including Herman Miller, Bafta, Krug Champagne, TIME, Smithsonian Magazine, The New York Times, Financial Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Huffington Post, The Guardian, New Scientist, The Telegraph, Faber & Faber and others. Eda developed a love for traditional printmaking and collage, and collects paper ephemera, 50s fashion catalogues and old family photos to populate her increasingly detailed compositions.
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Writing & Design
Writing & Design
Exiled from Truth: Nine Allegories by Dmitry Borshch
life in color
Coffee maker
American Food
Just Before Paradise
Rayan Ayash
Alain Georges Frank Jacquet
E. Hu
Antonio Rubino
"I’m an outsider"
Stan Galli
Ankara: From pioneering modernism to revivalist mimicry
Forward Retreat
Nikolai Lutohin
Memory & Form
Dominik Tarabanski
New York by Louis Faurer
André Kertész
Nelson Mandela Blvd
The fairytales of H. C. Andersen
Ben Weiner: Post-Psychedelic Dreams
Siggi Eggertson: Ich Bin Ein Kugelschreiber
Klas Ernflo: Ink On Board
Numerical Digits 1 — 9
Ed Fella Documents
Invisible Cities
Stars in your eyes
Anne-Margot Ramstein
Noam Weiner
Pedro Bellido Barquero
Voyager avec un crayon: Jacques de Loustal
Paintings On Books
And never again I'll go sailin'
Anthony Peters
Sami Viljanto: Grande Deluxe
Welcome to Wonderland
Richard Estes´ New York
Maria Makeeva
1-Bit Symphony
时晓凡: Hong Kong Moment
Trylon and Perisphere
Contemporary Turkish Design: Naiftasarim
Master of Fantastic Illustration: Daniel Mróz
Who the f*** is Halil Altindere?
Daniel Salemi
Quentin Jones
Joel Sternfeld: On This Site
Michael DeLucia: Sculptures
Sebastian Errazuriz
Andrew B. Myers
Illustrations by Victo Ngai
Tom Hancocks: Ode to Symmetry
Benjamin Phelan
350 Album Covers
Kazumasa Nagai
Firework Drawings
Soviet DIY
Timo Meyer
Splendours of the Past
How a Logo Survives in a Metropolis
Illustration: Luke Fenech
Olivetti Typewriters
Ray Johnson
Eduardo Recife
Norman Seeff: Portraits
Douglas Smith
Jamie Mills
Elena Boils
Archeology of the Present
New York New York
Sergio Mora
Henning Wagenbreth
Out My Window
Tom Hancocks: Wet Space
Paul Blow