Sourced from: http://www.eduardorecife.com/
This is some work by my all time favourite designer Eduardo Recife, I love every aspect of his style and his pieces are a big inspiration to me. His images are like a feast for the eyes from the colour, pattern, imagery and composition. I love how he incorporates all of these aspects together to create such a successful end result. Whenever I look at a piece of his work I see something new and interesting because there are so many different levels and detail. I also love the surreal aspect of his style which usually means you have to do a double take to ensure you're seeing it right.
Sourced from: http://tabithaemma.com/
A new artist that I have recently discovered is Tabitha Patterson, again I like her use of type, texture and image. Her vintage style really appeals to me and her motion image work is also very interesting. I also like how she has adapted her style to work with commercial briefs as well as just artistic images.
Sourced from: http://www.debutart.com/illustration/alan-kitching
Alan Kitching's work was the first I saw which really inspired me to look into Letterpress, it is something I have yet to experience but I am really looking forward to trying in the future. I really like how Kitching uses type to create imagery in a unique and clever way