The beauty of visual storytelling, illustration, in particular, lays in its simplicity and at the same time sophistication: the observer understands the imagery instantly. We caught up with Romanian illustration artist Aitch. Plant elements–bold in color and clear in shape complemented by dark backdrops–are essential to her style which made the perfect aesthetic for our playful Little Gestalten book Easy Peasy–Gardening for Kids.
A fantastical photographer that uses the power of the lens to address female body without the exploitative gaze, show that vulnerability is a strength, and to celebrate feminine sensuality, Amanda Charchian explores the modern female form like a poetic motif. Read more
Digital realities are creations giving us an immersive glimpse of ways to design for our future surroundings. Visual Citizens are one of the design studio's offering a window into the limitations of the future architectural world developing around us. Read more
Terry Virts, is a U.S. Air Force pilot and NASA veteran of two spaceflights. After a two-week mission onboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour in 2010 and a 200-day flight to the Space Station, he had amassed 319,000 photos taken from space. Here he shares a few of his favorites. Read more
Did you know that eating apples during Xin Nian (Chinese New Year) is said to bring good wishes for peace, or that a parade is held in honor of Papà del Gnoco in Verona to celebrate Italian Carnevale? Beth Walrond explores food festivities in our latest Little Gestalten book. Read more
One of the most innovative creatives online and a prankster with a knack for social media originality, Pablo Rochat tells us his story. From his early days working at Tinder to unlocking the possibilities of the 'Tap and Hold' feature, we find out how award-winning Pablo became one of San Francisco's most sought-after creatives. Read more