Herbert Loureiro

Visual Artists that We’re Currently Obsessed With

Yes, of course, most of the stuff we’re inspired by is auditory, but many of the time the performers we love are also collaborating with some seriously talented designers bringing their aesthetics to life. Down the rabbit hole we go, and then we discover a whole world of incredibly talented Visual Artists we just can’t get enough of, so now’s your turn:

Kris Chau

If Matisse and Southeast Asian styles had a baby, we’re pretty sure it would be Kris Chau. Her simplistic and whimsical aesthetic is heavily influenced by linoleum prints and animals, with some forays into watercolor. VIEW PROFILE

Macondo Herald

We’ve been onto this Caribbean print artist for a while, and now it’s your turn if you haven’t already. The in-your-face style of Macondo’s mulitcolored posters all feature a nostalgic air heralding a passionate call to action around humanitarian activism. Plus, you can snag some of our limited edition collaboration posters here. VIEW PROFILE

Kristina Micotti

Illustration is always fun, especially when it’s served with a heavy side of childish humor. Micotti’s style is one that focuses on simple lines and images, breathing life into animals, inanimate objects, and original characters with very human attributes and cheeky personalities. It’s never a dull moment in her world. VIEW PROFILE

Herbert Loureiro

This Sao Paolo illustrator is the perfect remedy for whenever your world might feel like it’s lacking in some serious color. At times geometric, at times holographic, Loureiro’s work is always full of life and passion whether it’s blankets, posters, totes, or even ashtrays with his signature lens on them. VIEW PROFILE


We might have gone a little off book on this last one, but a good aesthetic can never be ignored. This Mexico studio sells more than just candles, they sell moods, emotions, and pure vibes. The candles themselves are gravity-defying and full of color, wrapped in precious labels that draw you in instantly. VIEW PROFILE