The International Illustrated, a magazine made up of unique original art created around a rather loose central theme, just released their third issue. The brainchild of two Brazilian designers, Julio and Vitor, the duo carefully select contributing artists based on their portfolios.
After accepting an invitation to participate, artists receive a "label" (the theme of the issue) ranging from "Do What You Want and Fuck the Rest" to "Other Names for the Devil," the latest. Each issue features an eclectic mix of diverse mediums from clearly talented artists and designers. All three issues of The International Illustrated are currently available for online viewing on their site.