After his posters of Brazilian stades and different architects, Portuguese architect André Chiote wanted to pay tribute to graphic buildings’ facades that inspire him the most, through 11 illustrations. Each building has its own texture, signature, identity and is filled by the name of its creator.
Here is a series of characters design produced by the German graphist Jona Dinges. Made with ZBrush and Blender to certain adjustments, the traits of the characters are geometric shapes through the Low Poly 3D computer graphics technique, a polygon mesh which has a relatively small number of polygons. To find below.
Canadian Brooklyn-based artist Aaron Li-Hill holds, since November 8th, an exhibition entitled “Electric Currents And Mortal Wounds” at White Walls in San Francisco. The artist composes his pictorial works with several positions of the characters, and it making a static picture highly dynamic. Halfway between illustration, sculpture, graffiti, graphic design, painting and drawing, the series is to discover below.
Based in the UK, Dorothy design studio has created with Tracy Worrall a series of posters dedicated to rock’n'roll classics songs. For that, the studio made Rock’n'roll Zoo, a series of 77 illustrations referring to animals song’s titles. To discover, Eye Of The Tiger by Survivor and Diamond Dogs by David Bowie.
The artist Alexis Persani presents here a very interesting visual alphabet. A varied typography that the artist paid attention to draw letters with various textures and influences by working 3D and illustration. It’s a work where the letter is raised to the sculpture status, in wood, metal or neon. Find out more in the gallery.
Au Prints is a series of posters and illustrations made by artist Teresa Esgaio. “Au” is the symbol for gold in the periodic table of chemical elements, so she applied manually gold ink’s touches in the middle of drawings that adapt original artworks showing events from the past. Available in limited edition, at 100 copies, to discover.
Now Japan 2014 Festival in Lithuania has commissioned illustrator Karolis Strautniekas (whose we already have talked about) for a promotional spot of the event. For the animation, the client wanted minimal and attractive illustrations which work like cliches of the Japanese culture. A production Wowbüro, to discover.
Italian illustrator SHOUT (also known as Alessandro Gottardo) works for print editorials and magazines’ covers. On the upcoming 25th October, he will release his book “On Shout”, at 279Editions : a compilation of 141 illustrations made from 2010 to 2014. A selection of his work is available in the gallery.
Driven by his imagination, German artist Tobias Wüstefeld composes digital illustrations representing incredible three-dimensional cities. The artist presents these mysterious islands through photos showing the architectural details, variations and subtleties of his models. To discover in images.
“Archi Windows” is a series by Federico Babina, Italian designer and architect whose we already have talked about many times. Through 25 illustrations and by following the quote “The windows are the eyes of architecture”, he shows the most famous windows created by the biggest architects. To each architect, there is a window and a signature.
Coen Cast is a series by designer Richard Pere who has decided to illustrate the characters from brothers Coen’s movies. We find the famous Dude, the folk-singer Llewyn Davis, the crazy killer of “No Country for Old Men” Anton Chigurh and also the hero of the western “True Grit”, Rooster Cogburn. To discover.
For this project, Turkish artist Can Pekdemir seems reinterpreting the scarecrow’s image by making illustrations portraits completely covered by hair and tentacles. These very successful digital sculptures reflect the technical process and the work of details. Find out more in the article.