Owen Davey is an English illustrator based in Leicester. The artist already has a very successful career behind him. He has worked with prestigious client like Lego, Wired Magazine, and Microsoft. His style is fairly similar of its namesake Robin Davey, very pronounced colors underline a remarkable flat design.
This 2015 calendar is maybe the most poetic one. Imagined and made by Carla Cascales, this calendar celebrate each month of the year with a paper cut of the first month’s letter, carefully interlaced with an illustration. Each month features also a little Haiku which invite to meditation and optimism. To discover.
Kevin Dart is a english designer and illustrator based in California. He worked for most of the best animated films this year as “Peabody & Sherman” or “Inside Out”, in addition to his advertising work with Passion Pictures. Recently, the artist has focused on science fiction with collaboration on the documentary series “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” and delivers, today, his interpretation of this wide theme through a series of illustration.
Netherlands-based artist Stefan Bleekrode has the incredible ability to work straight from memory and create newly-imagined but highly realistic cities. His series entitled “Cityscapes” offers a hyper-detailed interpretation of architectural memories through the United States and Europe. To discover.
Tom Hangomat is a French illustrator based in Paris represented by Tiphaine Illustration agency. His latest creation is the work for Printemps stores in collaboration with the Burberry clothing brand. With the help of his friends Theo Guignard, Bruno Mangyoku and Johan Papin, Tom has created all the Christmas windows of the famous store. Find out in the article, the original artwork and photography by Francis Peyrat for in real-life situation.
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.