After his Pop Culture Popsicles, the illustrator Andrew Heath comes back with an illustrations series called “Pop Culture”, as colorful and as pop-referenced. Batman, Superman, True Blood, Watchmen, Zelda, the Power Rangers and Pulp Fiction, his entire series is available below.
Here’s the new song and animation of Sebastien Tellier, entitled “Ma Calypso”. The illustrator Valentine Reinhardt is behind this very beautiful graphic work, full of colors. The video brings the illustration to life like a time-lapse which makes the weather change and which shows the night falling.
Mexican artist Ricardo Solis did original animals illustrations because he introduces in his drawing little workers who contribute to the animals’ creation by coloring it. It makes the illustration lively and animated with the dimension of a work which realizes simultaneously in front of our eyes.
Jenny Liz Rome is a Canadian illustrator who offers us images and designs combining classic elements with talent to other modern. With images centered mainly on fashion and feminine silhouettes, this talented artist invites us to discover the world where women seem to transform into animals.
Star Wars, The Shining, 2001: a Space Odissey or A Clockwork Orange, here’s a famous movies architecture-set made by Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina represented in 17 retro illustrations. By respecting the color coding, he has illustrated famous rooms of each movie, places of all cult plots.
London-based entrepreneur and author ShaoLan Hsueh wrote the book “Chineasy” which makes it easy and ludic to learn 20,000 Chinese signs from illustrations of the word’s meaning. Illustrations are colorful and the sign is shaped by black lines. A few words to discover in the next part of the article.
English designer and illustrator Chris LaBrooy, who we already have talked about, was commissioned by Transport for London to create advertising posters. This project has been developed by M&C Saatchi in London, under Will Bates’ direction. These posters work on a colorful typography which brings a certain dynamism to simple public transports.
The Polish artist Pawel Jońca has a style all his own: illustrations with subliminal messages, sometimes poetic, but always full of finesse. He won numerous awards, and has worked for the Polish and international press. A great career and gorgeous illustrations to discover in the future.
The two illustrators from Barcelona Juan Alejandro Mingarro have a style of their own. Brosmind studio, founded in 2006, is now a quality label to which many brands, including Nike, Microsoft, Honda, have appealed to. Here are some of their work, especially from the series What’s Inside.