Archive for the ‘Wendy’ Category
DKNG are probably one of my favorite studios out there. They make incredible work, and design geeks like me will spend hours browsing their breakdown videos. Their work is done through a combination of Illustrator, Photoshop and hand drawn techniques. Sometimes they silkscreen. Often they sell limited edition runs of their posters, but you gotta grab ‘em quick because they sell out fast.
Daniel Danger makes incredible illustrations that remind me of a crisp October night, just after Halloween. His site identifies him as “ The son of a middle school art teacher married to a professional potter, Daniel was never going to be a mathematician or claims adjuster for a top rated insurance agency.” And he’s from Boston! My city!
I got a kick out of these monsters painted by Nate Wragg. He’s a dynamic illustrator that is featured in Gallery Nucleus and hangs out on the internet as a professor at CGMA. Check out his work: Nucleus | Blogspot
This website is a compilation of work by Irish graphic designers, with a twist. They’ve made posters depicting inane criticisms received about their work. Definitely hilarious, unfortunately true. See more of them here
Shintaro Ohata’s work is instantly recognizable. Using dappled brushstrokes, he blends 2D and 3D work into one seamless piece. Ohata was born in Hiroshima in 1975
To see more, check out Yukari-Art
I love how detailed these pieces by Tom Berry are, and I’m obsessed with their circular compositions. Be sure to hop over to his website; you can look at these up close over there. Berry lives in Bristol.
Caroline Gray is an illustrator that specializes in three dimensional photography. She doesn’t say much about her process on her website, but it looks like she makes her own sets and models, and then poses and lights the scenes by herself. A great example of 3D and 2D techniques together.
To see more, check out her portfolio
These watercolors are phenomenal; I love how delicate they are, and how much you can read into them as human figures, considering how abstracted they are.
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