Archive for the ‘digital’ Category
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Anton Marrast grew up in Russia, and doesn’t believe in posting elaborate biographies on his webpages. His work is incredibly surreal, and this is only a fraction of it.
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Self-described as a “somewhat edgy illustrator,” Timothy Banks paints and draws for magazines, books, children’s books and character development projects. He has worked with a lot of cool clients like Nike, Cartoon Network, Marvel and Paste Magazine, and hopes to land a children’s book deal sometime this year. Tim started doing all of his commercial work digitally about 3 years ago, and uses Sketchbook Pro. He currently lives in Charleston, S.C. with his family.
My favorite things about Tim’s style include the energetic texture created by his sketchy linework, the excellent use of color and the way he masterfully blends “innocent and sweet” with “creepy and ominous” in a somewhat edgy way. Tim’s got a wicked sense of humor.
Charles Huettner is an animator and illustrator working out of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Late Night Work Club, a group of animators working on their own independent short fim collaboration. The first of these films, Ghost Stories, is due out later this spring!
Stephen Haigh was born in Philadelphia Pa.,where he now resides with his wife Michelle, 2 cats, and 1 stubborn dog. Stephen works as an Illustrator, painter and sometimes as a Designer. He also teaches Illustration and Design related classes at art centers and after-school programs in the Philadelphia area. He enjoys the uncertainty of working in collage based mediums and has long been attracted to the weathered, rusted and worn objects in and around the city. Stephen collects old found objects and occasionally picks them from the trash.
View more of Stephen’s work: Portfolio
Jim Madsen has been illustrating in the educational software industry, children’s publishing, and advertising industry for the past 15 years. He has illustrated more than 75 books over this period of time. Jim is a graduate of Brigham Young University and lives in Provo, Utah with his wife Holly and three children.
Paul Holland’s work is executed with a blend of both wit and sensitivity. His works are often enriched digitally, introducing fanciful dimensions and elements of realism. A fascination with popular culture and the juxtaposition of stark motifs alongside the familiar inspire his unique perspective.
Originally from Florida, Eleanor studied at the University of South Florida, receiving a B.A. in Fine Art before relocating to Philadelphia, PA in 2005. Best known for her graphic animal illustrations, she has worked with an impressive group of clients that includes Keds, Urban Outfitters, and the San Diego Zoo.
Based in Portland, Oregon, Dan Stiles creates art that is a visual combination of music and design. Over the past 15 years Stiles has collaborated with artists, labels, promoters, and major corporations to create identities, custom packaging, and limited edition collectable art and merchandise. Stiles is perhaps best known for his Poster Art, working with artists across multiple genres the likes of Death Cab for Cutie, Sonic Youth, and Wilco.
Illustrator Kirsten Ulve hails from the town of Dubuque, Iowa. Her obsessions with fireworks, puppets, discotheques, as well as a previous career as a graphic designer have all contributed to the style and mood of her work. She has exhibited her work in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Tokyo, and is a regular contributor to The New Yorker, Entertainment Weekly, and Boston Magazines. Kirsten currently resides in Manhattan with her husband and two black cats, Romulus and Remus.
See more of Kirsten Ulve’s work on her website.
Dan Gray (working under the name Little Gonzales) is an Australian-born, London-based pop illustrator who has worked with clients including Graniph, Microsoft, Warner Music, Computer Arts Magazine, General Pants Co and The British Council.
Check out more of his colorful, bold work on his website.