Illustration Artists Showcase and Inspiration – Part 2
A mixed collection of talented illustration artists some using 3D programs, oil paints, Illustrator and Photoshop to produce there creations, I have placed a piece of text about each illustrator where possible as well as slightly explaining what they incorporate in to there work.
About: Under the Angryblue moniker, I design posters, art prints, album art and do way too many shirt designs full of strange imagery. Though I’ve mainly done more aggressive work for metal bands, I’ve managed to do successful merchandise design for Genesis and Ashlee Simpson as well.
Skulls and bones the perfect recipe for vector art and posters this artist uses the vector lines and solid colours to his advantage producing some great poster art
About: This studio produces some amazing 3d illustrations often incorporating big eyes and psychedelic colours to amaze any one who looks at them. using blender and photoshop
About: Mike is a 23 year old designer and illustrator from Torquay UK, and has gained lots of recognition world wide and is always looking to expand his skills in various fields of design
Illustration mixed with photomanipulation mike brings hisdesigns to life with movement and flow, his designs look cluttered nit are far from that as each illustation is stregically positioned for hte viewrs pleasure, he alos has some really nice typography work in his portfolio.
Birdy and Me
About: Kelly smith lives in Tasmania Australia, in 20006 she graduated with a bachelor of fine arts from Tasmanian school of art and has since gone on to pursue a freelance career in both portrait and fashion illustration
Like it says in her bio her art is like stepping in to a modern fairly tale with faint pencil lines and the odd splash of abstract colour to distract the eye using water colours and vintage colours to support her illustrations.
Dan May was born and raised in the suburbs of Rochester, NY, Dan spends his days (and nights) painting dreamlike environments that transcend space and time. These delightful yet haunting images are often based in personal observations of both human’s and nature’s relationships with each other, blended with a healthy dose of whimsy, fantasy and cautious relevance.
The paintings and characters that Dan produces almost give you a sense of sadness due to the dark colours and mournful looks of lonely characters that he paints with such detail and texture, i think i can call myself a fan! he also has a really cool Flickr gallery
About: After a few years in the comic industry Camilla realized she could expand her style into a variety of other industries; snowboards, magazine covers, toys, clothes. Camilla has also begun to carve out a niche for herself in the fine art field thanks to her fiery nature, high level of ambition and persistence in following her dream
Camilla has a few social profiles in her bio including Deviantart and Behance she paints eerie characters showing different emotions on different kinds of media from pieces of wood to canvas giving each illustration a unique feel and texture.
About: Niel Quisaba’s Based in tropical Philippines, produces designs for snowboards, tshirts and even web designs his style of squid like tenticles and bubbly illustrations sets his unique style apart from most illustrators.
About: Adam Koniuszewski his main passion is graphic design and illustration the tools he uses include Pencil, brush, acrylic, cut-outs, Photoshop, Illustrator.
Looking through Adams designs they are all quite abstract and almost experimental some may look unfinished or cluttered these designs ad the most interest to who is looking at them, he uses his line drawings to great effect with textured backgrounds. he also has a flickr profile and a deviant art profile
J Three Concepts
About: True vector illustration with his bright colours schemes and solid colours, his illustrations are mostly made up of smaller doodles and illustration to create a bigger picture, often looking complex to the viewer yet interesting.
About: A freelance illustrator, living in Bucharest, Romania. he uses all kinds of tools ranging from rotring pencils, markers, spray paint to Wacom tablet, Photoshop, Illustrator to give birth to his dreams.
Some of these pieces of work are really great master pieces with huge canvases and so much detail to take in, there is often lots of visual shapes and lines to look at and spend minutes looking over each illustration carefully.
About: Zachariah Johnsen, is a young artist concentrating in watercolour, pen & ink,
And mixed media works on paper. His medium of choice is the micron pen and he uses them exhaustively to describe a world of ghouls, monsters, and misfits – the shady characters in everyday life, but just hidden from normal view.