Interview with Brian Luong + Giveaway I think it was about time to see the rise of new artists with a really meticulous attention to details, harmony and layout on the illustration area. Brian Luong is one of this hyper skilled illustrators that can be both perfectionist and stylish at the same time. Today we have the opportunity to talk with him about career, life and other subjects, hope you enjoy. You can see more from Brian Luong on the following links: Website
3D World of Stuart Wade
As every kid born from the 80's and 90's, we all have spent a good part of our childhood watching the Dragon Ball sagas. So since the announcement of the brand new movie "The Battle of Gods", I got really nostalgic about this series. So here's a compilation of some awesome artworks of this beloved franchise. Just in case you don't know what Dragonball is about, here's the Wikia.
I love beautiful advertising, it's all about art direction, attention to details, story telling and of course a good amount of photo-manipulation skills. The ClubMed project by Jorge Carreño + Robin de Lestrade is a great example. A simple concept of faces created by negative space and some Gestalt principles made these images really amazing. Jorge Carreño, 48, was born in Madrid, Spain. He graduated from the Ecole Supérieure Estienne in Paris and currently works as freelancer.
Visual identity, as the name says, is all about the image of a company to their audience and the world and how everyone else will perceive the business. The importance of an efficient, effective visual identity is well known for big companies and now small businesses are catching on as evidenced by some of the amazing results we are seeing today. A good example is the Decor8 work by Pedro Paulino. Visual identity and web design to launch the e-commerce Decor8.