Glenn Arthur is one of the most interesting and stylish illustrator out there nowadays, he's a american autodidact artist with a extremely good taste for feminine themes and color pallets. We already posted about Glenn in the past, but today we had the pleasure to interview him. You can see more from Glenn on the following links: Website Blog
Awesome Alphabet Illustrations
There are very few places I like to visit and spend hours browsing, looking at some great artworks, trying to decide which will be the next one I'll get hanging on my wall. One of these places is Society6, a great place for artists in general to get their career active. We've decided to start picking some great pieces of art for all of you to discover new artists, to appreciate good art and eventually buy a new print or any other of Society's products.
We would like to feature the illustration / branding work from Mexican-based graphic designer and letterer named Animal Pharrell for Tigre de Revolución. From the logo to the packaging, I really like his colourful approach and play with elements of flowers across the branding that truly reflects the colours from the restaurant.
I love neon style illustrations, especially the light effects created by the blue and pink color tones. The work of Patrick Seymour created for Undiz exemplifies this in mixing more handcrafted typography. The combination of both retro and modern results in a style that is super appealing to the naked eye. Patrick Seymour is an art director from Montreal, Canada. For more information visit http://cargocollective.com/patrickseymour