I am a huge fan of Alberto Seveso, I remember back in the day he was always blowing everyone's mind with incredible graphic design pieces. Since then it is amazing to see his evolution in terms of style and techniques. From been featured by Adobe for the launch of the Creative Cloud to so many big clients, he is always trying something new. Today we feature his most recent project titled Digital Vomit. For more information about Alberto check out his website at http://www.burdu976.com/
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Hi everyone, today we are featuring a tutorial with traditional techniques with brushes and pencils, Felipe Navarro is going to show us the process behind his artwork "Anchored in Blood". Felipe is a illustrator based in Porto Alegre, Brasil with a peculiar taste for retro art and traditional techniques. You can see more from Felipe and his artworks at the following links: Website Behance
A serie of photographs by Navid Baraty showing a different way to look at the city. Wathing the pace and flow of New York City from above is amazing. The constant stream of yellow taxis lining the avenues, the waves of pedestrians hurriedly crossing with the change of traffic signals, little figures disappearing into and emerging from the subway stations, the chorus of honking horns and sirens.
Joshua M. Smith, AKA Hydro74 is one of our favorite designer, he has a beautiful portfolio of typography, illustration and graphic design work for all sorts of clients. His style is quite unique and you can spot his work pretty easily when you see it. That's the case of the Altruism Playing Cards that he created for the The Blue Crown. Recently I had a chance to work The Blue Crown to create a deck of cards for the Altruism Series. The concept was using a Owl I've already created and trying to figure out a core structure that would work.