Peter Tarka is a young graphic designer and illustrator from Wroclaw in Poland. For being in graphic design since 2008, Peter sure knows how to deliver a strong creative typographic works. It's really impressive and I am inspired by this versatility with the different composition of typography and colours.
Time for some sweet examples of low poly art! Artists get really creative when it comes to low poly scenes... usually they do a valley, a beach, but a Breaking Bad scene is way too good! This is awesome.
Here you can see some rad artworks done by some very talented people. Which one is your favorite? For more of their work, please visit their portfolios simply by clicking on each image! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Cheers! ;)
Yesterday while checking my Facebook I saw this awesome time-lapse video that Rik Oostenbroek posted capturing a behind the scenes of peek of his project for Nike Total Football. The end result is quite beautiful, as we always expect from Rik. Seeing how he creates these amazing illustrations is not only amazing but really inspiring. I learned a couple of new tricks just by checking it, you should do the same.
Nike asked me to stay true to my own personal style and experiment with it and go crazy.
How not to love a good set of heartwarming illustrations? Pascal Campion comes up with artworks that some of us will relate to. Like that time in your childhood when you would hangout with your buddies and explore the neighborhood... or that time when it was really snowy/rainy when you would sit by the window and think about life.
That's the beauty of Pascal's work... it's really relatable, and it brings a sense of saudade (in portuguese, it's a sense of missing things that might have happened or not, a kind of nostalgia). These are some fine examples of art with a sentiment.