Time for more great illustrations here at Abduzeedo! Today we're featuring the dazzling work of Polish artist Piotr Jabłoński. He's got a super dope style, which has this street art feel to it, but in a fine art form. Here you can see a brief selection of Piotr's work. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at ArtStation. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)
"Morality & Dicipline" Digital Illustrations
Since the entire Star Wars franchise was sold to Disney, we've seen many news about the upcoming Episode VII movie. The original actors are most likely to be back and I think now it's a good time to get in the mood for more of this amazing universe. What would you like to see in the theaters? Expanded Universe stories or original script? I would love to see something from the expanded universe for sure! Now, these illustrations were done by really talented artists. For more of their art, please visit their portfolio simply by clicking each image. Enjoy! Cheers. ;)
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
Mike Mitchell is definitely one of my favorite artists out there. He's one of those artists that you should always keep an eye on, because when you least expect, BOOM, there's an awesome new project. This time he's releasing around 30 new pieces, portraits of famous characters from movies and TV. I always thought that his comic-like art was pretty awesome, but I didn't know he was so good in other styles, like the one below. These are a few pieces of this new project, but you can visit the exposition at Mondo Gallery, in Austin, TX.