I feel that since flat became the new trend we started to see more of the same style of work, sometimes making it impossible to decipher if they were from different illustrators. Of course there are exceptions to every rule and that's the case of the illustrations created by Tom Haugomat for the South Bank Tower. The simplicity yet unique perspective and style set the work apart from the rest. Tom Haugomat is an illustrator based in Paris, France. His work have been shown in publications like XXI, Le Monde and many others.
Social Media Illustrations
Google has announced some really cool apps taking advantage of the Material Design language. The Inbox and Calendar are great examples of how the design language scales for different needs. The Calendar app also has some beautiful illustrations created by Lotta Nieminen. She shared them on her Behance profile and we had to share it here with you. Lotta Nieminen is an illustrator, graphic designer and art director from Helsinki, Finland.
Playing with our imagination and how we can fool our brain with simple play of light, shadow and depth is one of the things that fascinates the most when it comes to visual design and graphic design. The work that Eiko Ojala shared today is a great example of beautiful editorial illustrations communicating a message through simple ideas and of course, playing with our brain. For more information about Eiko, check out http://www.ploom.tv/
It's been quite some time since I've seen an awesome set of watercolor illustrations! Thankfully I ran into the work of Spanish artist Hector Trunnec. He's been doing some super awesome pieces really worth of checking out, so let's do it right now! Here you can see some of his most awesome artworks. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at DeviantART. Also, if you have your own watercolor pieces, share them with us, because we'd love to see it! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers! ;)