There is nothing more impressive than challenging yourself to create/make every single day. We are busy people with our lives, hobbies, etc and finding personal time to actually create needs lots of discipline and willingness to achieve. With those 365 days project, you have to commit for create 365 times, it’s not a small number. Let’s take a look at this poster series by Vasjen Katro entitled: Baugasm. Vasjen is a visual designer and creative director based in Tirana, Albania. This series is filled with vibrant colours, 3D, typography treatments, shapes and more. It is quite inspiring to follow his path, you should definitely follow him too. I challenged myself to design one poster every day for one year. Make sure to follow his Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/baugasm/.
We are probably sure that you are excited for the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story coming out next month. Just like we are as well! You’ll probably be seeing lots of promotional content online, it’s all part of the campaign. We would like to share something more appropriate to us, how about a poster series? Let’s take a look at the work from < a href=https://sebastiendelgrosso.myportfolio.com/>Sébastien DEL GROSSO, he is a graphic designer, illustrator and photographer based in Paris, France. We’ve featured his work before on Abduzeedo, we love his versatility, techniques and willing to try different mediums. Let’s enjoy the latest of his series entitled: Le Cosmos de Star Wars. More information: https://sebastiendelgrosso.myportfolio.com.
Hearing news from Adode MAX where they introduced (coming soon) the Project Felix. A product where you’ll be able to easily create 2D and 3D assets, that sounds like it could be amazing. While it’s coming soon, we rather appreciate what’s been done by artists in Autodesk 3DS MAX where I feel there is more control for your composites, lighting and etc. Let’s take a look of what Margarita Zhitnik and Denis Zhitnik have been working on for their piece called: BEAST. Other than getting inspired by Elysium and Death Race, I can’t stop referring the background with the TVs and Graffiti to the Flash’s lair from the upcoming Justice League movie. I was inspired by such films as Elysium and Death Race and I wanted to do something similar. Car I did in Zbrush and the GTR's model and props from libraries. Thank you Denis Zhitnik for help with render and materials! More information via Behance.
We would like to feature the work from Amr Elshamy on Abduzeedo, it’s a shame we’ve never featured him before. He is a self-taught artist based in Egypt and has worked with brands like Adobe, Microsoft, Chevrolet USA and more. Amr has many talent and going from filmmaking to digital art, I guess this is one of the best perks of being a freelance. You can choose to do whatever you feel like or what is your goal you are leaning towards. Let’s take a look at the series called: Round Things where by using very simple techniques, Amr was able to create imaginative creations. So creative that one of his pieces is featured Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 Splash Screen. You should definitely also check out his tutorial on how he made that piece as well, just click right here. My work "falling..." has been featured on the splash screen of Adobe Photoshop CC 2017. More information: http://www.hotamr.com.
We’ve been encountering a several designers having their take in movie posters. I mean who doesn’t love movies? We are still waiting in line for movies and eating popcorn! We are still embracing the movie experience at its best. With the amount of content we can find online about our favourite movies, with that much content it’s always great what you can stir up with a redesign and a concept. Especially when you just watched the movie and you’re feeling inspired to create. We are taking at some of the movie concepts from Laura Racero who is a freelance art director, designer and illustrator in Madrid, Spain. We’ll also include some of her personal concepts where she has done a beautiful job at blending elements together from stock photos. Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives - choice, not chance, determines your destiny." – Aristotle More information: http://lauraracero.com.
We would like to share the work of Oleg Soroko and his series entitled: Jupiter 3D Panels. Oleg is an architect based in Moscow, Russian Federation. He has also skills a designer and also a CG Artist, using his skills as a sideline. Oleg is fluently influenced by his natural surrounding and dreaming about the future. There’s something about this series that makes it very unique and it’s not only a CGI artwork, it’s actually pieces of thick plywood sheets where he added manually layers of colored plastic. Quite impressive, hope you like it! 3D wall pannels made of thick sheets of plywood with manually added layers of colored plastic. After the preparation of plywood pattern cuting by 4 axle CNC machine. Pattern based on Simplex 4D noise distorted by fractal noise. These panels are intended for use in the interiors. More information via Behance.
We always love featuring the work from Pawel Nolbert, his work is always wildly impressive and refreshing all the time. Pawel has this distinctive style on how he will experience and experiment with different mediums to create new styles. Another thing I really enjoy about Pawel’s work is the choice of his colour palette, very vibrant and so elegant at the same time. For today’s feature, we are featuring the work has been doing for Nike during the course of the last couple years. I think most of us did at least once, dreamed about working with Nike. Let’s enjoy the latest from Pawel Nolbert. Here's a selection of a few projects I've done with Nike during the last couple years. Including clothing, patterns, and visuals and artwork. More information: http://www.nolbert.com.
We’ve been fans of the work of designer & maker Bram Vanhaeren for quite a while. Based in Antwerp, Belgium, he has been creating and making many works with that distinct style of his with a vibrant colorful palette coming together with unique vector shapes. About 4 months ago, Bram made his debut with a YouTube Channel where you can find interesting videos on different insights on the industry and some of this life experiences. It’s quite lovely to follow along, definitely give it a watch. For today’s feature, Bram is sharing his process on making new digital art, hope you will enjoy! Wonder how I create a new portrait? How I exactly work? Today I'm really excited to share precisely how I create new work and show you my process. Starting with an idea, a hyper time-lapse shot - to give you a glimpse on all the magic that happens in Illustrator & some insights how I pick my photographic material. Watch the Video More information: http://www.bramvanhaeren.com.
We used to feature more digital art and photo manipulation but we felt it was getting a bit too much of the same. Of course there's always space for beautiful artwork like the Skull Candy project shared by Lorett Foth. It was a project done in Photoshop, 3ds Max and Zbrush. The quality of the composition and details make us believe that the scene was real, especially the lighting. This was fun project I was working on for Skull Candy. It was interesting to match the hair exactly to the preexisting photo. I used 3ds max, Hair Farm, Zbrush, Vray and Photoshop Photo manipulation Process About Lorett Foth Industrial designer by trade, she specialized in 3D visualization. She has been working mainly in creating high resolution images for print advertising. My main interest lies in creating animals, characters and anything organic. For more information check out http://lorettfoth.com/
We’ve featured many series that focus their theme on the Alphabet, It’s a great practice because every single letter has their own properties and characteristics. We are taking a closer look at the work from Bogdan Dreava and his minimal approach at this take on the Alphabet Series. Bogdan is mainly a photographer based in Timișoara, Romania. What I do like about this series it’s the minimal use of elements and the play with the light and shadow. It definitely create a tone to the collection and the color palette just enhance well the overall experience. Hope you will enjoy these! Adventure of a simple sphere in alphabet world. More information: http://www.bogdand.com.
We’ve featured the work of Michał Karcz before on Abduzeedo, it’s been quite a long time ago. Looking now at his work, it’s nothing but the same impressive level of detailed art mixed with an imaginative and fantasy world. I always take the time to really look at every single details to corners from his pieces and trying to wonder what’s the story behind it. The combination of digital photography and painting totally works well for his art. The universe that Michal is taking pleasure to make are places that don’t exist coming from his dreams, desires, imagination and fears. For those you won’t know about Michal, he is an artist based in Warsaw, Poland that graduated from High School of Art in Warsaw. My inspiration comes from many artists and it doesn't matter if they get through to me by the sense of vision or hearing. I can tell that music has the biggest impact on my work. It’s an inseparable element with pictures in my mind, a kind of sound illustration to a visible scenery. These two things hit me with the strongest intensity. Since many years, many of You helped me to understand that I’ve chosen the right way for my self realization. It gave me an opportunity to show my world and to share it. This is what I’m doing, this is what I love to do and it’s still not everything what I want to say. Each day I see more, I’m exploring more things which I want to share with You. This website is the key to my world. This is what I have collected in my soul since I was born until now. More information: http://www.michalkarcz.com.
Our good friend Peter Tarka never ceased to impress us here on Abduzeedo, with his inspirational concepts filled with colours, digital CGI goodness and the combination of different elements that could literally go from a little plant to a full-size statue for results to be quite lovely. From this series, we are plunging into the personal work and concepts that Peter worked on during this summer (From May-September). For those who doesn’t know who is Peter? He is a designer based in Warsaw, Poland that worked with an impressive list of clients including brands like: Honda, BMW, MTV, Adobe, Google RedBull and more. Make sure to follow his Instagram @petertarka for his daily updates. Personal projects made during the Summer '16. More information via Behance.
I’ve always been impressed about the level of details when a designer/artist work on symmetrical art and especially with animal faces. It’s not a new concept but it’s really interesting to witness every single perspective based on their background, inspiration and what drives them to go forward with this series. We are taking a closer look of the work of Rich Field also known as Fieldinspired. He’s an illustrator based in London, UK; you should definitely check out his shop where you’ll find limited prints of his art to buy. In Rich’s process, you’ll find a hand-drawn start with a finishing touch digitally that can go with a minimum of 80 layers to 220+ layers on certain pieces. Totally worth checking it out! I’ve always been fascinated with the beauty of the world around me. From the perfect gradient sunsets form, to the complex symmetry on a seemingly simple leaf. The way nature creates beautiful design so effortlessly has always filled me with wonder. More information: http://www.fieldinspired.com.
We featured Retoka before here on ABDZ but they seem to keep shipping inspiring work. I am a fan of the way they manipulate images and the GEISHA project is simply beautiful. This particular project got me excited to sit down and open Photoshop to try to recreate it. Maybe that might be my weekend activity. Now back to the project. The color palette and the diagonal lines definitely work quite well. It also brings me back some good memories of 5 years ago when we used to post more about graphic design and digital art. Retoka is a team of graphic designer and illustrator from Barcelona, Spain. The tools they used for this digital art project were Photoshop and Lightroom. For more information check out http://retoka.com/ Digital art
I am always impressed by the level of quality and details that 3D images have nowadays. One industry that you see this exemplified is the auto industry. There are no more ads of cars that use real cars, it's all computer generated images. INK Studio illustrates that amazingly well with the beautiful work done with GT40 project. I love everything about this project, from the simplicity and minimalistic approach to showcase the even more stunning Ford GT40. To mark its historic victory at the 2016 Le Mans, we lined the legendary Ford GT up for our Plainbody treatment in the third installment of our series. Stripped of all livery and set against a clear white backdrop, these entirely CG images give full focus to the car’s brutal yet beautiful design. - Behance Ford GT40 About INK Studio INK is an award-winning production studio that delivers crafted digital content across film, print and interactive platforms. Specialising in the imaginative use of technical and creative direction; our willingness to experiment with new methods and technologies allows us to continue evolving our unique visual language and ensure our work is both relevant and striking. - Behance
We just wanna warn you that the following article might be very "sweet" and you might get temptations at getting a snack. We just wanna warn you first! :) Let's talk about the ads that we are all encountered every single day. According to CBS News, we are exposed to an average to 5000 ads per day. This is an enormous number when we all know that there are only 24 hours in a day. Among ads about cars, events, campaigns and others; we'll see a lot of advertising about food. They triggered temptations to simply fulfill your desire to eat. Let's take a closer look at the work of Andre Caputo, he is a CGI artist and graphic designer based in São Paulo, Brazil. What I love about his work is how close it looks like a photograph, even though we know in the back of our mind that it's not real. Beautifully done! Here I gather: passion for working with image creation; creativity; disposition to search for new techniques and innovation; esthetic sense and seek for the best quality; eagerness for a great relationship with clients; and discipline, that allows the projects to be delivered on time. More information: https://ac.myportfolio.com.
It's always a fun pleasure to dig through an exhibition with so many artists filled with loads of talent and creativity to spare. With the title of NOT THERE, this exhibit explore the many faces of our complex future. As I quote that: "the Modern World has become a strange place, our online profiles have become more valuable than our physical version". We've reached a new level of complexity where we just can't stay isolated anymore through our walls. Let's take a dive into this gorgeous exhibition. NOT THERE exhibition at FU Art Gallery in Little Haiti, Miami. Works from Camila Acosta, John Morr, Luis Miguel Torres, Omar Alarcón, Cristhian Ramírez & Diego L Rodríguez. Camila Acosta Cristhian Ramirez Diego L. Rodriguez John Morr Luis Torres Omar Alarcon NOT THERE explores the many faces of a complex future, from places to individuals, focusing the attention in the digital identity. Everything outside the grid will become solitaire, empty and confuse, while in the digital world we will have multi-personalities. We’ll be adaptive ‘mutants’ transforming our identities in real time, working as data packages. The Exhibition Video Credits Camila Acosta John Morr Luis Miguel Torres Omar Alarcón Cristhian Ramírez Diego L Rodríguez More on the exhibition via Behance.