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Film-Inspired Illustrations by Gordon Reid

Film-Inspired Illustrations by Gordon Reid

October 02, 2014 from AoiroStudio's blog

Our good buddy Gordon Reid aka Middle Boop is an Illustrator and Designer based in London, United Kingdom. Gordon has been experimenting with a poster series inspired by quotes from our childhood classic films. The result find its way to...
Splendid Illustrations by Ken Wong

Splendid Illustrations by Ken Wong

September 30, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

I really enjoying seeing artists capable of multiple styles. One of these artists is Ken Wong, an Australian illustrator who's been doing some great pieces, from cherish ones to more poetic/dark images. These are super great! Here you can...
Super Rad Illustrations by Ronald Wimberly

Super Rad Illustrations by Ronald Wimberly

September 23, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

Time for more awesome illustrations here at Abduzeedo! Today we're featuring the super rad work of American artist Ronald Wimberly. He's got a crazy style, with a chaotic trace that turns his works into great pieces of art. Here you can...
Epic Concept Art by Ivan Khomenko

Epic Concept Art by Ivan Khomenko

September 17, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

I'm a big lover of concept art illustrations. There are many great artists out there doing great pieces, and it's great to find more of these amazing people, like Russian artist Ivan Khomenko. Gotta love his style and ideas, which show us...
Extraordinary Pixel Art Illustrations by Foolstown

Extraordinary Pixel Art Illustrations by Foolstown

September 16, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

I guess that a few illustration techniques demand astonishing quantities of patience. One of these techniques is definitely pixel art, which is literally illustrating pixel by pixel! Kudos for artists like Foolstown that come up with sweet...
Hedcut Illustrations

Hedcut Illustrations

September 16, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

Individual newspapers and magazines have their unique editorial design, illustration and drawing style that clearly distinguishes them from the competition. The Wall Street Journal, for example, employs Hedcut which emulates the woodcut...
Tallest Skyscrapers Illustrated by Romain Trystram

Tallest Skyscrapers Illustrated by Romain Trystram

September 15, 2014 from paul0v2's blog

Romain Trystram is an amazing French illustrator who created an awesome project with I Like Architecture.net to illustrate the tallest skyscrapers in the worlds. Each illustration is available as a wallpaper so you can pick your favorite...
Wicked Character Illustrations by Jack Parker

Wicked Character Illustrations by Jake Parker

September 12, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

Some artists really have a an awesome talent for creating characters. How many of you have seen a World War Centaur? Or maybe a Cheetah in a Velociraptor body (or would it be a Velociraptor with a Cheetah head?) Anyways, here is the...
Japanese Ukiyoe Character Series

Japanese Ukiyoe Character Series

September 09, 2014 from paul0v2's blog

Ukiyoe is a type of Japanese illustrations and the illustrator Takao Nakagawa mixed the portrait of actors and the favorite character of the picture-of-samurai-in-combat style of ukiyoe were drawn. For more from Takao Nakagawa visit...
Mid-Century Modern Illustration

Mid-Century Modern Illustration

September 05, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

I love mid-century modern architecture and design with its super modern and futuristic look with a vintage flare. This antagonistic feel might be what attracts me and a lot of designers to this style. Looking at the advertising of that age...
Thrilling Illustrations by Antonio De Luca

Thrilling Illustrations by Antonio De Luca

September 03, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

80s and 90s kids will go nuts with the work of Italian artist Antonio de Luca. Filled with references to these decades, like Masters of the Universe and Scooby-Doo, his work is really delightful to see and to get nostalgic. Here you can...
Nike Swoosh Portraits

Nike Swoosh Portraits

September 01, 2014 from paul0v2's blog

German designer Andy Gellenberg illustrated some awesome portraits using only the nike swoosh. Check them out and let us know what you think. For more from Andy Gellenberg visit behance.net/AndyGellenberg .
3D City by Anna Paschenko

3D City by Anna Paschenko

September 01, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

It's Labor Day Weekend here in the US so naturally I took a day off to enjoy some outdoor activities. As a result, I've refrained from laboring and therefore the tutorial of this week will be posted tomorrow. Today, we're delighted to...
Hyper Realistic Paintings by Rod Penner

Hyper Realistic Paintings by Rod Penner

August 29, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

Don't be mistaken: not every "photograph" was taken by a camera. Some were conceived in the minds of ultra talented people, like American artist Rod Penner. This guy comes up with astonishingly real images. He depicts some very mundane...
US OPEN 2014 Concept sketches

US OPEN 2014 Concept sketches

August 29, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

The US Open 2014 is upon us and as with every big sports event, there is the need for a brand. This year, five illustrators were invited to create the main illustration for the event. Enter Orlando Arocena, a Mexican-Cuban-American who...

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