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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...
Stylish Illustrations by Yaguete

Stylish Illustrations by Yaguete

August 26, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

It's great to see some fresh illustrations pieces around the web. Today we're featuring the work of Spanish artist Yago, aka Yaguete. He's got a sweet style worth checking out! Here you can see his pieces, which are pretty neat, but these...
Concept Art Illustrations by Raphael Lacoste

Concept Art Illustrations by Raphael Lacoste

August 22, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

I really can't get enough of concept art illustrations! This week we're featuring the fantastic work of Canadian artist Raphael Lacoste. He's been doing some fantastic pieces for games like Assassin's Creed, which gives us some really...
Chapter V - "Retro"

Chapter V - "Retro"

August 21, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

I love retro futuristic artwork, it has been my favorite style since the beginning of my career and it's always cool to see more people exploring that. Today I share the work done by the Sense Collective for their new chapter, the Chapter...
Exquisite Illustrations by Nick Runge

Exquisite Illustrations by Nick Runge

August 20, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

Time for more great illustrations here at Abduzeedo! Today we're featuring someone that came to our attention lately: American artist Nick Runge. This guy is absolutely talented and anyonoe would definitely call him a master of his craft...
Stunning Concept Arts by Dawnpu

Stunning Concept Arts by Dawnpu

August 15, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

It has to be awesome to not only imagine new worlds filled with cool stories, but also bringing them to life by actually painting them. Concept artists have great opportunities to create stunning landscapes, likes these by Chinese artist...
Undiz - Illustration

Undiz - Illustration

August 14, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

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...
Marvellous Illustrations by Mark McHaley

Marvellous Illustrations by Mark McHaley

August 12, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

Pop culture is one of the greatest subjects for artists. It's just great to see an amazing illustration of Star Wars, Superman or Indiana Jones, and some artists out there really enjoy doing what some might call a fanservice. Here you can...
Space Dogs

Space Dogs

August 12, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

Constructivism was an artistic and architectural philosophy that originated in Russia beginning in 1919, a rejection of the idea of autonomous art. The movement was in favor of art as a practice for social purposes. Constructivism had a...
Illustrated Portraits of Girls by Liza van Rees

Illustrated Portraits of Girls by Liza van Rees

August 06, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

Time for more great illustrations here at Abduzeedo! I'm a big sucker for illustrations, now when it comes to portraits of girls I just go crazy when I find awesome artists doing fantastic pieces! Here you can see the amazing work of Liza...
Stunning Paintings by Eduardo Calzado

Stunning Traditional Paintings by Eduardo Calzado

August 05, 2014 from PauloGabriel's blog

Digital painting is a big thing... we get to see it all the time, and it's great because we all love good art, right? But it's always great when we get to see some stunning traditional paintings like these by Mexican painter Eduardo...
Digital Vomit by Alberto Seveso

Digital Vomit by Alberto Seveso

August 05, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

I am a huge fan of Alberto Seveso, I remember back in the day he was always blowing everyone's mind with incredible graphic design pieces. Since then it is amazing to see his evolution in terms of style and techniques. From been featured...

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