Evgeny Kiselev is a freelancer illustrator and graphic designer from Saint Petersburg, Russia, his works were published in magazines such as Computer arts (U.K.), IDN (Hong Kong), ROJO (Spain), Grafik magazine (U.K.), Beautiful Decay (U.S.A.), E-tapes (France), Chewonthis magazine (U.S.A.), I.O. Magazine (Germany), X-Funs (Taiwan), New web pick, Artzmania e-zine, Sherbert magazine (U.S.A.), X-CUP (Taiwan), Semi Permanent books 05-07 etc. For more works and information we highly recommend that you check out Evgeny's website. "The diverse work of Evgeny Kiselev oscillates between the rigors of symmetry and prolific excess. Several compositions begin with vivid tiled patterns that are mirrored again and again until they can no longer be contained and are forced to push beyond the confines of their logic. Others, emerge from a single outline that manifests the controlled lawlessness of the work. Each piece achieves a complexity of color and layer that continues to build infinitely into the space of the page creating a warping spatial depth". My artwork from Mutations series in ROJO OUT exhibition on 8X3 m. billboards. Spain, Barcelona, Corcega 691. Until april 2008.
LOST final season is running, and fans everywhere are all very anxious for its end, when all the secrets of the island will be revealed. I'm one of them... and taking a look at Behance the other day, I ran into some awesome illustrations! The artist behind these has got the name of a famous character, Michael Myers, and he's done some truly killer illustrations (pun intended). For more of his awesome illustrations, check out his portfolio. I hope you all enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
I simply love fashion and many things surrounding it, specially fashion sketches and illustrations! I really like browsing around looking for nice and inspiring fashion sketches. I think that fashion illustrations are extremely beautiful, elegant, delicate... they transmit a good vibe. I'm not sure why they enchant me this much, but I just can't get tired of fashion sketches. And this is exactly why I decided to put this selection together. All of the images I will show here I found at deviantART, so click at the images to go to the author's page. They have lots of great stuff to show. And in case you also like this kind of subject, let me know and I will write more about it! Enjoy. =)
The Spanish Illustrator Vicente García Morillo came up with a series of illustrations called Black Book Sessions which each session represent a different musician and the illustrations go along with it's style, check it out.
Mario Wagner was born in 1974 and works as an artist and illustrator in San Francisco/USA and Cologne/Germany. His unique illustrations and artworks are commissioned by the most popular magazines like Playboy and the New York Times Magazine or clients like Adidas or Cheerios. Wagner’s work is made analog, he uses old magazines, scissor, glue and acrylcolor, even for his about 6,5 feet large artworks. His work was already shown in numerous german and international exhibitions including the SCOPE. For more information and portfolio visit Mario Wagner's website at http://www.mario-wagner.com Some Works For Cerasoli Gallery, 2009 for Neue Zuercher Zeitung, 2009 for TAXI/Hospice Ontario, 2009 for TAXI/Hospice Ontario, 2009 for Cheerios, 2008 for Runners World, 2009 "Flower" for Booklet Magazine, acryl+ collage on paper, 2008 "Essen" for SZ Wissen, acryl + collage on paper, 2007 "Radio" for Boston Globe, 2007 "Chapped Lips", 2007 "Bomben" "Wolken" for ROJO Magazine A selection of hist latest jobs for Design Week, INK Magazine, D Magazine and Zeit Wissen. Mario Wagner was elected to design the Gallery Wall of the 4010 Telekom Shop in Berlin Mitte. Drop by and enjoy the 27 x 8 feet large wall. Mario Wagner is the third artist after Akinori Oishi and Thomas Manig who is honored to show his work.
I really love how some artists have mastered retro illustrations! We've seen plenty of great designs, from Wall-e posters, to the Incredibles, passing through all things comic books. Retro illustration is everywhere, and the Lab Partners know how to do it. These pieces are pretty sweet, really worth taking a look. Also, there's their portfolio, where Ryan Meis and Sarah Labieniec share all their work with everyone. You should all visit them, and check all their work out! I hope you all enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
Ben Heine is a Belgian painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and photographer. His galleries are filled with great stuff and he can walk beautifully between several art directions, creating amazing pieces in any way he goes. Ben studied graphic arts - and worked as a graphic creator for 8 years - and sculpture and also has a degree in journalism. Besides all that he also speaks French, English and Dutch fluently, and some bits of Polish, Spanish and Russian. So don't worry about language issues when you decide to get in touch with him. ;) I really liked his work! The illustrations, digital paintings, photographs... everything is really inspiring. Some photos look like desktop wallpapers landscapes, the paintings are extremely creative and colorful...he simply has several kinds of work, to please multiple tastes. As I made only a brief selection from his work, I really recommend you to check out his flickr gallery or his DA page. Ben has tons of great artworks to show, so take your time and check them out. I hope you like the selection. Enjoy. :)
We've been hearing lately a buzz about a possible Thundercats movie. That would be pretty sweet, since the Thundercats was one of my all time favorite cartoons... So I thought it would be a good idea to check some cool illustrations to enjoy the cats. Some high class illustrations have made awesome art, really worth checking out! Don't forget to check their portfolios... They'll really enjoy it! I hope you all like it! Cheers. ;) UndoCrew Lines by Alex Milne, Colors by Espen Grundetjern Pencils by Lauren Montgomery, Colors by Dracowyr John Amor Carlos Lerms Lines by Dexstar71, Colors by Javilaparra Pencils by Edu Francisco, Colors by Teodoro Gonzalez Mihajlo Dimitrovski Andy Park Carlos DAnda Paul Harmon John Amor Pencils by Sean "Cheeks" Galloway, Colors by Tony Washingto Caio Cacau Halil URAL Pencils by Ryan Benjamin, Colors by Joel David Velásquez Gavin Schmidt Pencils by Ariel Padilla, Colors by evergreenfajardo Remainaery Javas Lines by Pedro Delgado, R. A. Southerland and Carlos Gomez, Colors by Kyle Foster Pedro Leonelli Giovanny Dave Johnson
Oh my God. I actually thought I had already posted about this guy. Ok, not just some guy, but Dave Johnson. Dave who? Dave Johnson! If you don't know him, you should really google him just to know how great this artist is. He's one of the greatest illustrators out there. When I was younger, one of my all time favorite Superman comics mini-series was the Red Son. I loved those books... and later I found out that Dave Johnson had done the covers for them. I instantly faved that guy forever. He's done some great works for both Marvel and DC, and many great indie works... anyways, you should REALLY check out his portfolio to see ALL his kickass work. I hope you like it! Cheers. ;)
Once again it's Friday... and we must have fun. I was trying to figure out a fun post, and at general, illustrations are fun, right? So I just had to post the work of Serge Birault, this amazing artist who makes beautiful art. He comes up with some great characters, absolutely beautiful pin-ups which take our breath away. For more of his work, visit this portfolio at DeviantART... I hope you all enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
Carmelo Di Lorenzo is an art director, designer and illustrator, from São Paulo, Brazil. Carmelo worked with Adhemas Batistas, one of his greatest influences, a few years ago and now he is working as Senior Art Director at Wunderman. Also he decided to put more time into illustration and design. Most of his ideas are inspired by guys like Adhemas, Douglas Alves and old school animators from Disney. For more information check out Carmelo Di Lorenzo portfolio at http://www.casadedesenho.com.br/ Drawings Art Direction
You probably already seen some of these around... and if you like artworks filled with creativity, colors and sense of humor, so I guess you probably liked what you've seen and you also probably wondered who was the artist behind those arts. So here we present you Denis Zilber, a very talented artist from Ramat Gan, Israel who is into illustration/animation and have some pretty nice artworks at his portfolio. His caricatural style makes his artworks really fun to admire. We will present here a selection of some of Denis' work and we really recommend you to check out his portfolio and his blog for further artworks and info. I hope you like the selection. Enjoy. :)
I was trying to figure out what to post today... so I started to check some old bookmarks I have, and my attention was caught by some awesome illustrations that I couldn't believe I haven't posted yet. These are stunning. The girl behind these is Jessica Oyhenart, an awesome artist from Dallas, Texas... she's got amazing pieces in her portfolio, which I just had to share with you guys, because this girl deserves some attention. So, I've made a little selection of her work... to check it fullsize, or to check more of it, go to her DeviantART page. She'll appreciate it. Cheers! ;)
As tradition demands, we MUST have fun on friday. We all had a tough week, and nothing better just to chill a little bit, right? Fabio and I were talking about that fun movie Ninja Assassin... we thought it would be a great idea for a post, Ninjas!! So I went looking for ninjas... and as I should have known, they are tough to be found... I mean, they're ninjas, right? I actually found just a few set of great images... illustrations, picture and a sculpture. But all really awesome. So, I hope you all enjoy my selection, and don't forget to visit the artists behind these! Cheers. ;)
I really love girls who can draw (I probably have said that before). I was looking for some illustrations, and I found these... the work of Tara McPherson, a very talented, and stylish person. She's got some amazing stuff at her portfolio, and these are the ones I liked the most. Tara McPherson is an artist based out of New York City. Creating art about people and their odd ways, her characters seem to exude an idealized innocence with a glimpse of hard earned wisdom in their eyes. Recalling many issues from childhood and good old life experience, she creates images that are thought provoking and seductive. People and their relationships are a central theme throughout her work. For more of these, visit her at her potfolio. She'll enjoy it. Cheers! ;)
Everyone likes to wear tees and why not have some awesome tee to go with your personality. I selected a few awesome tees I found over at emptees, and you can take a look, get inspired and go after the ones you liked the most. Enjoy! Purdy Nerdy | by mrgauky Purdy Nerdy | by mrgauky Forgot to Study | by jublin Forgot to Study | by jublin Fast Funeral | by Glennz Ninja! Heads will roll! | by smoking Bountiful Booty | by Evanimal Bountiful Booty | by Evanimal We’re only Human | by matt901 Eat Sleep Attack | by Greg Abbott Grief | by chadmanzo Deadly Goldmine | by akrapf Deadly Goldmine | by akrapf The Nightmares' Factory | by Adam Antium I’m Afraid Of Witches | by Attila Recycle | by Wotto Handlebars are in town | by alvarejo The Black Panther Party | by Rusc The Black Panther Party | by Rusc
When we get to think about classic design, one of the things that come to mind are those awesome, vintage Penguin and Pelican book cover designs. There are tons of them out there, but I've made a brief selection of some pretty cool ones. Do you anymore must-see covers? Let us know!! I hope you all enjoy my selection! Cheers. ;)