Staying in the layers of projects related to packaging, we are featuring this lovely series of illustrations for Target's renowned Archer Farms Coffee by Collins. Designed by Paris-based illustrator and art director Tom Haugomat from Messieurs Dame. Working mainly in illustration, animation and painting; you should definitely follow his Behance for the latest work. I would also add that the graphic design was done by Jules Tardy and Flora Chan, all the skillsets together for a beautiful and easy to ready packaging design. More Links Learn more about Tom Haugomat via his Tumblr Follow Tom's work on Behance Packaging Illustration
I would personally never get enough of everything related to neo-noir-inspired culture. Last year, we had the chance to explore that genre again with movies like Blade Runner 2049 and Ghost in the Shell. So it was obligatory to share the conceptual work of Tony Skier who is a concept artist based in Kyiv, Ukraine. His work is a mixture of different tools from Adobe Photoshop, Brush, After Effects and more, definitely check him out via his ArtStation Profile. More Links Learn more about Tony Skeor via his ArtStation Profile Follow Tony's work on Instagram Conceptual Illustration
First of all, Happy New Year everyone! We hope that everyone enjoyed a beautiful time off with their families, siblings, and friends. We are back and moving forward in 2018! Let's kick it off with the stunning work of Toronto-based illustrator named Janice Sung, she is an independent illustrator and her craft is all around portraits. You might have recognized some famous celebrities or movie characters like Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Mathilda and more. If you wanna learn more about her techniques and tutorials, check out her Patreon. Mostly inspired by my love for fashion, people, and nature. I love creating worlds and characters that elevate story and beauty. More Links Learn more about Janice Sung at janicesung.com Follow Janice's work on Behance Follow Janice on Instagram Portrait Illustrations
We are featuring this fun illustration project by Nikola Radojčić and Nenad Radojčić from Braća Burazeri. As you may have noticed, it's a series of illustrations of animals made of circles, triangles, and squares. The results are just fantastic and quite clever. It's such a good creative challenge to limit ourselves to create under some circumstances like shapes. Braća Burazeri did an incredible to embrace the challenge and also shared a bit of the process along the way. With the commencement of a new year real soon, this might be a great opportunity to set up some goals. What will be on your list? Grid, circles, triangles and squares :) More Links Learn more about Braća Burazeri at bracaburazeri.com Follow Braća Burazeri's work on Behance Illustration
Since our weekly curated UI/UX interactions series are going well, we decided to give it a try with illustrations. Instead of focusing on one specific medium for illustrations like a print design for example. We will surf and look for great pieces across more platforms from books, print, web, applications and more. We will mix it all from static, dynamic and even live animations, this might be a great series to bookmark! For this week, let's go in different directions and see how this will boost your creativity! In this collection we are featuring the illustrative work from Dmitrii Kharchenko, Leo Natsume, Igor Kozak, DKNG and more. More Links For more, check out Dribbble Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram via Dribbble Design by Dmitrii Kharchenko Design by Leo Natsume Design by Igor Kozak Design by DKNG Design by Sean Farrell Design by Aleksandar Savic Design by Victor_hong Design by Arslan Ali Design by MoonMars Design by Rwds Design by Tiantian Xu Design by Sudhan Gowtham Design by Christi du Toit Design by Sam Dunn
In honor of the blistering, record-breaking heat we're experiencing out West we were inspired to post these charming illustrations by Freiburg, Germany based illustrator and animator Raphaëlle Martin aptly titled "Canicule" translating to "dog days." The Bay Area has never seen heat like this before and without any AC we're channeling these lovely illustrations and transporting ourselves to that pool, cocktail in hand, for a much needed respite. We love the minimal and solitary nature of Raphaelle's illustrations delivering an opportunity for the viewer to interpret as their own favorite spot to seek relief from the dog days of summer. Enjoy and be sure to check Raphaëlle's site for a complete glimpse into this talented creative's portfolio of artistic delights.
Giovanni Maisto share a little bit of the behind the scenes of one of his recent projects, the Liquid Mind. The three illustrations on the theme of the liquid state, the liquid essence of the thought, the continuous evolution and changing of forms, as in a dream state. All that comes to life by the inner senses, and that reason alone does not create visions - those are his own words to describe the work. As it's been a while since we had some illustrations case studies I hope you enjoy this selection. Giovanni is an illustrator and concept artist based in the beautiful Venice, Italy. He is currently working for Ubisoft and you can check out more of his work at http://giovannimaistoart.jimdo.com/ Illustrations
These illustrations will show you how to avoid death by lightning or even how to teach a parrot to talk. This awesomeness was created for the New York Times by "Made by Radio" a creative studio specialized in illustrations and animations. Check them out! For more from Made by Radio visit .madebyradio.com.
Davide Bonazzi is an Italian illustrator who uses a mix digital techniques with textures of scanned found objects, in order to give my conceptual illustrations a warm and evocative atmosphere. For more from Davide Bonazzi visit . Tette e cibo / Boobs & Food | A project for fighting brest cancer Back to Vinyl | Client: The Boston Globe Lack of mystery in the next TV season | Client: The Boston Globe Hijacking Journals | Client: Science magazine Hack attack. Why companies are not safe from industrial espionage? | Client: ACE Progress magazine Phishing. Why companies are not safe from industrial espionage? | Client: ACE Progress magazine Dialogue | Client: JP Morgan Chase & Co Teamwork | Client: JP Morgan Chase & Co Can you really time the market? | Client: Wells Fargo's Conversations magazine Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) tools | Client: Science magazine Your own, personal, utilitarian Jesus | Client: Christianity Today
After the horrible attacks to Paris, the entire world came together to show their support to Paris including designers from all over the globe. Here is a few illustration that pay honor and support to France as we all pray for peace. by Nicolas Fredrickson by Studio–JQ by Vova by Krešimir Lončar by New Haircut by Wiley by Nick Franchi by BEASTY ™ by Ronald Hagenstein by Robbie Thiessen by Claire Delsemme by Risa Rodil
Spanish illustrator Carlos Arrojo shared with us his latest project. A visual identity for restaurant La marmota respostrebar, and many illustrations to go along with it. Check it out! For more from Carlos Arrojo visit carlosarrojo.com/. Logo Logo (line version) Logo (letters version) Illustrations for menus and other applications Desserts, breakfast, afternoon snacks and cakes Drinks Starters Main dishes Card design Card (front and back side) Patterns Menu (front and back side)
Maka Zedelashvili is an illustrator from Tbilisi, Georgia. In this post we will display her work for the book " Galaktionology " which refers to the bohemian life of XX century Georgian poet -galaktion tenants and activities. Enjoy! For more from Maka Zedelashvili visit behance.net/mzeart.
To celebrate Memorial Day I selected some really cool illustrations from Dribbble that shows some different prospectives of how people perceive this day. Happy Memorial Day! by Rick Murphy Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. by Brian Steely by Brave People by Ben Suarez by Chris Fernandez by James Olstein by AJ Godfrey by Squid by Jeremy Booth by Dustin Haver by Justin Rodriguez by Moxie by Adam Eargle by Mark Gomez by Casey Gaffney
Thomas Lamadieu uses photos of the sky from between buildings and makes really cool art over it. His artistic aim is to show a different perception of urban architecture and the everyday environment around us, what we can construct with a boundless imagination. For more from Thomas Lamadieu visit thomaslamadieu.com.
My weekends are always good time to surf the web and find inspiring work. It didn't take too look for me to find Alexey Kashpersky amazing 3D and illustration work. Alexey graduated from the National Technical University in his native town of Poltava (Ukraine) and earned a degree as Master of Visual and Decorative and Applied Arts with honors. The different styles really caught my attention, from scientific style 3D illustration to beautiful almost baroque style fantasy artwork, pretty much all of his work is worth being featured here on Abduzeedo. He has since created a series of CG artwork for the Fantasy field and a large volume of 3D models for television and 3D printing studios - having worked with customers all around the world. In 2012, he started research and work in the scientific visualization field. The same year, he won an international competition with his Human Immunodeficiency Virus artwork, and in 2013 became a member of the Association of Medical Illustrators (USA). Alexey is the recipient of numerous major awards in the field of 3D graphics, including two CGSociety 3D Awards. He has been published in books such as: Exotique, Digital Art Masters, Secrets of Zbrush, etc. Aside from this, he is also the founder of the following projects: ARTTalk.ru, ARQUTE.COM (2007-2015), and a printed collection of the best digital artworks ARQUTE Artbook. Currently, Alexey lives in Montclair, New Jersey (USA) where he is working as 3D Artist at Radius Digital Science. The Guards Zodiac "…perhaps one day, I will decide to go diving along the coral reefs or explore thousand year-old caves at the ends of the Earth." Lion & Boy Drug concept for Radius Digital Science On the precipice of universe (2007) Human Immunodeficiency Virus For more information check out http://kashpersky.com/index.html
The Museum of Childhood in London created a project where they mapped the streets of London with artworks by many different artist with the theme ""See the world through a child's eye". Check it out! For more info visit mocseetheworld.com/. by MICK MARSTON by ANDREW RAE by KATE SUTTON by GREG ABBOTT by SERGE SEIDLITZ by MARTA ORZEL by THIAGO DE MORAES by SERGE SEIDLITZ by ANDY CLOUGH by ANDY CLOUGH by ALAN WILSON by THIAGO DE MORAES by PAUL PATEMAN by ROB FLOWERS by ROB FLOWERS by ALAN WILSON by SERGIO MORA by DALATANDO ALMEIDA by ANDY CLOUGH by ANDY CLOUGH
Jim Tsinganos is an illustrator from Sydney, Australia who specializes in editorial illustrations. In this post we'll show some of his work done for Money Magazine along with others. Enjoy! For more from Jim Tsinganos visit tsinganos.com and behance.net/tsinganos. ePayments Code - Money Magazine Switching to Higher Interest Savings - Money Magazine Super Annuation Property - Money Magazine Transaction Rewards - Money Magazine Insurance up, Savings down - Money Magazine Lack of Protection for Whistleblowers - Money Magazine "Astroturfing", posting fake reviews on the net to lure business. - Money Magazine Big Banks payback excessive Credit Card fees. - Money Magazine Skin feature - Nature and Health Magazine. Same Sex Marriage Laws in New Zealand - Law Institute Journal of Victoria China's Hard Climb to Affluence - The Milken Institute Review America's Expensive Addiction to Oil and the Search for Sustainable Alternatives - The Milken Institute Review. America's Expensive Addiction to Oil and the Search for Sustainable Alternatives - The Milken Institute Review. America's Expensive Addiction to Oil and the Search for Sustainable Alternatives - The Milken Institute Review. America's Expensive Addiction to Oil and the Search for Sustainable Alternatives - The Milken Institute Review.