We couldn't help but smile from ear to ear when we came across the latest illustration work of Amit Shimoni, a young Israeli artist based in Tel Aviv. During his time serving in the military service from 18-21 years of age, Amit started painting abstract art to express his emo
Eiko Ojala shared an awesome editorial illustration post on his Behance profile. Titled as "Dangerous Camouflage", Eiko tries to provide a critical point of view of the addiction of society to electronic devices, in this particular case, the about soldiers using smartphones and how dangerous it is of reviling all sorts of information.
The illustration looks like it was made of cut-out paper and has an amazing style, especially the use of negative space alongside with lights and shadows. In addition to the style, the composition creates a camouflage effect. Very clever.
For more information about Eiko check out his website at http://www.ploom.tv/