When I grew up I didn't have an SNES, my console was the SEGA Genesis but despite the different games I relate with the 16bit generation and consider one of the best phases of video-game design. Games were fun but the most important, they were simple.
Mike Karolos shared a beautiful selection of his most recent personal illustrations. As with all Mike’s personal works, “when i find the time in between client work, i like to experiment and take my style a little bit further. That could mean something as simple as using new color pallets or even trying a new approach overall on a new illustration.” The great thing about personal work is that you have the freedom to be creative in whatever way you choose - adds Mike. His themes are random, just whatever comes to his head and has inspired him at that specific moment. “I firmly believe that personal work is a stepping stone for client work. Hope you enjoy these new illustrations.”
Signed and numbered limited edition Giclée prints available in Mike’s shop here.