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Fantastic Illustrations by Adrian Van Delzel

Adrian Van Delzel is a graphic designer and illustrator from Barcelona, Spain. His work is most vector illustrations with an incredible amount of details and elements. Some characters are simply amazing, especially the Monster ones. Most things are based on vectors in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop is a faithful friend, but not the center of it all. I always try to find some sort of equilibrium, which counteract my "artistic imbalance" that is present on everything I do... For more information about Adrian's work please visit his website at, you will not regret it. Videos LITTLE HOOLIN from Adrian Van Delzel on Vimeo.

Awesome Character Design and Graffitis by Volos

Stamatis Lasko is a visual artist from Volos Greece. We can seen in his portfolio some incredible paintings and street art graffitis. The portraits are very detailed and with a interesting movement and expressions. I really like his skills on character design, and I highly recommend that you check out his portfolio at Stamatis Laskos was born in Volos in 1985.He studied painting in the Athens School of Fine Arts 2002-2007 (3rd painting studio, , Papaspirou-Spilopoulos). Now works as a freelancer, paints from small drawings to canvases to huge walls. Some Works

Super Cool 3D Characters by Jonathan Ball

I have been researching for a personal project I am working on in characted design. While I was surfing on Behance I stumbled on the Johnathan Ball's profile, a digital artists from Newport, UK. I was really impressed by the quality of Jonathan's work. The 3D characters are very funny and well done. Also he has done work for big clients such as MTV, BBC, Sony, BBC and others. Jonathan Ball is a freelance illustrator and designer from little old wales, which is tidily tucked away in a corner of the UK. He loves to draw and is eager for you to pay him for his efforts. This helps feed his family and a small flock of sheep. As usual we highly recommed that you check out his portfolio at

Incredible and Creepy Photo Manipulations by Aja Jones

I was surfing on Behance when I found one incredible image of a monster. It was quite creepy but really well done, so I decided to check out the author's portfolio. Aja Jones is a digital artists from France with a incredible set of monsters and macabre creatures design. All of them are creative photo manipulations, mixed with paintings and illustration. I would love to see his design process on them. For more information visit Aja Jones Behance page at or his DeviantArt at I am a Macabre Artist - Aja Jones

21 Masters of Character Design and their Amazing Creations

I've been working on some Flash projects that got some character designs. It's incredible how creative some designers and digital artists can get when they design these little creatures. Because of that, I decided to extend my research and share with you 21 masters of this craft and their amazing creations. If you know or has designed a character, share it with, us leaving a comment. We're always looking for new designers and artists. If you know or have designed a character, share it with us leaving a comment. We're always looking for new designers and artists. szwedzki Superfex A O Maroto NIARK1 niel quisaba Nevena Nevena Alberto CerriteƱo Thodoris Tibilis Mr Gauky Jared Nickerson William Chua Norio Fujikawa Dario Dr.Pepper Maggiore zutto JIAR GRAFIKFITI jonathan ball Maroto Justin White Joshua Harvey Seagullsfly

Great Illustrations by Mathias Townsend

Over here at Abduzeedo, we love to feature the work of designers and digital artists from all over the world. We really want to help designers and the design community promote their work, share ideas and creativity with everyone. That's the case with Mathias Townsend; an illustrator and designer from Porto Alegre. Yep, he's from my town in Brazil. He has some very cool illustrations and character designs. Its definitely worth checking them out. For more information visit Mathias' Flickr page at and also send us link to your portfolio, flickr page, Deviantart, Behance, or simple a place where we can see your work.