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.
Lorraine Loots is an artist from Cape Town, South Africa and since 2013 she has been doing a miniature painting every single day. These mini paintings are so amazing and so tiny at the same time, it's incredible how much detail she gets in there. Check them out! For more from Lorraine Loots follow her on instagram @lorraineloots/.
This post is a collection of great conceptual illustrations by the Polish illustrator Adam Quest. These conceptual illustrations are full of meanings and were published in a variety of publications. Check it out! For more from Adam Quest visit behance.net/AdamQuest. Second personality Freedom is just an Illusion Modern but still windmills Ebola Memento Mori Runs in once blood Religion vs faith Miscarriage Living on credit Book Prisoner Music Addiction Words define once life Vaacum Golf player Workaholic Virtual world
Star Wars fans everywhere are just going nuts over the first trailer for Star Wars Episode VII - The Force Awakens. We got to see some fantastic scenes from a Galaxy far, far away, like the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy, the Millennium Falcon, doing some crazy stunts. This trailer has got some artists excited and now we have some super awesome fan art for you guys to see! As time passes, we're definitely gonna see more of these fantastic pieces. Also, if you've seen any more great fan art, let us know! I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;) Patrick Seymour Patrick Seymour Legion of Potatoes Adam Schickling Josh Lange Charles Tan Manuel Morgado Esther Wagner AndrewSS Salvador Trakal Thu Berchs Benoit Penaud David Alonso Lara David Alonso Lara Tom MessyPandas Eddie Holly Phil Noto
Halloween is around the corner so I decided to collect some really cool dribble shots from halloween. These illustrations are in mini size but they are super cool. Check them out! by Nikita by MUTI by 羊女走召 by Cuberto by Katya Prokofyeva by The Fox And King by Creativedash by Maria Keller by Graham Erwin by Glenn Jones by Den Parukedonos by Artua by Joey Ellis
Brian Miller put together a beautiful series of illustrations for the 2014 LabelExpo America. The style, a kind of vintage-y, mid-century look with an incredible sense of motion. The colors are also spot on and these illustrations are probably some of the coolest I've seen in quite a long time. Here are the final illustrations I did for the 2014 LabelExpo Americas series. The idea was to capture moments outdoor with each character in unique environments defined by the client. I really enjoyed the challenge of exploring and drawing environments which I haven't tackled before, and was surprised which ones turned out to be my favorite (who knew drawing deserts could be so fun!) Brian Miller is the owner artist and illustrator behind the Orlin Culture Shop AKA OCS. His portfolio is full of incredible work and definitely worth checking it out. For more information visit http://www.orlincultureshop.com/
Here is a cool collection of gorilla illustrations to inspire you by different styles of illustrations and if you ever need to design a logo relative with animals you can use this as a bit of research. Enjoy! by Waldek Graczyk by Micael Forsberg by Al Kurr by Joseph Le by Luiz Adelino by Big Ryan by George Bokhua by CJ Zilligen by George Coghill by Damian Kidd by George Bokhua by George Bokhua by George Bokhua by Tycoon Creative by Alan Oronoz by Christian Schupp Aro
Low Polygon artworks have become a trend and for a simple reason, the breadth of character as compared to super photo-realist 3D images. There are different styles and ways to achieve the effect, we have even featured a really cool case study from Breno Bitencourt titled Low Poly Illustrations in Photoshop. So today we feature some inspiring low poly artworks for you. Hopefully they might give you the extra motivation to create your own.
The new work of Pale Horse is absolutely insane. There's so much details that make each composition, the colors are so vivid and the visuals are amazing. Check them out! For more about Pale Horse visit palehorsedesign.com.
Davide Bonazzi is an illustrator from Bologna Italy. He mixes digital techniques with textures of scanned found objects, in order to give his bold conceptual illustrations a warm and evocative atmosphere. Check them out! For more from Davide Bonazzi visit davidebonazzi.com and behance.net/dbonazzi246b32.
The Amazing Pattern Library, started by Tim Holman and Claudio Guglierei, is an on going project that complies patterns shared by the most talented designers out there for you to use freely in your designs. The collection of patterns and the quality is top notch. I will definitely be using some of the patterns in my future design and I am sure you will do too. For more information visit http://thepatternlibrary.com/
Radio is a multi-disciplinary creative studio based in Cape Town, South Africa. Their portfolio has a wide range of styles, but we would like to list some examples of their work that has a more vector and simplistic approach like the Field and Stream. I really like these guys work and I got really inspired to come up something inspired by some of the pieces I saw. For more information visit http://www.madebyradio.com/ Field and Stream General Electric Cycling Critters Mad Men Season 6 Iron Man 3 Others
Italian illustrator Jacopo Rosati reinvented the way he creates his illustrations by hand crafting each piece of it. Take a look inside his process and the result is amazing. For more from Jacopo Rosati visit jacoporosati.com. I've spent the whole year of 2012 developing a new style. I was kind of bored about working only with vector illustration, I was seeking for a new unique style, something more warm, something that I can make with bare hands. I chose fuzzy felt because it's a kind of material which isn't used too much as a pure graphical media. My goal was to develop flat bi-dimensional collages, paper is already very used in illustration, plus it can't guarantee the same hardness than Fuzzy Felt does. I've started with personal works, an then editors and art directors started to ask me this kind of artworks. These are the results of an year of efforts!
Neil Webb is a editorial illustrator from London, and have worked for most major newspaper in UK. He has a very clever style with a good use of illusion and retro color making some truly amazing editorial Illustrations. For more from Neil Webb visit his portfolio neilwebb.net and his Behance Gallery behance.net/neilwebb. In my work, the aim is to provide a concise visual solution. Much of my work has a conceptual take that hopefully serves to enrich the theme. Ideas are important. As are colours and shapes!
A truly master when it comes to band art, Dave Quiggle is a multidisciplinary illustrator, doing several covers, t-shirts and posters for rock, metal and hardcore bands around the world. Besides that, he is also a tattoo artist doing only custom and unique designs, a influence that you can see thru all this artworks and projects. You can see more from Dave at the following links: Website Facebook Twitter Store Black Rose District Album Covers T-shirts Posters Giveaway (Winner) The winner with best comment selected by Dave Quiggle was daghene with the title "My shelter is where you are". Please send a e-mail to marcostorres90[at]gmail.com to get your poster. Thanks everyone who participated, you can see more Dave posters at the his Store
Hi everyone, today we're saying goodbye to the Comic Book Artist series, for now we're no longer going to make it as weekly series, but you can see all the posts here. Anyway, on this last post we're featuring Marcio Abreu, a outstanding penciler and inker form São Paulo, Brazil. Hopefully we're going to see more form this young artist soon. You can see more artworks from Marcio Abreu at his DeviantArt Gallery and you also can see his last updates on his Blog.
Most of you may know Joe Quesada from his outstanding Marvel covers from Wolverine series, actually Joe is way more than just a great penciler and inker. Starting out during the 90's , Joe worked on Valiant comics before getting on Marvel and DC comics and later even opening his own company, Event Comics. I could spent the whole talking about this awesome artist, unfortunately he haven't a official website, but you can find more information about him on his Wikipedia Profile and more artworks at his Comic Art Community Gallery.