In the two projects we take a look at, Justin Mezzell’s experience in print and editorial design comes through in his clean, geometric style. Whether it’s in the architectural details or paying homage to weaponry from popular culture, we enjoy the slick vectors and fresh colours he uses.
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We’re very lucky to get an inside look into the magical realm of goblins, fairies and other curiosities of mythology and folktales in the form of Briony May Smith’s sketchbooks.
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Explosions of bright, colourful energy are what a hit you when looking at the work of illustrator Camilla Perkins. It’s difficult to have a bad day when looking through her portfolio, which really is a joyous celebration of colour that invites you to get on board.
Sari Cohen’s figures have a shape all of their own. From their cute little hands to their weighty thighs and forearms, the little details in her figurative style make her work identifiable her own and highlight her unique point of view.
Barbara Dziadosz has been conjuring up some beautiful colour combos on the screen bed. By overlay different pastel shades, she has come up with really interesting palettes that go beautifully with her light-hearted characters and sketchy drawings.
Nostalgia and geometric appreciation are just a couple of things that drew us to this series of vector designs based on the Capcom classic. This wonderful homage to ‘Street Fighter‘ comes from Bangkok-based artist Phuwadon Thongnoum.
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