Brilliant jumbles of shapes, patterns and colours assemble into the eccentric characters created by Italian illustrator Fonzy Nils. We take a look at a few of them while he walks us through his drawing process.
Drawing on influences from other aspects of art such as dance and literature, Katie Ponder evokes an ethereal sense of magic and wonder in her mixed media collages.
She talks to us about they way she pieces them together, as well as the driving forces behind her¬†style.
Julienne Mei Tan is a Korean-Cambodian illustrator and printmaker, and studied Illustration in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she is now based.
We really enjoy the way she brings her print making experience into her illustrations, and her gorgeous use of colour.
The imagined places of Pierre Ferrero can be unnerving, but are ultimately beautiful and filled with mystery. All the grizzly, nighttime creatures are etched in delicate pencils and inks, and portrayed with a warming palette of pink and purple skies.
There’s a serene, dreamy quality to animator and director, Eran Hilleli’s work. Even in the short snippets he creates, he is able to capture a lovely sense of wonder in the movement and the design of his¬†characters.
Mich√©le Brummer Everett’s characters make the best use of simple lines and clever colour choices. We really like the focus on texture in the linear parts of her illustrations and how the stripped-back compositions make such strong images.
Cut paper, print, and ink techniques are creatively pieced together in these bold illustrations by Brooklyn-based Kyle Stecker. It’s an original mix of materials with¬†some striking images as a result.
¬© Kyle Stecker, 2015