The polyhedral characters of Sivan Baron’s workĀ occupy a colourful, digital landscape in which she stages her wonderful 3D illustrations. She takes us on a tour while she talks about her process and the development of her style.
Stephen Kelleher applies his creative eye for geometric design to a range of different materials, both digitally and in three dimensions.
Experimenting with paper and wood as well as working with clean vectors, he keeps his approach fresh while still displaying his skill with shape and colour.
Patience, an eye for detail, and nimble fingers areĀ just a few of the qualities thatĀ MaĆ«lle Doliveux must have in abundance.
Her skilled hand and care over the tiniest scrapings of materials help her create beautifully realised 3D paper illustrations.
We featured Sam Pierpoint’s work back in 2011 when she was already making incredibly detailed and creative images out of paper. We thought it was about time we caught up with SamĀ and took a look at the work she has been making recently.
Liam Barrett’s work is always unexpected and enjoyably playful. Whether he’s putting his characters in prints or constructing them in 3D, he does it with a refreshing use of his materials and his own interesting take on form.
With smiling faces everywhere, it’s hard not to get swept along on thisĀ joyful ride. We take a look at the fun, character-led illustrations of Elliot Kruszynski.
Elliot Kruszynski uses hisĀ strong character design skills to add a sense of playfulness into all his work. His images are filled with multitudes of people and animals all with their own uniquely upbeat personalities.
Edward Cheverton has created a world populated by intriguing characters, and built by drawings, collages, found objects, or whatever he can get his talented hands on.