Looking at her recent projects, we’re impressed with how much she has developed and strengthened her style of illustration.
Joyous characters fill every inch of the illustrated world that Gomez creates. Their happy, smiling faces bring colour and light-hearted humour to the various children’s books and editorial work that she puts her creative stamp on.
We really like the sharp shapes and cut-out feel in Monge Quentin’s figurative illustrations. A clever use of mixed media keep the characters looking fresh, often using suitably simple forms and expressive shades and dashes.
Although still working his way through his studies, third-year Illustration student Michael Driver’s work is already super polished. He has a confident style that employs a playful and inventive use of materials to keep each image fun and engaging.
Distinctively styled figures¬†and dappled textures give Beth Walrond’s illustrations a¬†nicely individual character. From their block-like hands to their almost cubic frames, Beth draws every shape in her work from her own, creative perspective.
Back in 2013, we featured Benoit Tardif’s work after being drawn in by its balance of simplicity with grittiness and energy. Eager to see more, we thought we would check out some his recent additions to his portfolio and see how his work has been developing.
Alexandra Pichard’s characters are sweet and beautifully drawn. They have a wonderful, delicate feel to them as well as a light and appealing humour. We take a look at some of them in action in picture books and more.