Patrick Hruby’s work is a celebration of pattern, geometry, and colour. All are shown in full force in his striking illustrations and prints.
Patrick’s work is often full to the brim with patterns and shapes, but is just as impactful with the compositions that are stripped down and minimal.
Josh Holinaty’s art has bundles of grit in every part of his illustrations, even down to the smallest details. He talks to us about satisfying the need to get hands on with his materials as we look at how this results in the weight and depth in his work.
Cajsa Holgersson constructs her illustrations using a creative combination of geometric shapes and patterns. In attention-grabbing, strong colours, Cajsa uses the various dots, blocks, and angles to create everything from portraits to architectural scenes.
Inspired by science fiction, classic cinema, and modern design aesthetics, Edward Tuckwell’s work is full of graphic shapes in striking compositions. Although working in a variety of mediums, he most often uses digital and screen printing processes to create his bold work.
Jordan Carter works with a creative combination of realistic pencil drawings and bold, graphic shapes. He pairs the two together to make images that are delicate yet punchy.
It would be fair to say that most illustrators fall into either the realistic or more stylised categories. So seeing someone that works in a way that has them sitting comfortably in both is intriguing and immediately draws you in.
Elena Boils‘ work plays with a beautiful contrast between areas adorned with patterns and strong, simple forms. While she uses bold, geometric designs for a typically more digital look, she also manages to retain a nice printed feel as well.