Flourishing forests fill Hye Jin Chung’s work with life and colour, carefully tended with cut paper and drawn textures. We take a peek through the foliage and look at some of the techniques she uses.
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 withĀ some striking images as a result.
Ā© Kyle Stecker, 2015
Through what must be a monumental collection of clippings, scraps, and torn pieces of paper, Lianne Harrison crafts magical scenes and patterns.
Her collages are full of expertly sliced details and curious-eyed characters.
‘The Bigger Picture’ is “a life-sized animated short” that employs a brilliantly creative mix of painting and stop motion animation techniques. In this Oscar nominated and BAFTA winning film, 2D and 3D surfaces were diligently painted for each frame.
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.
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.
By playing with contrast in a range of different ways, Ellie Andrews has created a unique voice for her illustration work. We take a look at some of the colours, textures and compositions she uses in her images to achieve this.