Category Archives: Mixed Media

Diorama-inspired Process and Moonlit illustrations by Nancy Liang

Posted at 3 pm on September 14, 2014 by

Posted in: Landscapes, Mixed Media, Paper Illustration

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Sydney-based illustrator, Nancy Liang builds on her love of dioramas and nighttime scenes in her atmospheric illustrations. By collecting paper with various different qualities and working in graphite, Nancy constructs her tranquil and somewhat eerily quiet townscapes.

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Wordless Storytelling from Recent Graduate Michael Parkin

Posted at 6 pm on August 29, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Mixed Media

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Recent graduate, Michael Parkin’s rough marks and charmingly imperfect edges lend a gritty, hand-made style to the sequential illustrations he creates. We take a look at some of his comics and other projects as he tells us about the process he goes through while making them.

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Jeroen Erosie's Evolving Layers as Street Art, Canvases and Sketches

Posted at 10 am on August 18, 2014 by

Posted in: Mixed Media, Painting, Street Art

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From the small drawings in his sketchbooks, to the large, sprawling murals on the sides of buildings, Jeroen Erosie leaves his mark. His work appears on music sleeves and canvases in a process that is a constant chain of thought that keeps it moving and evolving.

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Creative Colour Combinations in Buildings and Landscapes by Noémie Cédille

Posted at 11 am on August 17, 2014 by

Posted in: Landscapes, Mixed Media

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Imagined structures in an interesting mix of soft and strong shades populate the world in these illustrations by Paris-based artist Noémie Cédille.

We really like her work for the unique blend of colours in her palette and the creative use of different textures and forms.

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Line, Form, and Charming Characters with Jay Cover

Posted at 5 am on August 16, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Mixed Media

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Whether he is creating simple, linear drawings in charcoal or his colourful characters, Jay Cover’s work always comes across with a great sense of confidence.

His forms are beautifully stripped down, while the charming personalities in his illustrations walk around with a lovely understated humour.

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