Jeffrey Alan Love’s sketchbooks feature foreboding¬†figures that look out with imposing eyes from rich spreads of black ink. This preparatory work translates into haunting yet tender illustrations in his final images.
Slovenian illustrator¬†Zoran Pungerńćar uses a creative mix of cut out shapes, textures and drawings in simple compositions to make these interesting illustrations.
There’s a wealth of unexpected and intriguing forms to look out for.
With an affinity for the natural world and its inhabitants, Alexander Vidal fills his¬†illustrations with the wonderful forms of the planet’s wildlife.
You can find his many decorative beasts on dinnerware, packaging, and various other kinds of product design.
In layers of rich printed textures and painted marks that sometimes barely touch the page, Luca Di Battista creates illustrations with tactility and depth. And with interesting ideas and playful use of narrative, it makes for a strong body of editorial images.
Creating depth in pools of gorgeous inks,¬†Astrid Linn√©a Andersson masterfully handles the swirls and bleeds of colour to create drawings that are vibrant and expressive.
The interesting nature of¬†Astrid’s work is in the constant play between opposing forces that seem to be tentatively held together on the page. Rich inks move freely and unpredictably, but are reigned into line, forcing a distinguishable structure out from the chaos.
By choosing the most appropriate techniques for any given¬†project while also experimenting when she can, Genevieve Simms keeps her work fresh and unexpected.
While her¬†overall penchant for intense colours and complimentary textures unifies Genevieve’s portfolio, her play with different techniques fills her work with pleasant surprises.
Brightly coloured archways, bright streaks of paint, and neon plazas decorate the colourful mixed media illustrations that Meredith Sadler creates.
Meredith is an illustrator from Nova Scotia, Canada, now working from Toronto.