We’d love to hang out with Lisk Feng’s characters amongst the colourful scenery she creates. She uses an interesting mix of textures and compositions to put you right in there with them.
Seeking out and embracing the imperfect has given the work of Hungarian illustrator, Borbála Tompa a tactile feel with its beauty in the rough edges.
Borbála’s work is all about mastering the unpolished finish and keeping the sense of expressive, intuitive decision making in her work. She tries to capture the character her paintings have even though the final images are worked digitally.
Multitalented artists, Elzo Durt creates detailed, psychedelic artwork, drawing inspiration from underground culture and the music scene he has become involved in.
Bussels-born Elzo, cites his childhood of skateboarding and punk culture as major influences on the kind of images he creates. His interesting blend of detail and lucid colours has gained him a reputation for band posters and other music-related projects.
Dynamic figurative drawing, beautiful textures and a strong narrative are all things you can expect to find in the illustration by Miko Maciaszek.
Looking at the studies in his sketchbooks, you can tell that Miko is interested in the figure and finding an expressive way to describe it. It really shows in his illustrations, in the interesting poses and compositions he comes up with.
Back in early 2012, we featured some of the work by Ryan Gillett after being sent a set of his beautifully screen printed postcards. We thought it was about time we caught up with Ryan and took at look at what he’s been up to over the last couple of years and how his illustration style has developed.
We’re really taken with the thoughtful illustrations by Italian illustrator, Andre Mongia. His ideas are already intriguing, but the materials he works with give them an added atmosphere and emotive quality.
Jacckrit Anantakul is a Bangkok-based graphic designer and illustrator who has become known for his experimental typography and tongue-in-cheek imagery. The humour and multitude of bizarre characters in his work make a nice counterpoint to the clean, geometric aesthetic he uses.