Category Archives: Painting

Michael Olivo's Organic Forms in Illustrations and Comics

Posted at 9 am on July 11, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Ink Illustration, Painting

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Wandering across the alien landscape imagined by Michael Olivo, expect to tumble through turbulent masses of morphing forms and encounter brilliant and bizarre characters.

We love the abstract wackiness that¬†permeates through Michael’s illustrations and comics. The organic structures capture a spontaneity and energy¬†that creates a sense of ongoing movement.

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Both the Modern and Vintage in Illustrations and Paintings by Ryan Heshka

Posted at 11 am on June 28, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Painting

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There is an attractive dichotomy of styles in Ryan Heshka’s illustrations that comes beautifully together.

There is both a vintage quality and something graphically modern about his work, making it distinctive and intriguing.

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Catch Up: Karol Banach's First Three Years as an Illustrator

Posted at 12 pm on June 21, 2015 by

Posted in: Mixed Media, Painting, Spray Paint

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A while back, we featured work by the Poland-based then Illustration student Karol Banach.

Now being three years since he made his way out into the world as a professional illustrator, we thought it would be good to touch base and see how Karol’s work has developed.

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