Juliana Wang constructs layers of inky drawings into punchy compositions using interesting combinations of colours.
In Juliana’s work, you get a real feel of the brush on the paper. We really like her use of ink and how she builds up the shading and textures by layering up varying marks.
Anthony Petrie takes on some of the most beloved moments from past and recent pop culture. He depicts the memorable scenes in his highly detailed vectors posters.
As well as his popular posters, Anthony’s strong graphic style has had a variety of other applications like products and apparel. Check out the examples below for some great nostalgia and modern classics.
Levi Jacobs invites us to enter a world of neon colours and seductive mischief, opening the doors to ‘Planet Tropicana’.
This personal illustrated world, full of playful nymphs and mischievous fauna, is the landscape where he stages his work.
If you’ve spent any time watching Nickelodeon or Nick Jr. recently, you may have caught a glimpse of some of the short snippets featuring the illustrations of Andy J. Miller.
If not, it’s lucky for you that we have the joyful and wonderfully silly animations here for you to check out as well as more of his great work.
Glasgow-based, Felix Whitlock is an illustrator who is not known to shy away from strong colours. He confidently fills his images with lime greens, intense purples, and neon pinks. His bold use of these colours immediately grabbed our attention and demanded a closer look.
Finnish illustrator, Toni Halonen strips down line, form and colour to create striking, graphic images. His work makes use of his background in architecture and design in its carefully constructed compositions.
Toni talks to us about the stages he goes through when designing and the emphasis he places on the drawings within the work. His illustrations are all about the shapes and arrangement of the parts, believing that the image should be strong enough to stand up by itself without any additional elements layered in.