It’s always great to hear about illustrators who have taken the risk of setting out on their own in pursuit of their passion. In the case of Karolis Strautniekas, doing so has given us some outstanding images to take in and appreciate.
Thick strikes of expressive marks and boldly sketched areas of shading fill Joe Lillington’s illustrations with a lot of movement and feeling. He tells us about the parts of his process where he works digitally while still keeping drawing at the core of his work.
Beautiful, delicate layers are built on top of more layers of elegant washes and the intimate drawing style of Babeth Lafon in her fashion illustrations. She talks with us in depth about the process she goes through to create her work.
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.