Visual and thematic nostalgia playfully act out amusing little scenes in this series of gifs by Dusan Cezek. They’re a few examples taken from his series ‘Pixelomic’ and ‘Pixelwood’. In a charming pixel art style, Dusan pays homage to a few modern classics of the silver screen and some of our mightiest heroes.
We really like the glitch-kitch, mashup style in artist, Tchmo’s work. They’re essentially digital collages but, through a process of interference and filtering, a much more organic, textural feel is created.
I’ve been recently following the fun updates of personal illustrations and short animated gifs of Darwin Yamamoto. I’m always intrigued with the cool stuff he comes up with, especially the things inspired from his love of playing video games.
Using cutting-edge techniques, art and motion direction company, Plenty bombard our senses with this wonderful, visually intense opener for an IDN magazine DVD. 3D projections are used to make patterns dance around in neon vibrancy as shapes seem to morph and disappear in front of our eyes.
I could never get the hang of the Rubik’s Cube, still can’t. That has obviously never been the case for Pete Fecteau. Being more than comfortable with a Rubik’s Cube in his hand, Pete goes one step further in Rubik’s fluency, using them as his medium in his large-scale piece ‘Dream Big’. He took a little time to tell us about himself and this impressive project.
Hailing from Berlin, Germany, Tilman Faelker demonstrates the benefits of incorporating digital tools to add an edge to traditional media.
Tilman makes use of Photoshop to add interesting effects, including mirroring, repetition and pixelated areas, to his drawings.
Andy Gilmore is a rare breed of artist. It’s not often one comes across an extensive portfolio dedicated to merging technical ability with aesthetic beauty; and with consistently invigorating pieces.
With what comes with undoubtedly great amounts of practice, time and skill are illustrations that stand out for their ability to create seemingly touchable textures, shapes and light effects.