Category Archives: Screen Printing

Melissa Castrillon's Colourful Scenes in Meticulous Detail

Posted at 3 pm on February 28, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Pencil Illustration, Screen Printing

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Melissa Castrillon’s meticulous illustrations and prints treat us to a feast of colours and intricately drawn details. She often depicts expansive scenes sprawling with intriguing flora and fauna.

After having completed her Master’s degree in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art, Melissa is now working on her first picture book with Simon and Schuster. Make sure to keep an eye out for that!

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Elena Boils' Striking Images with Contrasting Patterns and Colours

Posted at 5 am on February 18, 2015 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Screen Printing, Vector Illustration

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Elena Boils‘ work plays with a beautiful contrast between areas adorned with patterns and strong, simple forms. While she uses bold, geometric designs for a typically more digital look, she also manages to retain a nice printed feel as well.

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Joren Joshua's Stylish Characters in Prints and on the Street

Posted at 8 am on February 2, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Screen Printing, Street Art, Uncategorized

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From ideas formed in his trusted sketchbook, Joren Joshua creates illustrations inhabited by his uniquely crafted characters. They make appearances in quality prints and on the sides of buildings, but always with their distinctive sense of style.

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Interesting Panels and Prints from Jack Taylor

Posted at 2 am on January 8, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Screen Printing

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Jack Taylor is serving up some textured goodness in his screen printed illustrations. Strong compositions and use of simple forms makes for some nice, graphic work.

As well as the weathered surfaces and blocks of colour he creates, we also enjoy Jack’s eye for structure and layout. Especially in his comics, close cropping and bringing the lens right in produces really interesting panels.

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