William Davey’s work is a collected scattering of intense, energetic marks, and blocks of texture and bright colours. We dive into a bunch of his sketchbooks and see how his observations feed his final images.
Leandro Castelao talks to us about his process and gives us some interesting insights on how the act of making in itself is an important stage in generating ideas. We take a look at his slick digital designs as he discusses this and more.
Illustrations step off the page in the large, figurative sculptures by French illustrator, Nicolas¬†Andr√©. Not only do they¬†stand tall in their space, they call for interaction and get people engaged hands on.
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.
Filipino artist¬†Gel Jamlang brings something new and interesting to the table with her watercolour illustrations. Using what can often be seen as a more traditional medium, Gel creates her images through a twisted lens, resulting in beautifully warped objects and figures.
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Hong Kong-born, Toronto-raised Gracia Lam describes herself as liking to “reinvent everyday objects and mundane environments”. It’s this way of thinking that she uses in her editorial illustrations, which she fills with interesting visual narrative.
A rearrangement of found images, hand-drawn marks and an interest in seeking out new textural pieces give these collages by Nate Kitch a great mix of contrasting elements. The different parts are placed with meticulous care, giving the effect of being both minimal and bold.