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Nate Kitch Talks about Valuable Errors and his Digital Collages

Posted at 3 pm on November 28, 2013 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Photographic Illustration, Photoshop, Uncategorized

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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.

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Catch Up: Marta Slawinska Moving from the Hand-made to Painting in a Developing Style

Posted at 1 pm on October 2, 2013 by

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When we came across some of Marta Slawinska’s recent work, we noted how much she has developed her style since we featured her on Ape on the Moon last year. If you compare some of her new pieces with the illustrations we took a look at last time, you can see how she has built upon the themes she had been working with before.

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Screen-printed, Playful Landscapes by Jeong Hwa Min

Posted at 12 pm on November 20, 2012 by

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

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With their pointed noses and wobbly limbs, the various characters Jeong Hwa Min creates strike a balance between the fun and the sinister. We really like the playful and surreal quality in Jeong’s screen prints and books, as well as the use of overlays and intense colours. Jeong’s pencil illustrations also capture a curious sense of fun and the unnerving in their larger, dreamy landscapes.

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London 2012: Dieter Braun's Strong Shapes and Graphic Animals

Posted at 8 am on September 21, 2012 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Photoshop, Uncategorized, Vector Illustration

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Dieter Braun caught our eye with his celebratory depiction of the 2012 games but we were happy to find his use of form and structure also put to good work exploring his love of the natural world. His Olympic illustration has little hints of humour tucked in amongst sport and the use of clean simple shapes, which are also used to describe the animal characterised in his work.

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London 2012: Freddy Boo's Joyful Sporting Characters

Posted at 8 am on August 30, 2012 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Digital Illustration, Uncategorized, Vector Illustration

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With the London 2012 Olympics having now come to a close and the Paralympic Games now having begun, we thought it might be a good time to take a look back at how artists have been documenting the events so far. We hit the ground running alongside the fantastically vibrant characters by London-based illustrator, Freddy Boo.

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