Category Archives: Vector Illustration

Fresh Vector Illustration with an Attention to Detail by Justin Mezzell

Posted at 9 pm on April 18, 2014 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Vector Illustration

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In the two projects we take a look at, Justin Mezzell’s experience in print and editorial design comes through in his clean, geometric style. Whether it’s in the architectural details or paying homage to weaponry from popular culture, we enjoy the slick vectors and fresh colours he uses.

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Petica's Combination of Techniques with Vectors and Print

Posted at 4 pm on December 18, 2013 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Screen Printing, Vector Illustration

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We enjoy the fresh, light aesthetic Petica brings to his vector illustrations. Although mainly designing in Adobe Illustrator for his commercial work, Petica keeps the same sense of simple blocking and mixing of colours as in his personal work with various printing techniques.

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Using Colour Books, Illustrator and Sketching in 'Hawaii Hawaii' by Sarah Vanbelle

Posted at 11 am on December 11, 2013 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Sketchbooks, Vector Illustration

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Sarah Vanbelle’s favouite coffee shop, Kornél in Antwerp, was the setting for her joint exhibition with Astrid Yskout, ‘Hawaii Hawaii’. For the show, Sarah created this vibrant and gloriously tropical series of illustrations that features sunbathing crabs, owls with ice creams, and more crustaceans with guitars and maracas.

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Illustrative Play with Geometry and Colour by Giacomo Bagnara

Posted at 11 am on November 17, 2013 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Photoshop, Vector Illustration

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For someone whose background was in architecture before becoming an illustrator, maybe it’s no surprise that draftsmanship and balance are so important in Giacomo Bagnara’s work.

We really like the unique way Giacomo uniquely styles his forms, and even more so now that we know it’s something that drew him in while his studies were supposed to be taking him elsewhere.

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'80s Nostalgia in James Boorman's 'He-Man'-Inspired Series

Posted at 11 am on October 15, 2013 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Digital Illustration, Vector Illustration

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Here’s some ’80s character fun from illustrator, James Boorman. If you were sat in front of the TV for Saturday morning He-Man, you can find some immediate nostalgic satisfaction in his ‘Faces of the Universe’ series. If not, they’re pretty fun anyway!

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