Amorphous structures seem to rise, bubble, and implode in the imaginative work by Ori Toor. He talks us through the intuitive process he undergoes in formulating his dreamy illustrations and hypnotic animations.
Every roughly-edged form, dash, splatter, and creative mark in Marijke Buurlage’s work is placed with an attractive display of confidence and determination.
Everything in a composition of hers is strong and graphically striking.
Stephen Kelleher applies his creative eye for geometric design to a range of different materials, both digitally and in three dimensions.
Experimenting with paper and wood as well as working with clean vectors, he keeps his approach fresh while still displaying his skill with shape and colour.
PuĆ±o creates books and drawings, and gives talks and workshops. But more importantly, his illustrations are oodles of fun, always brimming to the edges with enjoyably silly characters.
In the children’s book and other illustrations he makes, and exhibitions he takes part in, PuĆ±o’s work moves between super clean vector designs to looser collage with a more intuitive style.
Sam Glynn’s process involves paying close attention to colour and texture, and moving between different programs to get the desired effect. The resulting images are bold but also have some really nice variations in atmosphere and tone.
Patrick Hruby’s work is a celebration of pattern, geometry, and colour. All are shown in full force in his striking illustrations and prints.
Patrick’s work is often full to the brim with patterns and shapes, but is just as impactful with the compositions that are stripped down and minimal.
Cajsa Holgersson constructs her illustrations using a creative combination of geometric shapes and patterns. In attention-grabbing, strong colours, Cajsa uses the various dots, blocks, and angles to create everything from portraits to architectural scenes.