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.
Jakarta, Indonesia-based graphic designer, Putri Febriana brings us slick, patterned scenes using people en masse to build the decorative elements in¬†her designs.
¬© Putri Febriana, 2015
Alex Eben Meyer creates attention-grabbing illustrations with super-bold palettes¬†and strong, abstract forms. Bright pops of colour make his work lots of fun and immediately catches the eye.
¬© Alex Eben Meyer, 2015
Nicolas Little’s illustrations are skilfully balanced and expertly composed. He uses slick, geometric¬†structures to craft intriguing designs with multiple well-thought-out¬†layers.
Nicholas has a toolbox of aesthetic¬†and conceptual techniques at his disposal and is adept at dealing them out in the right places.
Chi Birmingham has developed a strong, unique style by finding a place between bold, solid forms and the softer touch of the hand-drawn line.
His illustrations are broken down into sets of rounded blocks of form and thick, imposing lines. It gives every image he¬†makes a punchy tone and immediate pull¬†for the eye.
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.