Carlos Lerma takes inspiration from his love of film, TV, video games, and books. He creates designs that pick out some key moments in recent pop culture in illustrations that will please fans of the source material and art lovers alike.
Pete Fowler’s distinct brand of character design has made its mark around the world in the form of vinyl figures, record covers, apparel, art, and much more. Recently, Pete has been adding to the ever-growing range of work that he produces by applying his recognisable style to acrylic paintings.
Dominic Bugatto has a knack for interesting compositions and regularly constructs clever images depicting poignant scenes from film and television. He blends a use of line work and creative vector shading for his editorial and portrait illustration.
Marina Esmeraldo’s work is a collage of collected experiences and variety of skills she has picked up along the way from her interesting and eclectic background. As she explains in her video manifesto, ‘The Hybrid’, it is her varied past work and personal life that has helped to shape the visual artist she is today.
Antonio Uve is a Spanish illustrator and art director now based in Amsterdam. We like his work for the elegantly-shaped, textured forms he uses to create his charming characters. The shading he uses is a nice addition to the hand-made feel in his light-hearted work.
We can’t get enough of John Lisle’s vividly striking figurative illustrations. We had a chat with him to find out more about the influences and techniques involved in developing these entrancing characters.
Vibrancy and funky structures sing loud and proud in the graphic art images by Michael Pitropov. He was kind enough to give us a little tour behind the scenes and see some of the initial foundations he has built them upon.