Jon Hanlan’s Twist on Form and Positive Colours

With an aim for positivity and bringing around a little joy with his illustrations, Jon Hanlan’s work incorporates bright colours and a constant feeling of uplifting brightness.

But he also uses an interesting twist on form when constructing shapes, and has some slightly trippy character designs in his more surreal paintings.

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© Jon Hanlan, 2019

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