Posts Tagged ‘Illustrations’

Expressive Quilled Paper Illustrations and Portraits by Yulya Brodskaya

November 9, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Yulya Brodskaya is a highly regarded paper artist and illustrator from Moscow, Russia and now currently residing in London, U.K. She is fascinated with the longstanding age-old art of Quilling. It is a form of art that involves the use of bent and rolled strips of papers to create beautiful paper arts. This art has been around since renaissance time, or even earlier. It has been the regular pastime for noble ladies during their leisure time. With just assorted colored papers and glue, Brodskaya was able to come up with numerous impressive illustrations, typography, and even portraits. Lots of paper craft enthusiasts...

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30 Runway Illustrations of the Busiest US Airports

October 27, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

A series of modern prints featuring outlined runway illustrations of the 30 busiest airports in the US. Crafted by architect and designer Jerome Daksiewicz of NOMO Design, this Kickstarter project illustrates abstract patterns of the most active runway airports in the United States as defined by the Federal Aviation Administration. The Airport Runway Print Collection is Daksiewicz’s next big project after several successful projects like Photo Film, Golf Course, and Racetrack Series prints. If funded, the project will be printed on each of the following variations: Box Set. This will include a 5″x7″ print of each of the outlined illustrations. The prints will be offset-printed...

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Modern Illustrations of Women by Kaloian Toshev

October 4, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

What is it about a woman that is hard to resist; Her eyes? Her lips? The curves on her back? Even a guy who has been drawing women for years couldn’t explain where his inclination comes from. “I’m Kaloian, artist and illustrator, and I draw girls. If all designers are as concise and blunt as our featured artist, the art world would be less complicated. We are honored to be the first design website to feature the modern illustrations of women by Bulgarian graphic artist Kaloian Toshev. Women as his subject Toshev likes drawing faces because he finds it hard and challenging. Many designers would agree...

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Fantastic Art And Where To Find Them Friday: The Technicolor Illustrations of Estela Cuadro

July 5, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Artist creates a fantastic world of prismatic characters through her illustrations. Estela Cuadro is an artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As a five-year old child, she abandoned classical dance classes to take her first steps as an artist with the encouragement of her parents. Estela took up a graphic design course at the University of Buenos Aires but focused on illustration professionally after graduating. Estela’s art is mostly surreal and very dreamlike. She loves that her art is not very realistic because she believes that art is where you are completely free to create bizarre images. The imaginary world that she...

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Cute Illustrations of Pop Culture Characters and their Sidekicks

June 19, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

A late father’s day treat! Andry Rajoelina, more commonly known as “Andry-Shango“, is a designer in the animation industry based in Paris, France. He created a series of fantastic illustrations called “Super Families” where he showed some of our favourite pop culture characters and superheroes with their sidekicks. Each illustration depicts a character that we all know and love as either a young kid or a grown-up parent. The characters seem to be walking their kids to school because of the backpacks they carry. Even with their backs turned to us, each character is easily recognizable with their familiar and unmistakable outfits. As...

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