One can get lost in Russian artist’s Evgeny Kislev’s art for hours within the beauty of a multitude of colorful shapes he weaves. His works have been were published in Computer arts (U.K.), IDN (Hong Kong), ROJO (Spain), and Grafik magazine (U.K.), to name a few.
Simplicity rules with French illustrator Frédéric Poincelet’s landscape drawings.
Zombified Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s iconic image, makes for an awesome t-shirt print by Marion Crumb. Shirts available at Threadless.
Taking illustrations to new heights, Italian illustrator Alessandro Pautasso, based in Turin, Italy, gives his work a sense of fluidity and movement with splashes of color. He describes his own work as baroque and romantic with a thoroughly modern graphic aesthetic.
The work of illustrator Pat Perry. His favorite medium is pen, ink and paint.
The fabulous artwork of Gabriel Shaffer. Those colors! We love it! Bless The Beast Danger in Deep Space See all of Gabriel Shaffer’s awesome artwork on his Flickr page.
The whimsical illustrations of Alexander Blue are vibrant with colors and pop imagery combined with creatures of his own creation and fun doodles to round out a unique style filled with energy and good cheer. His client list includes: Coca Cola, Target, Egreetings, Microsoft and many others.