Tag Archives: illustration
Los Angeles based graphic designer Jeanie Chong has developed this beautiful and vibrant typography experiment symbolizing Spring. She has taken various sized small pieces of paper and collaged them together as well as made little flowers along the text to make this wonderful piece. The flowers remind me of the “P is for Paper” post by Akaya Ito.
You may remember the Portraits and Forest series from Eiko Ojala, well here is a new series entitled Naked where he still holds true to his minimalistic style of illustration, creating these moody and elegant forms with paper.
Lobulo Design‘s latest project, El ingenioso Don Quijote de la Mancha, utilizes several colors of paper built in prism shapes to produce this colorful book cover for the illustration design exhibition “100 book covers to fight illiteracy”. Be sure to check the making of video below!
Big Business 3 is a book and poster series by Chinese creative agency Senseteam. Very reminiscent to embroidered patchwork, this series cuts apart and reconfigures currencies from countries around the world in the hopes of examining identity and cultural desires that link wealth, branding, human expressions and ethnicities.
The Paper Fox is the working title of a children’s book for android and ipad tablets that Jeremy Kool is currently working on. Jeremy successfully crowdfunded his project through Pozible. The story is created by himself and written by his sister Amanda who is a published fiction author. All of the artwork in the book is done by Jeremy and it’s absolutely beautiful. Characters and the landscapes are created 100% digitally but made to look like paper craft and real origami. We love the style and can’t wait to see the book come to live. Continue reading
Tímea Andorka, a freelance graphic designer from Budapest, Hungary, was a part of an international design competition entitled ‘Goetheorie’ which pays tribute to Geothe’s ‘Theory of Colors’ established in 1810. Shown here are a few pieces that Tímea created based on those theories using light to cast colors as well as shadows.
Happy Wednesday everyone! I’m happy to share our next interviewee from the UK who is an award-winning illustrator in the realm of paper sculpture, where she utilizes her talents to manifest exquisite solutions over a wide array of brands and clientele.
She has had many accolades including the 2010 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade poster (featured above) and the Kleenex “Feelings” campaign, which alone won up to six awards including the The Big Won 2010, where she won 1st place as Top 10 Press Campaigns in the World. All that being said I am pleased to introduce Gail Armstrong, I hope you enjoy the interview as much as we did!
Lab Matic, a design studio based in Madrid, Spain, has come up with a handmade illustration celebrating summer in these times of cold cold weather. So warm up and let’s begin to enjoy the New Year!
We saw the work of Yulia Brodskaya before with some of her earlier style of work like Christmas in Wonderland where she incorporates text as well as a scene. Now she is starting to explore a new style entirely where she makes a portrait completely from quilling like her earlier piece Babushka. This being her latest work entitled “Loves Doves” I can only expect them to become more disarming and more beautiful. To see more details of this piece you can view here.