Each of Andreu Zaragoza’s illustrations come to life over a series of finely-tuned stages. His images are formed layer by layer from the initial inspiration and through the process of drawing that he has developed.
Ariadna Sysoeva has a truly creative approach to the figurative design in her work. She has a keen talent for extending the natural movements of the human form to instil a sense of movement and energy.
Thick lines and absurdist themes are defining qualities in Yuoning Chien’s work. But she truly shines in the silliness, which is there to spread a little joy in uncertain times.
Working in the realm he does, comic artist Tom Gauld has had to explore the stories he would like to tell as much as their accompanying visual style.
His comics and graphic novels are a result of his observation, wit and skill for well-timed, sometimes single-frame, narratives.
With the release…
By applying a cinematic eye to his designs, Luke Brookes lights his images to dramatic effect, using colour to draw the eye and pull focus onto the narrative elements of his work.
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.
Canada-based illustrator and animator, Patrick Doyon keeps a wonderful handmade touch to his work by favouring the pen over the screen for most of his projects.
We take a look at some designs he created for a fun little iOS and Android game called ‘I Love Potatoes’, as well as…