In this week’s interview, CreativeFan sat down with surreal abstract artist Laurent Monnet to talk with him about his influences, workflow and stylistic techniques for how he creates his artworks.
Working with digital art for only 18 months now, Laurent has quickly become a surreal art mastermind, armed with Photoshop, Illustrator and a drawing tablet, he sets out to turn his dreams into reality.
This post is part of our series of posts showing selected jaw-dropping designs around the world. The idea is surround you with innovation, beauty and functionality, because a life with design, for sure, refresh ourselves to continue the building of a better world.
Finally, it is Friday again, and now, when all the major projects for this week are finalized, all the designers and fans of digital art, finally, can relax and do something they like to do and not have to do. We truly believe that your interest in design is not limited by working schedule. That is why we continue publishing our inspirational art work collections on a daily basis with Saturdays and Sundays included. Whether you are a professional designer, or you are just a loyal fan of web design, illustrations, or some other particular type of digital art – you will, definitely, find something, fitting your personal interests, in our next inspiration set.
In another Inspiration article from Creative Side we present to you Rauf Yasit , a 24 years old Digital Artist from Zurich, Switzerland who is inspired by Graffiti and Urban art.
More info and works from Rauf on the Creative Side
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