If you like skater girls and tattoos, Mike Giant is the artist you should follow. Mike Giant is a San Francisco based graffiti artist, illustrator and tattooist. He has worked in media covering, graffiti, design, fine art, photography and tattooing, making him one of the most celebrated and versatile artists of his generation. Giant has shown in galleries around the world.
These beautiful works are from his ‘’Skater Girls’’ series. Check out Tattoed Skater Girls Series By Mike Giant below.
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While wrestling entertainment is still relatively popular, there’s no disputing that the The World’s Wrestling Federation saw its golden era during during the 80’s and 90’s. Most of its success is easily attributed to not only the wrestlers’ ability to entertain the crowd, but the passion they put into creating unique and well-branded characters.
The WWF Legends Minimalist Poster Series became a challenge for designer, Bernie ‘BAM’ Gross, to tap into this theory to its rawest form and create designs that evoke the trademark aesthetics and personality that made each wrestler so unique from one another. Each poster features simple visual elements that are iconic to each respective wrestler, as well as their signature finishing move.
A very creative artist Toon Hertz shows his emotion feelings in these illustrations. These are some conceptual and creative dark illustrations which really inspired me. So I presented his gallery which shows his intelligent creativity to you people.
The Everywhere Project is a collaborative design project that pays tribute to the classic folk song “I’ve Been Everywhere”.
The song was written in 1959 by Australian songwriter Geoff Mack using Australian place names. It was later adapted to North American (and a few South American) locations by Hank Snow in 1962 and it hit number one on the country music charts. It has since been recorded by many artists including Johnny Cash and Willy Nelson.
Amazing vintage illustrations by NICOLAS DE LARMESSIN II. Enjoy :)
Benheine is undoubtedly one of the most unique, innovative, and exciting artists exhibiting their work for people, he grew up in Ivory coast. “Pencil Vs Camera” is a new invented visual concept which took Benheine to the next level and the series had a bumping impact in graphic design community.
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We are going to explore 40 unique ideas of creative advertisements that will make you look twice. Some great techniques and ideas were used in all of these ads and I think they are brilliant!
Today we made sure to pick the very best of his artworks. As you can see, most of them are sports related … but that doesn’t matter at all. Get inspired!
Based in Ireland, Steve Simpson is a freelance illustrator / designer working in the areas packaging design, illustration and art for children’s books.
Steve takes an organic approach to his projects, blending the disciplines of design and illustration. He spends a great deal of time on construction, shape and problem solving at the pencil stage. Continuously re-drawing until a balance of aesthetics, key brief considerations and client satisfaction have been realized. Approved pencils are then worked up in Photoshop using a limited palette of carefully chosen colours. Steve considers vintage illustration and packaging to be a huge influence on his work particularly the works of Jim Flora, Mary Blair and Ed Emberly. He particularly enjoys combing design for print with illustration and looks forward to further exploration of the world of packaging design. Enjoy the gallery!
New set of snowboard designs made for Endeavor Snowboards 2012/2013 collection. Illustrations inspired by pop culture imagery ranging from Manga and comic books to public icons and Pop Art. Made with vectors, pencil, pen, marker, watercolor or acrylic paint remastered in Adobe Photoshop.