Jon Foster is one of the top concept artists working today. He has won many of the top honors in the fantasy world, including two silver and three gold awards from Spectrum: The Best of Contemporary Fantastic Art. Jon also was awarded the David P. Usher/Greenwich Workshop Memorial Award in the Society of Illustrators annual 43, has been nominated twice for the Chesley Awards, and was winner of the 2008 Dark Scribe Quill Award for Best Cover. Jon Foster’s works have appeared in publications such as National Geographic, Universal Orlando, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, Tor Books, Simon and Schuster, Harry S. Abrams Books, Boston Globe, Underwood Books, Knopf, Delacorte, Del Rey Books, Scholastic, Fox Atomic, Little Brown, Nightshade books, Subterranean Press. He currently teaches at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design when he is not turning out a award winning illustrations. Get inspired by the handpicked collection below. Enjoy!
Amazing artworks by Soleil Ignacio from Manila, Philippines. Enjoy :)
Matthew Woodson was born and raised in the pit of snakes known as rural Southern Indiana. After graduating from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago in early 2006 with a focus in Natural History Illustration, Matthew’s obsessive loves for natural history and the past were stronger then they had ever been. Fresh out of school Matthew was commissioned by Margeotes, Fertitta & Partners New York to illustrate the Perry Ellis Fall/Winter 2006 campaign, and has been working as a fulltime freelance illustrator ever since. Continue reading “Illustrations by Matthew Woodson” »
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Interesting set of mysterious digital artwork / illustration by Pavel Ripley. Enjoy!
Typography is indispensable when it comes to designing an ad for print media. With the use of fancy and creative texts or letters, you can see the advertisement becomes more forceful. The text therefore clarifies and explains the essence of the ad to the viewers. That’s how important the letters in an ad are.
Denise van Leeuwen was born in Heinkenszand, the Netherlands in 1981. Denise started freelancing after her graduation from the Willem de Kooning academy in 2005. She create his illustrations with pen and pencil, sometimes with coloured pencil, but mostly graphite. Continue reading “Illustrations by Denise van Leeuwen” »
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It is very essential to have a website for any of the business and it is the only front face to your customer and future clients. A website works as a portfolio accorss the world, and is very important for the artist and a photographers.
Set of amazing underwater photography by Elena Kalis. Enjoy! .. quite refreshing during these days.
Discovery of the artist Samuel Rodriguez aka Shorty Fatz, name of art & design studio he founded an independent in 2002 and for which he works in the illustration, typography, graffiti etc … in the works but also in personal collaborations. Exploring themes of identity, ethnicity, Samuel Rodriguez performs on wood panels of portraits he describes as “dissected” and “similar to a map of land and all its borders imposed.”