“The Breaking Bad Art Project” – 25 great illustrations from different artists, inspired by the AMC-Series “Breaking Bad”:
He’s the most gifted musician on the planet right now. Here’s my tribute to the genius. I’m hoping to get this made up into one of my wooden tablets in the next few weeks.
Well, Cruzine is a design-related magazine, so we cannot speak for the classic cars, but we can speak for the classic visual designs for sure. Today, we have prepared a collection of retro illustrations, mostly posters and commercial graphics, to share with our readers. These graphical illustrations were created in the pre-digital era, and that makes them significantly different from the digital art of today. Manually created, these illustrations look really true and sincere, even lacking the perfection of lines, colors, and that striking naturalness and 3D effects ensured by modern illustration techniques… However, maybe that’s the key secret of retro illustrations – they were created manually and thus they remain the pure results of human imagination and skills with no artificial additives involved.
I was asked by Boston Magazine to create a toolkit for their 2012 ‘Best of Boston’ issue. The work includes a lock-up for the table of contents, an opening DPS for the section, and various sub-section headers.
A series of dynamic paintings by french painter Pascal Vilcollet – watch the series “Visages” and “Filles du Calvaire” – enjoy!
With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.
My inner geek is a little sad today, If you haven’t heard, one of the greatest Nintendo magazines of all time – Nintendo Power is Shutting Down. Whether you were a long time subscriber, a casual gaming fan, or you only glanced at the magazine once on the rack at Wal-Mart or something – This magazine affected you! Lets take a walk together down memory lane – let those nostalgic feelings come back to you! Enjoy this tribute to Nintendo Power Magazine – get inspired by these awesome retro magazine covers and hope that one day something you create will garner such a response from others one day!
Dig In – and Enjoy!
Two minus one is not equal to one it means that you are alone by Pixelete Labs
“Cyber worlds” is the featured theme of the showcase of digital illustrations, which we are gladly presenting to our readers now. You will see here all kinds of robots and cyborgs: funny, threatening and seductive, weird and bizarre. Cyber-related theme gave a huge area or better to say “space” for realizing the most creative ideas of designers and illustrators. The brightest images in terms of interesting themes, unusual compositions, and authentic illustration techniques, which show how cyber worlds and their inhabitants may look like, are collected below and are waiting for your attention.
Customize my old New Balance for an art project was a great occasion like enough to participate. The Collection will consist of 3 or 4 pictures with different colors.
MASMUF GRÀFICS from Catalonia
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These awesome painted animal masks on photographic portraits are the work of French artist Charlotte Caron, who graduated recently from Fine Arts with honors. This is a beautifully imaginative hybrid of humans and animals that particularly stood out from the other series she had created.
“This series of paintings, photographs, trying to respond to a form of duality—that assumes an animal part—by the medium of painting in addition, runs, mask, portraits. Ultimately creates an osmosis between the two mediums, so between the animal and the portrait.”