Chris B. Murray is a graduate of an American illustrator BFA in illustration at the Rochester Institute of Technology and now based in Philadelphia. Inspired by graffiti art, comics and books for children, his works combine bright colors and dynamic compositions.
We would really like to know what visions were created by your mind when you just read the title of our today showcase. What emotions do these images cause in your soul – fear, shock, sarcasm, amusement? We believe that irrespective of whether you are an advocate or opponent of such art, you must be still amazed by the imagination and technical skills of these illustrations’ authors.
Illustration Mix (Audi, Diesel etc.) by Andreas Krapf
Young lust /// Personal by Antonio Marcato
My first Playboy /// Personal by Antonio Marcato
Very cool and unique illustrations by Juan Carlos Paz Gómez AKA -BAKEA- from Madrid, Spain. Enjoy :)
Bram is 20 years old and studies cross media design, after 2 years freelancing together with his brother. He’s been developing his style since his first pen tool experiments in Illustrator about 5 years ago. Bram’s style ranges from simple illustrations and typography to mixed media artwork. There are some exceptional pieces … make sure to scroll through. Enjoy!
Andrey Gordeev also known as Gordei is another talented digital artist from Khabarovsk, Russia currently living in NY. With his impressive portfolio, the artist received plenty of international awards, placing him among the top illustrators in the world. Make sure to visit his Behance portfolio .). Enjoy our picks!
Laimonas Smergelis was born on June 25, 1972, in Utena, a beautiful region from Lithuania. He is a talented artist, with many paintings full of vivid colors, surreal elements and great portraits. Laimonas was inspired from Picasso and Gustav Klimt (Klimt’s yellow is always amazing) and in his works (oil on canvas) we discover life, communication, both happiness and sadness and of course, a cute cat that puts a smile on our faces.
This piece is amazing! Only 100 prints signed and numbered available.
Rocco Malatesta’s GALLERY
Surrealism movement and ideas deeply penetrated and greatly influenced further development of literature, music, cinematography, philosophy, and even politics in the 20th century. However, surrealism is, first of all, about visual images, which is exactly what interests us – editors and readers of Cruzine magazine. So, let us enjoy now the works of modern illustrators, armed with digital tools and inspired by the glorious legacy of surrealism.
With the release of the third installment of the cinematic version of Transformers quickly approaching, Hasbro Entertainment & Licensing engaged my firm, Design Force, Inc., to identify new trends and develop the design assets for its licensing program. To differentiate this program from those created for the first two films, we felt the design assets should also take on a fresh, new look. Our solution was to develop pencil illustrations of the characters in a spontaneous, gestural style, then incorporate them into artwork for the style guide, which could be used by licensees in the development of Transformers: Dark of the Moonconsumer products. The following images are my pencil illustrations and a selection of design assets developed by our team, which feature this artwork.
A [almost] minimalist poster, which preserves the details and style of the artist.
Allan Rodrigo is a young graphic designer from Brazil.
Appreciate the project on Behance: http://bit.ly/NuUcoG