Posts in category:Illustration

Creative Illustrations in web and graphich desing.

10 Top Woman’s Day Illustrations to Get You Inspired

10 Top Woman’s Day Illustrations to Get You Inspired

March 03, 2020

One of the most important dates in the world’s social calendar is almost here. International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8th, marks women’s fight for rights, freedom, and equality. It’s also a great opportunity for artists worldwide to showcase their talent and creativity through illustrations dedicated to Women’s Day.

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Amazing world of graphic journalism by Wendy MacNaughton

Amazing world of graphic journalism by Wendy MacNaughton

April 15, 2019

“Sketching opens up doors whereas other mediums might close them down. For me, drawing is a way of looking at things, it is like an excuse to look at something that I might otherwise be afraid of”, said Wendy MacNaughton in her brief interview for PBS NewsHour’s Brief But Spectacular series.

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4 famous examples of illustration use in branding

4 famous examples of illustration use in branding

March 18, 2019

There are many perks if you decide to use custom illustration for your company’s branding. First of all, nobody will have that same illustration, as it is your own. The same cannot be said for stock photography, as there is no guarantee that other websites will not use that same photograph you picked out. This is not a path to creating your uniqueness in the business world.

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Top 10 illustrators to follow on Behance

Top 10 illustrators to follow on Behance

February 08, 2019

As a social platform for creative professionals across various disciplines, Behance has become widely popular among graphic designers. It is a place to showcase the work, to network with peers and find inspiration, perhaps even future team-mates or collaboration partners for various design projects.

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30 inspiring Christmas card ideas

30 inspiring Christmas card ideas

December 14, 2018

Is there a better way of greeting someone during the holidays than giving them a uniquely designed Christmas card? No, we believe there is not. Even in this digitized world that we all live in, giving and receiving holiday cards continues to be an emotional moment with a welcoming feeling.

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Uniquely disproportional characters by Linn Fritz

Uniquely disproportional characters by Linn Fritz

August 13, 2018

Curious characters of various shapes and sizes are represented in illustrations of Linn Fritz, an independent Swedish illustrator, designer and animator based in London, UK. Her approach is minimalistic, and she often uses simple lines and geometric shapes powered by a colorful background to bring her imagery to life.

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What’s going on with Stefano Marra

What’s going on with Stefano Marra

June 18, 2018

Stefano Marra is a gifted graphic designer and illustrator from Southern Italy. Ever since his childhood he loved to draw – he started copying Popeye and Donald Duck illustrations from VHS and dreamed of becoming an animator.

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Toy Story: the spaghetti western series by Astor Alexander

Toy Story: the spaghetti western series by Astor Alexander

May 21, 2018

Imagine a combination of low-budget spaghetti westerns and Pixar cartoons, such as Toy Story. What world would it be set in and what stories would we be able to see? In fact, such a story has been at the center of attention of an American illustrator, Ástor Alexander.

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Modern world by Marco Melgrati

Modern world by Marco Melgrati

May 07, 2018

Illustration is the form of art which connects us with the real life. Ever since our childhood, we loved drawing our perception of the world. But what happens when the world has changed so much that we no longer recognize neither it, or the people, or ourselves?

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Pop Art meets Op Art by Malika Favre

Pop Art meets Op Art by Malika Favre

April 23, 2018

Malika Favre is a French artist currently situated in London. Her style is characterized by pure minimalism and Pop Art, but sometimes described as ‘Pop Art meets Op Art’. She has developed this style by using positive/negative space and color, especially of the female body and the curves she loves to draw.

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