Clément Soulmagnon is an independant animation director and illustrator from France. He graduated from Supinfocom. He is a co-founder of an animation studio : FLYING-V. He directed many films for clients, such as Orange, Visa, Nissan, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Altoïds, EDF, Konbini, La Poste, Oasis.... to name a few. We are charmed by his collection and we're impressed with his work. He directed many films for clients, such as Orange, Visa, Nissan, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Altoïds, EDF, Konbini, La Poste, Oasis... to name a few. We are charmed by his collection and we're impressed with his work. Clément has lots of amazing creations but we have decided to showcase his Les Beaux Jours illustrations.
Mikyung Lee is a freelance illustrator based in Seoul and Texas. She received her BFA in Multimedia design degree from Korea National University of Arts. She works as an illustrator for several brands on several area such as editorial illustration, advertisement, book publishing and animation. Her list of clients BuzzFeed, Canon Korea, Clarifai, Dorling Kindersley publishing, Guomai publishing, Mastercard AE, Outside Magazine and Playboy, to name a few. Her excellent artworks has won her awards at 2018 Shortlisted, AOI World Illustration Awards, UK 2013 Semi-final, Adobe Design Achievement Award, US Milkyung Lee has also been featured and interviewed at ● Ballpitmag ● BOOOOOOOM1 / BOOOOOOOM2 ● Timeout - Dribbble ● WE AND THE COLOR ● Fubiz ● BLDGWLF ● Jasmin Magazine ● Hue&Eye We are charmed by her collection and we're impressed with her work.
Tobias Hall is a freelance illustrator, letterer, designer and mural artist from London. As a conceptual illustrator, Tobias started working with typography and lettering soon after graduating in 2010. His list of clients include YouTube, Cadillac, Warburtons, Toyota, Mount Gay, Converse, TIME Magazine, wagamama, Comic Relief, KFC, Netflix, Vodafone, Holiday Inn, to name a few. His published features are Super Modified: The Behance book of Creative Work by Gestalten Drawing Type by Alex Fowkes Expressive Type by Alex Fowkes Logoism by Sandu Lettering: Tips for Creation by Monsa Lettering: Drawing Letters by Carolina Amell Computer Arts Magazine Digital Arts Magazine He also gives talks and workshops at Visual Playground 2017 - Bucharest, Romania Coventry University - UK Bristol University - UK Bulletproof - UK We are charmed by his collection and we're impressed with his work.
Tim Easley is an Illustrator and Designer based in London. He is best known for his bright palette and bold lines, imaginatively fusing playful characters and hand drawn lettering. With work experience, Tim is also influenced by urban kitsch, nature, and neon signage. He creates work both personally and commercially in a variety of mediums, including hand drawn skateboards, canvases, plasticine sculptures, painted basketballs, and digital pieces. His list of clients include BBC, Crooked Tongues, Disney, Etsy, Foot Locker, ITV, Lay's, MOO, NBC Universal, Nike, Ninja Tune, Size?, Society6, Speedo, Threadless, Universal Music & Vodafone, to name a few. We are charmed by his collection and we're impressed with his work.
Bartosz Kosowski is an illustrator and poster artist based in Lodz, Poland. He attended school at Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts and Design. Bartosz loves working with posters, portraits and editorial illustrations. His excellent artworks has won him awards with three gold medals from Society of Illustrators New York and Los Angeles and has been selected and awarded by American Illustration, World Illustration Awards, Spectrum, 3x3, Graphis, European Design Awards, Lahti Poster Biennale and New York Festival Awards. His works has also been published in Taschen’s “Illustration Now! Vol.4”, Bloomsbury’s “Illustration – A Theoretical & Contextual Perspective”, Flesk’s “Spectrum 23” and Lürzer's Archive – “200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 2011/2012".
Zé Otavio is a Freelance Illustrator from Brazil. He studied graphic design where he focused in photography and life drawing lessons and developed a passion for faces and people. His list of clients include Editora Abril, Editora Globo, Companhia das Letras, Penguin Classics, Hearst Magazines, Ideafixa, Lollapalooza, Itaú Cultural, O Estado de São,, Paulo and Folha de SP, to name a few. With Publications at Illustration Now! 5 - Taschen, Lürzer's Archive 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 14/15, Illustration Now! Fashion - Taschen, 1,000 Portrait Illustrations: Contemporary Illustration from Pencil to Digital, Sketchbook Experience: Zé Otavio, Group Exhibitions at "Sketchbooks” at POP Gallery / Rojo ArtSpace SP, Moda Ilustrada – Estilo e Tendência | Olido Gallery SP, “Magioska” at Pop Gallery organized by Magenta Gallery, IlustraBrazil!
Serafim Mendes is a graphic designer based in Portugal. His main interests are typography, 3D illustration, and editorial/poster design. His amazing artworks has been featured over the web in pages such as Étapes, Fubiz, Visualgraphc, Designspiration, Domestika, Typeverything, Yorokobu, Betype, Abduzeedo, AIGA Eye On Design, VSO China, Unrated, among others. Serafim has also been featured in printed publications, such as dpi 設計插畫誌 (dpi magazine Taiwan) #221, Computer Arts #265 (Spring 2017), and Geometric Trend, a book published by Monsa Publications in 2017. We are charmed by his collection and we're impressed with his work. Serafim has lots of amazing creations but we have decided to showcase his Natural Highs Festival 2017 illustrations.
Darya Malikova is an illustrator from Moscow. She started working in aquarelle (water colour pencils) and was a renowned teacher of this technique, but has now expanded into a variety of styles and techniques. Her list of clients include Music Band Sputnik, Soho House & Co, Private Person Collage For Austrian Wedding, Condé Nast Traveler Spain Magazine, Creative Agency Avangard For Russian Regional Development Bank, Ctc Tv Channel, Anvil Digital, La Polo International Magazine, Carousel Tv Channel In Cooperation With Tretyakov Gallery, Football Club Spartak Moscow, Create Branding & Visual Identities : Brandcraft In Hong Kong, Театр Российской Армии (Цатра), Russian Gallery Xxi, Publishing House "Аст", Grass, Bank Saint-Petersburg, Art.
Zhenya Artemjev (A.K.A. brskstrb) is a full-time freelance illustrator from Russia. He makes illustrations, patterns, lettering, children’s illustrations, character design etc. His list of clients include Stanford University, Siemens, Viacom, Mail.ru, Mel science, Appodeal, AfterLogic, Baikal, Mediastars, Logdok, Itsumma, White Rex, TM produktion group, Азбука игрушек. Exhibitions and publications of his artworks: 2010 - Wroclaw Mail us art project. Centrum Kultury Zamek (Wroclaw, Poland). 2013 - Interview for Old Robot (Russia). 2015 - А4’2015. Tyumen State University (Tyumen, Russia). 2016 - You will draw better, it’s true. November - Cultural centre “Do it yourself” (Moscow, Russia) December - National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Ekaterinburg, Russia).
Andrea Manzati (a.k.a Alconic) is an Italian illustrator based in Verona, Italy. He loves to play and experiment on different styles of illustration, from geometrical vector images to physical composition using plasticine. His list of clients include Billboard, Bloomberg, Computer Arts, Fast Company, Financial Times, Fortune, Harvard, Men's Health, Monocle, New Scientist, Popular Mechanics, The New York Times, Wallpaper*, Wired & many more. We are charmed by his collection and we're impressed with his work. Andrea has lots of amazing creations but we have decided to showcase his selection of Plasticine Works 2012. (Plasticine is a brand of modelling clay.) La Vita Nòva — Online courses Form Fifty Five — Website header The New York Times — Stressed trader Cincinnati Magazine — School supplies Cincinnati Magazine — Retro roller skating Fast Company — Food bubbles To know more about Andrea Manzati, please visit his pages at: Instagram: http://instagram.com/alconic Ello: https://ello.co/alconic Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/andrea.manzati Tumblr: http://andreamanzati.tumblr.com/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/alconic