Interview with Emiliano Ponzi
Emiliano Ponzi’s bold, textured illustrations employ repetition, a judicious use of line, and strong graphic compositions to define and communicate the concept at hand. His illustrations have appeared in advertising, magazines, books, newspapers and animations. His clients include The New York Times, Le Monde, Time, The Economist, Newsweek, United Airlines, Penguin books, Saatchi&Saatchi...
Global Brief illustrations from the first ten...
Art Director, designer, illustrator, Louis Fishauf has published Global Brief’s illustrations from the first ten issues.
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Interview with CHRIS ARRAN
Chris Arran has been creating illustration for a wide variety of media for many years now. He studied illustration at Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK, his tutor being the legendary children’s book illustrator Tony Ross. Having left University he then moved to live and work in Munich, working exclusively in 3D for clients such as MTV, Swatch & Cosmopolitan etc. Upon his return to...
Artist Interview: Pieter Van Eenoge
Pieter Van Eenoge was born in 1976 in Bruges, Belgium, but did spent his childhood in Cologne, Germany. In 1999 he graduated from the Sint-Lucas school for Arts and Science in Ghent and started as an independent illustrator a year later. Since then he has made illustrations for magazines, editors, theatre, posters and advertising and took part in numerous exhibitions. In 2011 he published his...
Interview with JILLIAN TAMAKI
Jillian Tamaki is a Canadian who moved to Brooklyn in 2005 to pursue illustration fame and fortune. Her clients include The New York Times, The New Yorker, Penguin, Esquire, National Geographic, and The Guardian. She has published 3 books: the graphic novel SKIM, co-created with her cousin Mariko Tamaki, and two books of personal work, Gilded Lilies (Conundrum) and Indoor Voice (Drawn and...
Interview with Raymond Biesinger
Raymond Biesinger’s taught himself how to illustrate in the pages of his university student newspaper in the Siberian clime of Edmonton, Canada. There he learned the wonders of concepts, minimalism, political history and Xerox machines; all kinds of real-world physical image-making techniques and mental approaches that are the spine of what he does today. He’s moving to Montreal in early August,...
Interview with illustrator Dan Matutina
Dan Matutina is a designer and illustrator based in the Philippines. His illustration style is a mix of handmade & digital, clean & dirty, old & modern aesthetics. His works is heavily influenced by sci-fi, film & Philippine folklore. Dan co-founded Ideals — a social enterprise design & communications agency. Just recently, he started Plus63 Design Co. a new graphic design...
Artist Interview: Josh Holinaty
Josh Holinaty is a freelance illustrator who currently lives in Edmonton, Alberta, a northern city in Canada that is cold during the winter and beautiful during the summer. Since Josh started illustrating commercially about 5 years ago where he’s had the chance to work with variety of clients — mostly editorial work for magazines such as Wired, Owl Magazine, Runner’s World, the Globe and Mail,...
Interview with CHRIS TURNHAM
More about CHRIS TURNHAM at: Profile / Spotlight / Website “Onward Through the Mangroves” Chris is an illustrator who has worked for video games and animation studios, most notably at LAIKA Entertainment as an illustrator on the film “Coraline.” Chris has also done freelance illustration work for clients such as Monocle and Scholastic. Can you tell us a little bit about your project TWILIGHT...
Comic Art by DAVID DEGRAND
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Art by JEN HILL
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Collages by PATCHARIN JEED
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Black Antoinette The Work of OLAF HAJEK
More about OLAF HAJEK at: Profile / Spotlight / Website Olaf Hajek is currently one of the world’s most successful and well-known illustration artists. His work can be seen in newspapers including the Washington Post and the New York Times, in magazines such as Rolling Stone and Time, in advertisements for international brands, and on stamps for Great Britain’s Royal Mail. Despite the diversity...
Design Collages by KATHRYN MACNAUGHTON
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Great Black and White comics by EVAN HUGHES
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Illustration by LOULOU & TUMMIE
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Felt Collages by JACOPO ROSATI
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Beautiful Children's illustrations by MICHAEL...
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Illustration by KIRSTIE EDMUNDS
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Editorial illustrations by PAUL BLOW
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Stunning imagery by SAM WEBER
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Illustrations by HENNING WAGENBRETH
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Art by MICHAEL ALVAREZ
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New picture book illustrated by Migy
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