A few weeks ago, I came across the portfolio of a brilliant illustrator and graphic designer by the name of Amanda Mocci. Her work is immediately recognizable, I was surprised and a little guilty that it took me so long to stumble upon her portfolio. We exchanged a couple of emails and today I’m delighted to present our readers with an insightful and very generous interview from this singular talent.
The head of the Depthcore collective, Justin Maller has updated his portfolio with some new very interesting projects. The work that most excited me personally is the “Abstract Prism” effect that he’s developed for the “Echoes” chapter of depthcore. It’s kind of like a new take on his classic abstract renders, a more refined and controlled version perhaps. It would be very interesting to see where Justin goes with this. If you haven’t done so already, follow the guy on every link he provides.
Sara Blake ( HelloZSO ) is a regular feature on Artisnavi for a reason. Her work is like non other being produced in the industry, and in recognition of her craftsmanship and aesthetic brilliance in both personal and commercial projects, we feature her updated portfolio yet again with great pleasure.
“An Idea Everyday” is a fantastic series of typography oriented posters created by Graphic Designer Bram Vanhaeren. In his own words :
” Bram Vanhaeren challenged himself to create a typography treatment everyday! How long = unknown. Why? Making interesting quotes fun to read and remember. Instead of boring Times New Roman, Bram started to share ideas that everyone understood in a fun way. A simple, creative solution in sharing ideas.
Enjoy the journey from a young digital artist, on a mission to find creativity! “
Enjoy this dose of inspiration, and hope this ignites the desire to challenge oneself to reach the next level of artistic accomplishment.
Leonardo is a member of SlashThree who’s work I’ve been following for some time. His style is a mixture of photo manipulation and matte painting, great concepts and a vivid imagination makes his work stand out. It’s with great pleasure that we provide you with an interview with this talent.
Designers Against Child Slavery (DACS), have recently released their third exhibition entitled “Reclaim”. The exhibition consists of powerful artwork created by over 40 artists from around the world, revolving around the theme of hope and freedom. This post features some of our favorite pieces with a strong recomendation for you to view all their exhibitions from the charity’s website. You can also read an interview we conducted a while ago with the founder of DACS:
A nature based piece depicting flocks of birds migrating to the last tree on Earth. In the background lies the deceptively beautiful, cold, cruel and lonely space.
James White from the popular Signalnoise blog, owns one of the most recognizable digital art styles out there. His trade mark techniques include the rainbow shards, vivid lights and plenty of light flares. Among a great deal of other cool stuff that have made him a pillar of excellence in the online Art&Design community. Recently he’s been experimenting with 100% vector created posters. The outcome is fantastic and shows how powerful vector work can be in capturing the essence of an idea. Just look at that VILLAIN!
A while back, I wrote a post where I shared with you some of the work that caught my eye from the vast range of talented members of the DeviantART community. Today I would like to share with you once more and hopefully if this works out, you can expect a regular edition of this post. Enjoy!
Previously : Favourites From DeviantART “1″