US illustrator and designer Tom Whalen aka 'Strongstuff' has worked for a variety of big names such as Nickelodeon, PC World, Scientific American and Wired Magazine. In this particular series, Tom has re-imagined a variety of Walt Disney posters in a modern vintage style. I'm a huge fan of these posters, everything from the color scheme to the quirky imagery works brilliantly with Walt's characters.
French Illustrator, Zazie Bulles, has created this unique and creative collection of vegetables and fruit illustrations. The thing that I love the most about these illustrations, and probably what you do too, is the stylish particle effect that Zazie has added to each piece. They completely transform what would usually be an average illustration, to something that's fresh and eye catching.
Andi Koroveshi is a digital artist based in Albania, he specializes in illustration and 2D concept art. To create many of his pieces Andi uses Photoshop CS5 and a mouse, my personal favorites are 'Landing in Cyrillo' and 'The Forest', he has extremely detailed step-by-step tutorials of both on his blogspot site that you can check out here.
Whilst scrolling through my Behance feed, this promotional imagery project for 'Bai' by Mike Campau instantly caught my eyes. Everything you see was created using CGI and Mike explains that it "not only gave us full control over the lighting and setups, it allowed us to play and explore in a way that traditional photography wouldn't allow." We have featured the work of Mike before; he worked alongside the great Tim Tadder and Dave Oldfield to create a very impressive advertising campaign for Lifeproof.
This collection of digital art is by concept artist and digital painter Piotr Jabłoński, he is currently based in Bialystok, Poland. Piotr has more works on his Behance profile, including plenty of close ups of a few pieces. Prints and phone cases are available to buy on Piotr's inprnt profile, check it out via the link at the bottom of this article.
This collection of illustrations were created for the book 'The World of Ice and Fire' written by George R. R. Martin. The book illustrations are by freelance illustrators Karla Ortiz and Chase Stone.
Saccstry is the artist behind these beautifully unique and freaky illustrations, all are created digitally with a wacom tablet. Her pieces feature cute and colorful girls with a surreal and imaginative twist. If you are a fan of Saccstry's work be sure to check out her shop via her website.
Alison Chin is the creator of the impressive collection of digital paintings you see below. She works as a freelance concept artist, illustrator and visual development artist based in TX, USA.
Photographer and illustrator Nick Pedersen is the creative mind behind the 'Ultima' project. 'Ultima' portrays Nick's concern for the impact we humans have on the planet. I have featured part 3 of the project, be sure to check out part 1 and 2 over on Nick's website. He also has a limited edition book for sale that you can purchase. Primarily it is about the modern conflict between the manmade world and the natural world, and between modern and primitive cultures. I portray this as an epic struggle and in my work …
This collection of digital portraits are by Hsiao-Ron Cheng, she has titled the collection 'Fashion/Beauty'. All of Hsiao-Ron's portraits are created with pastel pallette giving each piece an ethereal and delicate feel. Hsiao-Ron Cheng is Taiwanese and specializes in digital art/illustration and has been working freelance since 2012, her work was also shortlisted for the Young Illustrator Award.
Jie Ma is the artist behind this collection of astonishing digital art pieces, he has called this particular series 'Eclipse' and 'Eclipse II'. Jie is currently based in Shanghai, China and some of his artworks have been included in; Expose 7/8/9, Digital Art Master 5 and Spectrum 18. To create his pieces Jie uses 3ds Max, VRay, Photoshop, Mari, After Efects, ZBrush, Nuke, Maya and Vue.
Below is quite an impressive collection of game concept art and screenshots by Airborn Studios for 'Ori and the Blind Forest'. After creating the game for Moon Studios and Microsoft over a four year period it is finally due to be released on March 11th. To see the trailer and more awesome videos, check out the link at the bottom of this article.
Klaus Pillon is the artist behind this collection of fantasy concept art, his portfolio is filled with stunning cinematic landscapes that are full of intricate details and great imagination. Klaus is based in France and specialises in illustration and concept art, he is always eager for new projects so be sure to check out his website.
Within this article you will find an array of awesome character design concepts taken from the portfolio of Denis Zilber. Denis is a freelance illustrator with more than 8 years of professional experience within his field. His creative characters have played roles within many industries; advertising, editorial, children's books and more. Working with an impressive list of clients; Playboy, National Geographic, Maxim and Nickelodeon to name a few. Also, in the last few years Denis has been teaching and giving lectures on illustration and storytelling all over the world, from Brazil, …
In 2014 Brian Miller created two poster designs for Raleigh USA, he was asked to create a series of posters for a new generation while capturing the timeless qualities that make Raleigh and their riders unique. Raleigh have been working with illustrators since 1916 and Brian explains he is thrilled to contribute.