L'Encre Blanche consists of 5 members who have a passion for illustrating stories, together they have created the collection of posters below. L'Encre Blanche are based in Nantes, France and are currently selling a couple of prints on their online Etsy Store.
Matt Taylor is an illustrator and designer based in Sussex, he explains his work as Americana inspired with a classic comic book art style of the fifties and sixties. Matt has an impressive list of clients; Google, Trek Bikes and Burton Snowboards to name a few.
This collection of illustrations are by Elly Liyana, she is based in Singapore and sells her work on her online Society6 store, a link can be found on her website. Elly mainly paints surreal portraits of animals and females, in her bio she explains how if you look at them closely, you will find her story. I think her work definitely portrays the affection she feels for animals and wildlife. Her work are fragments of her personal thoughts and memories combined together to form a reflection of something intimate yet openly expressed through …
Claire Hummel is currently based in Seattle working as an associate production designer for microsoft studios, where she has contributed to titles such as; Bioshock Infinite, Kinectimals, Alan Wake and more. Her free time is spent drawing awesome stuff just like this Disney Princess project, check out more of her work via the link at the bottom of this article.
David Johnson currently lives and works in Windham, Conneticut, he began selling work at the age on 19 and then began his freelance career shortly after. He recently won a silver medal from The Society of Illustrators in New york, and a gold in 1999. Just a few of David's big list of clients include; Esquire, Harpers and The Wall Street Journal. Johnson has illustrated several books for both children and adults, Abraham Lincoln in particular won a Connecticut Book Award.
Three of Dublin’s most talented illustrators took to the rooftops of Dublin with one not-so-easy task: draw their version of the incredible view in just one day. The result – three stunning videos of artists in action, capturing Dublin at its most beautiful.
Kristian Hammerstad is a trained illustrator and self taught animator currently living in Oslo, Norway. A few of his clients include Penguin Books, Wired Magazine and AOL. To see more of his work check out Kristian's website.
David Palumbo is a freelance illustrator who has recieved multiple honors including three Spectrum Medals and a Chesley Award. He has a huge client list, a couple being; Blizzard Entertainment, Night Shade Books and Wizards of the Coast.
While Samantha primarily works within the digital realm of illustration, she is influenced heavily by Byzantine frescos, Neoclassical painters, and modern Japanese animation. She is interested in the place of iconography in paintings, as well as merging her childhood interests in anime with the more traditionally centered look of high art oil painting. Due to this influence she creates her work using a limited palette, very fine line work, graphic shapes, and a painterly touch. She uses her work to explore the thin boundary between what is eerie and what is …
Jonathan Bartlett currently lives in Brooklyn and has received rewards and recognition from American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators and more. His client list is also pretty impressive just a few being; The Atlantic, Playboy and Candlewick Press. To find out more about Jonathan or see more work, click the link to his site at the bottom of the article.
Zach Montoya originally from the Pacific Northwest and currently living in Baltimore has had clients such as: Zynga East, Mindgrub Games, Valiant Comics and more. Zach has an online Inprnt shop, click here to check it out and to see more of his work click the link to his website at the bottom of this article.
I am investigating the psychological complexity of women through intimate observations in the bedroom. The work is inspired by the cult of beauty in contemporary mass media. Intricately painted, decorative interiors are invented to titillate the viewer.
Brian Edward Miller is the illustrator at Orlin Culture Shop, based in Colorado (USA). He provides custom digital illustration services with a style influenced by vintage advertising and animation and modernized by his use of bold shapes and textures. During a decade long career as an award winning designer, Brian continued to develop and refine his voice as a visual storyteller and illustrator into what you see today. His earnest desire to serve his clients to the best of his ability and his dedication to the craft of illustration make him …
John Chae is the artist behing these awesome cubism illustrations, he is currently based in Jacksonville, FL. His website is an online store, so if you want to purchase any prints or just see more of his work check out the link at the bottom of the article.
Illustration is a hobby of Brianne Yep, she currently studies graphic design at the Rhode Island School of Design. If you are interested in keeping up to date with her illustrations and doodles head over to her website via the link at the bottom of the post.