Christina Ung, Toronto based editorial illustrator

Friday, 2 December, 2016

 Christina Ung

Some lovely illustration and comic book like drawing work by Toronto based commercial and editorial illustrator Christina Ung. Not so much work too see on her Instagram page, but there’s plenty on her website.

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Paisley patterns, and more, on textiles, by No Name Design Studio

Friday, 2 December, 2016

Textile design by No Name Design Studio

Is it a painting? Is it a digital image? No, it’s actually textile design. But the paisley pattern gave that away, didn’t it? This design is by United Kingdom based No Name Design Studio, and more of their work can be seen here.

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Keith Jeter, UI designer and comic book artist

Monday, 28 November, 2016

Illustration by Keith Jeter

Keith Jeter is a Michigan based user interface designer who is also the talented comic book artist, and drawer of a wide range of characters, such as the one, named Samson The Swordmaker, that you see here.

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Lorenzo Caudevilla, illustrator, portrait artist, and tattooist

Monday, 21 November, 2016

Artwork by Lorenzo Caudevilla Laliena

Lorenzo Caudevilla Laliena is a Spanish illustrator, portrait artist, and tattooist, based in Huesca. Varied is probably the best way to describe his style, a conclusion you’ll likely also reach once you’ve looked at his work.

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Francisco Rebollo, visual artist, and jeweller

Thursday, 17 November, 2016

Artwork by Francisco Rebollo

Francisco Rebollo is a visual artist, and jeweller, who hails from the Mexican city of Puebla. He made his way into the field, or fields, by way of web design, building his first website at age twelve, and then later, graphic design. See more of his work here.

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Sydney Nielsen, and her bright, and vibrant, artworks

Thursday, 17 November, 2016

Artwork by Sydney Nielsen

Sydney Nielsen is a young self taught artist from the United States, who, in my opinion, has a very bright future ahead of her in the world of art. Take a look at some of the time-lapse work in progress videos on her YouTube page.

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Vladimir Stankovic’s illustrations of creatures awesome and amazing

Friday, 11 November, 2016

Illustration by Vladimir Stankovic

I’m based not far from Sydney, but I can’t say I recognise many of the creatures, and creepy-crawlies, that feature in the work of Sydneysider illustrator and graphic designer, Vladimir Stankovic. Maybe the place I reside in is too quiet for them? Perhaps they prefer the surrounds of a big city? Whatever the story, see more of his work on Behance, and Instagram.

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Slawek Fedorczuk, Warsaw based illustrator and concept artist

Thursday, 10 November, 2016

Illustration by Slawek Fedorczuk

An image from a series of works titled The Fox and The Pig, by Warsaw based illustrator and concept artist Slawek Fedorczuk. See more work here.

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Kingdom of Colours, harmony in hues, by Thomas Blanchard

Wednesday, 9 November, 2016

This is enjoyable. Soothing. Calming even. Kingdom of Colours, by Lyon based designer and artist Thomas Blanchard. Take two minutes and sixteen seconds of your time, to see what I mean.

Who knows, this might come in handy mid-afternoon, east coast of Australia time, when the results of a certain presidential election become known.

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What’s twelve sided and bimetal? The new British one pound coin

Monday, 7 November, 2016

Very nice, the United Kingdom is rolling out a brand new one pound coin. The bi-metal coin has twelve sides, and a number of features that make it difficult to counterfeit. It’s the visual design that appeals to me though.

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