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10 redes sociales para diseñadores y artistas gráficos. Por lo general, quienes trabajan en diseño gráfico y fotografía tienen bien establecidas sus preferencias a la hora de interactuar con colegas o subir sus portfolios a internet.

10 redes sociales para diseñadores y artistas gráficos

Las redes favoritas en este ámbito son por mayoría DeviantArt y Flickr, pero ¿qué tal si te pones en sintonía con alguna que todavía no conozcas? Estas 10 redes sociales para diseñadores guardan muchas gratas sorpresas, y hasta si no eres artista gráfico encontrarás cosas que no te querrás perder. 1. Dribbble Dribbble es una de las redes más vistosas de esta lista, y verás que te capta inmediatamente desde la primera visita. 2. Esta comunidad alternativa no deja una gran impresión visual como la anterior, y hasta ha suscitado algunas molestias por sus elecciones de sistemas de publicación y galerías en el pasado. Illustration I on Behance. Geometry and Colour-loving Paper Sculptures by Lydia Kasumi Shirreff. A guarantee of paper cuts must be part of the job for paper sculptor, Lydia Kasumi Shirreff.

Geometry and Colour-loving Paper Sculptures by Lydia Kasumi Shirreff

Precision with a blade is a must, as is an apparent and intoxicating love of colour and pattern. We like that there is a youthfully crafty joy in her work, as well as more geometry than you can shake a glue stick at. The immediacy and impact of colour when working with cut coloured paper gives it an eye-catching punch. However, it’s also the intricacy in some of the details that really draws you in and start to wonder about how long it all must take. From the edges of a feather to the delicate interior of a flower’s head, Lydia’s skills with a knife and ruler can be seen throughout. I’m a freelance illustrator living and working in London— most of my work involves paper engineering, so lots of measuring, cutting and sticking. I love COLOUR! © Lydia Kasumi Shirreff, 2012. Eiko Ojala.

The portfolio and artwork of collage, cut-paper, and illustrator Kyle Mosher. New Urban Geodes on the Streets of L.A. by Paige Smith. Surrounding an exhibition at Maker City LA, artist Paige Smith A.K.A. a common name (previously), began to install new crystalized rock formations around the streets of LA.

New Urban Geodes on the Streets of L.A. by Paige Smith

The geodesic rock formations which she refers to as urban geodes are created mostly with paper and spray paint or cast resin in random cracks and crevices around the city. She’s also installed geodes in Spain, Istanbul, Jordan, South Korea, and elsewhere around the world over the last few years. For the most up-to-date news on her geological street art you can follow smith on Instagram. Elegant Fine Line Geometric Tattoos by Dr. Woo. With delicate lines, dots, and geometric patterns, L.A. tattoo artist Dr.

Elegant Fine Line Geometric Tattoos by Dr. Woo

Woo creates some of the coolest tattoos we’ve seen in quite a while. The 33-year-old artist first started experimenting with tattoos when he was only 13 and would later work as a fashion buyer and designer before he apprenticed with Mark Mahoney at the Shamrock Social Club where he’s now based. Woo is now one of the most in-demand tattoo artists in L.A. with a waitlist well over six months. There’s often a line out the door of people just making appointments in-person (a professor recently showed up with an entire class in tow). Fashion in Leaves by Tang Chiew Ling.

Fashion in Leaves is ongoing personal project by Malaysian illustrator and artist Tang Chiew Ling that explores various forms of leaves and flowers as if they were fashion sketches.

Fashion in Leaves by Tang Chiew Ling

Ling previously merged flora with illustration in another series of images called Object Art, and if you liked this, also checkout Drawing with Leaves. (via The Jackass Gardener) Birds Made of Flower Petals and Leaves by Red Hong Yi in Photography. New Cut-Away Leaf Art by Lorenzo Durán. Artist Lorenzo Durán lives and works in Guadalajara, Spain where for the last four years he’s focused primarily on cutting intricate illustrations from dried leaves.

New Cut-Away Leaf Art by Lorenzo Durán

He often depicts animals and insects as shown above, but has explored a wide variety of geometric patterns and also does custom work on request. (via fer1972) Birds Made of Flower Petals and Leaves by Red Hong Yi in Birds. Illustration III on Behance. Photographic Bodies Injected with Floral Oddities by Rocio Montoya in Illustration. Birds Made of Flower Petals and Leaves by Red Hong Yi in Photography. Behance. Delicate Pressed Fern Leaf Illustrations by Helen Ahpornsiri. Artist and illustrator Helen Ahpornsiri creates incredible pressed fern illustrations from her studio in East Sussex.

Delicate Pressed Fern Leaf Illustrations by Helen Ahpornsiri

Tiny bits of stems and leaves are arranged on paper to create butterflies, dragonflies, and birds scarcely larger than a coin. 20 Creativos dibujos usando objetos cotidianos, por Christoph Niemann. Christoph Niemann es un artista que rebosa creatividad.

20 Creativos dibujos usando objetos cotidianos, por Christoph Niemann

Cuando no está haciendo ingeniosos y perspicaces dibujos para el New York Times y otras prestigiosas publicaciones, se dedica a crear divertidas ilustraciones por diversión, utilizando objetos cotidianos para enriquecer y completar estas creaciones. Niemann llama a estos dibujos sus “Bocetos del domingo” y los encaja entre otras de sus ilustraciones más serias, que incluyen tanto tiras sobre política como ilustraciones para columnas en Times Magazine y New Yorker.

Nos encantan los artistas que usan objetos cotidianos para crear dibujos, ya que nos parece una forma de arte muy divertida e inclusiva. Javier Perez y Gilbert Legrand son solo dos de los muchos artistas de los que hemos hablado que también gustan de usar este estilo artístico. Si te gustan las obras de Niemann, no te pierdas sus libros en Amazon. Illustration II on Behance. Play Book/Found Object Fun IV on Behance. Arts & Pics - VISUAL ART: Carter Asmann.