Isabelle Arsenault illustration Fresh From The Dairy: Painterly Realism This week’s The Design Milk Dairy picks marry abstraction with realism. Where drips and splashes and abstract shapes morph into real images of faces and nature. This Thing Called Art is Really Dangerous by Agnes-cecile Bright Pink – Part 2 by Jenny Liz Rome Pour Deux by Marc Allante Koi – Life in Watercolor by Budi Satria Kwan BONUS: This week, Society6 is offering FREE Shipping, worldwide through 1/27 (excludes Framed Art Prints, Stretched Canvases and Throw Pillows with insert). In an ongoing effort to support independent artists from around the world, Design Milk is proud to partner with Society6 to offer The Design Milk Dairy, a special collection of Society6 artists’ work curated by Design Milk and our readers.
SCHIERKE Artists - Damien CUYPERS illustrates for Glamour Germany HELLO : Ellie Cryer Illustration illustration LOCASTRO - Geometry Illustrator, Animator, Designer • Miki Mottes • Illustrator for Startups • Designing Growth Charts for kids, illustrating Childrens books, Street Artist
Otto Bjornik's Pen and Ink Blog viktoriamarie.de - illustration - graphic design Beautiful Illustrator Artworks By Artists Around The World Adobe Illustrator is a powerful software for illustrating that allows users to produce beautiful artwork, technical illustrations, and even graphics for both print and the web. Adobe Illustrator is a multipurpose vector illustration tool and its versatility makes it the most preferred choice among many professional artists and designers. In the past, we’ve published a collection of Beautiful Photoshop Illustrations By Artists Around The World1, and this is the latest post that will showcase the power of Adobe Illustrator. We recognize that there are many more highly-talented illustrators that may not be mentioned here. Tom Whalen Tom Whalen2 lives in McAdoo, a town in northeastern Pennsylvania, USA. Robot Earth 3009 Poster3 Voltron Commission5 Raiders of the lost ark poster7 Darkstalkers: Lord Raptor9 Christopher Lee Christopher Lee11 is a multi-disciplinary designer and illustrator of sorts, born in Sacramento, California. I Am Medic12 The Impossible Circus14 Candy Culture Magazine16 Musimals18
Studio Likeness-About We compose and capture innovative visual stories. Studio Likeness, that´s Julia Classen and Magdalena Lepka - a creative duo working on unique concepts for still life photos and videos. We share a passion for colorful compositions and the ambition to reveal the essence of every thing we capture. Our collective skill set covers art direction, set design, styling and photography. Studio Likeness creates editorials for SZ-Magazin, Neon and Rondo, commissioned photographs and stop motion videos for companies such as Thonet, Vitra and Marc O´Polo. Contact: Studio Likeness Hasenheide 9 Aufgang 2, 2. 10967 Berlin Germany phone: +49 30 61628387 mail: firstname.lastname@example.org represented by Klaus Stiegemeyer Helmut Schmidt Haus - Speersort 1 20095 Hamburg phone: +49 40 41005404 mail: email@example.com Figure 35 rue Pascal 75013 Paris France phone: +33 1 43 31 15 84 firstname.lastname@example.org www.figure.fr Links minimum Thonet Mark Braun Vitra Jongeriuslab Mühle Shaving Ludwig Beck Marc O´Polo SZ-Magazin Neon
. audrey kawasaki . Andrea Krizmanich Andrea Krizmanich office(at)carolineseidler.com Phone:+43 699 192 36 477 www.krizmanich.atandrea(at)krizmanich.at Phone: +43664 39 518 39 Sprachen: Deutsch, Englisch geboren in Wr. Publikationen: „bist du jetzt mein neuer papa? „ how to cooperate with your designer“, design austria, leykam „rabe maxl I-IV“, sel italien Ausstellungen 2009Fassaden design und -gestaltung eines Einfamilienhauses 2008portraits of a city III, barcelona 2007potraits of a city II, rome 2006portraits of a city I, manila 2004„kabarett im spektakel“, Spektakel 2004art position 2003Projekt „buisness“, projekt 21 2003“ausgetrixt, portraits“, Güssing 2003 „portraits“, interio österreich 2002 „portraits of alpenmilchzentrale“, Alpenmilchzentrale Wien 2001 art moskau, gallery caravan Languages: German, English Born in Wr. Studies of graphic design at the University for applied art, diploma in the works of Prof. Since 1995 self employed artist and illustrator for numerous agencies and publishing houses. Publications: Exhibitions:
Myth & Moor: The fantastic imagination "Technically, all fiction is fantasy. It hasn't happened in 'real life'; it has been invented. But there is a divide between fantastic literature and other, more realistic fiction. "Most fiction is like a pane of glass, a window that we look through to see another view of the world outside ourselves. It is not a tale of real events, but it looks real. Fantastic literature is not merely not-real, it is aggressively not-real. "Thus, fantasy does something different from realistic mainstream and historical fiction. "I think this is one of the reasons some people fear fantasy." - Patricia C. "Fantasy is the oldest kind of fiction, and though it's forever finding new forms, it doesn't change in essence. "Fantasy is the language of the inner self. - Ursula K. "The world itself is so astonishing that it seems strange some of us should be driven to invent creatures and stories even more fantastical than those around us. - Susan Cooper (author of The Dark is Rising)