Type the Sky
Not knowing much about German, I'm taking a bit of a stab at understanding this page on Slanted. Type the sky is a university project by Lisa Reinerman. It involves a photography/typography project where she's basically looked up and shot the skyline to make out letterforms. I've had to rely on a babelfish translation to understand the text, but I think that photoshop hasn't played too big a part in
It's great to see someone you've commissioned in the past going on to great things. Gavin is a guy who always seems so enthusiastic about being creative - puts an old cynic like me to shame. You only have to dip in to his blog for a short time to see how much energy/projects/geekery he possesses. Well the news that he couldn't quite keep to himself is that he landed himself a spot on the Apple Pro
Wed, Jul 25 2007 09:46 | illustration
Here's someone that uses pen and paper for illustration, a rare breed these days. Diggy's illustrations have a great fluidity to them because of this approach. The black lines and sombre palette give these images a certain melancholic feel but that's not to be discouraged. He also has a blog where things seem to be a touch more colourful. He's currently studying on a graphics degree in Falmouth, but
Play it again Sam
Tue, Jul 24 2007 07:29 | illustration
Sam Gilbey is, quite rightly, rather chuffed with his latest creation. The thumbnail image you see here is a small part of a much larger montage he has created for the film "Hot Fuzz". Having previously painted an image of "Shaun of the Dead", Sam was invited by the films director to create a new piece for his latest blockbuster. Click through to his site to see a step by step process of how he created
WPT Poker mag: Issue 19
Live action poker: Joe Sebok heads up this action packed issue with tournament highlights from Vegas and Bournemouth. Yes, that's right we cover poker both sides of the atlantic. All the big stars of high stakes american games, along with the best of our own home grown scene. It's the start of the new WPT season 6 tour - the Mirage Poker Showdown with Phil Ivey making the final table.Features to look
Tue, Jul 10 2007 09:42 | illustration
James Jean has an absolutely wonderful portfolio. He apologises in his news page for not updating as often as he'd like because he's very busy on long term projects. No wonder with this kind of quality. It goes without saying that his client list is very impressive.
Veerle's blog 2.0
This site is a great resource for any screen jockey. Veerle Pieter is mainly a web designer with a background in graphic design and illustration. I'm linking to her Photoshop and Illustrator tutorials as they are a great resource, but you should make time to browse the other topics available.
Thu, Jul 5 2007 10:01 | illustration
I don't know much about this artist other than his work is brilliant. I'm not usually one to gush over fantasy art but this is well worth a visit.
Mon, Jul 2 2007 01:35 | illustration
Randomly meandering around the web I bumped into this site, the home of Paul Darragh. Its stacked with great eyecandy from this Aussie illustrator/designer.
Delving into Delicious pt1
Sun, Jul 1 2007 10:20 | illustration
I thought it might be time to delve back through some of the sites I've tagged on del.icio.us under illustration...Acute graphicsSee Kyle DrawAlexander Blue picturedCelina HilbertZombie Flesh Eaters - Jamie HewlittDan SipplePlatinumIf you want to see what other users are tagging as illustration then click on...