Category Archives: Graphic
Alex Dukal is an illustrator born and raised between the wastelands, wind and sand from Patagonia Argentina. He studied at the National School of Fine Arts “Manuel Belgrano” of Buenos Aires. From very young, Alex started to publish comics and illustrations in the legendary “Fierro” magazine.
Russian-born Yelena Bryksenkova, raised in Ohio, and educated at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and the Academy of Applied and Decorative Arts in Prague, Czech Republic. She received her BFA in illustration in 2010. Yelena lives in New England with her imaginary pet elephant and work as a freelance illustrator.
The great DutchDFA network did a video profile of famous graphic designer Irma Boom. Blooms’ has made over 250 books, 50 of which are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Her ‘Think book’ for a giant coal company has become an international icon of Dutch design. She sees her books as objects, that communicate ideas and stories, and speak to all human senses.
Marco Marella work has, since 1988, appeared in a variety of publications in Europe, the US and Canada. he has also provided images for numerous international clients in graphic design, book publishing and corporate communications.
Marco’s work has received recognition form industry associations as diverse as American illustration, Luetzer’s archive, the Italian and British associations of illustrators.
Gerry Gersten (born 1927, New York City) was a prolific, and renowned political caricaturist. He also done numerous record covers. Gerry, born in 1927, grew up in the Bronx. His Polish Jewish immigrant parents were skeptical of his desire to pursue art and instead wanted him to be an accountant. But, his talent, was just too great.
Janine Drayson is a freelance artist and illustrator living on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. She specialises in watercolour and collage and uses a wide variety of recycled materials.
As well as her original pieces and limited edition prints, which are available for purchase onllne, she is also available for private commissions and her work has been widely published.
Although beautiful women had been portrayed in print for years by the likes of Armstrong, Christy and Gibson…it wasn’t until Esquire magazine began publishing George Petty’s humorous one panel cartoons of out of this world girls being ogled, and propositioned by unlikely suitors, that the die was struck, and America’s fascination with pinup took off like a rocket.
Canadian illustrator and designer Sara Tyson makes the commonplace monumental, abstracting the forms of her subjects into multi-planed geometric solids and rendering them with colors and textures that give them the weight of planets.
I would like to present you Jillian Tamaki. She herself has very good, nicely designed and informative website and blog, which I recommend to visit to everyone who like art, graphic design and illustration. On this site I will give you just a quick glance at her work that will intrigue you to search for more.
Jane Foster is an illustrator living in UK. Her two main passions are screen printing and collecting vintage fabrics from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Her screen prints start off as ink drawings which are then added to screens for printing. She enjoys the process of drawing free hand and love combining screen printing with vintage fabrics.