Originally from Nottingham, Paul Thurlby is an award winning illustrator living in London. He was fortunate enough to have had his personal project, Alphabet, published as a children’s book in 2011. Since then he hasn’t looked back. His work is graphic and colourful and he enjoys working with a wide variety of clients from Children’s Books and Editorial to Advertising and Design.
Give him a pencil, and he will tell you the truth. István Orosz was born in Kecskemet, Hungary in 1951. After graduation he began to deal with theater as a stage designer and animated film director. Later, when poster came to the center of his interest he made mainly theater, movie and exhibition posters. His progressive political posters brought him great acclaim and international recognition.
All images © Istvan Orosz
He specializes in creating images that are striking and complex, sensual yet undeniably intellectually involving. In order to achieve this unique look, Alexei Vella employs a complex colour palette, an eclectic application of graphics and texture, and a sophisticated use of antiquated surfaces.
All images © Alexei Vella
Photographer, graphic designer and illustrator. Based in Barcelona, Eduardo Luzzati graduated in Multimedia specialized in Visual Communication and Creativity by the Open University of Catalunya (UOC). His colorful works are simply clean and brilliant but at the same time they carry on deeply social and ethical meanings. He has worked for Cartelera Turia, The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, Diagonal newspaper, El Salto, Editorial Conuencias, Editorial Icaria, Amnesty International, Generalitat de Catalunya, among others.
All images © Eduardo Luzzati
He’s a narrative illustrator. Ronald Wimberly makes art, writes stories and draws comics. He created Prince of Cats for Vertigo. He adapted Something Wicked This Way Comes for Hill and Wang he designed characters for Black Dynamite on Adult Swim. Story connects people to their world and each other. Wether it’s animation, graphic novels, editorial illustration or advertisement, Ronald finds the story.
Ronald Wimberly has worked as an illustrator/animator and comic book artist out of Brooklyn, NY for 10 years, his work has been featured around the world. There will be a Ronald Wimberly Solo Show at Superchief Gallery in Greenpoint – Brooklyn – New York City. Opening June 2nd 2018.
Illustrator, computer animator, visual effects artist, pop culture connoisseur. Filip Hodas wanted to learn how to use substance painter. Specifically, he wanted to learn how to integrate substance painter with his texturing workflow. He just happened to get schwifty while doing so, with a little sequel to his past project. This is: Pop Culture Dystopia Part Two.