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ANDREA UCINI’S LATEST CONCEPTUAL ILLUSTRATIONS

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Andrea Ucini is an Italian illustrator based in Denmark. His conceptual illustrations, whom we’ve featured previously, are often inspired by contrasts and conflicts in arts, literature and politics, where he turns complex ideas into strong but simple visuals that perfectly convey each theme. Andrea Ucini graduated in classical piano and composition at the Music Academy of Florence in Italy but has been working as a freelance illustrator for the last 10 years. Represented by Anna Goodson, most of his work revolves around lifestyle, politics and other editorial themes. To date, his pure and minimalist style has attracted clients such as Wired, Scientific America, Entrepreneur Magazine, LeMonde, UCLA Magazine, Die Zeit and New Scientist.

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Andrea Ucini's Latest Conceptual Illustrations

Via Creative Boom

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ILLUSTRATIONS MADE FROM ICONIC SYMBOLS OF THEIR BELOVED CITIES

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Italian illustrator Federico Babina has made a new set of drawings that takes us on a world tour. Sticking to his clear, graphic sensibilities, Babina illustrates some of the most well-loved cities around the world for his new series INKONICITY. From Beijing to Berlin, Istanbul to Paris, the Italian artist draws from the culture and iconography of each city to visually illustrate their characteristics.
A couple dancing the tango in Buenos Aires or Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janiero are some of the figurative touchstones that stand in the center of each illustration. Swirling around them, geometric shapes and lines that suggest the main landmarks, traditional foods, or famous artworks of the cities help with the visual roadmap.
As exemplified by his illustrations of mental illness, Babina has an uncanny ability to synthesize complex topics into simple designs, and INKONICITY is no different. Each drawing is a guidebook, taking the viewer on a whirlwind tour in one glance. And, as usual, Babina has also released an entertaining animated clip, where each visual detail comes to life.

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Illustrations Made From Iconic Symbols Of Their Beloved Cities

Via My Modern Met by Jessica Stewart

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THE CONCEPTUAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF GIULIO BONASERA

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

Born and raised in Rome, Giulio Bonasera graduated in art graphics and etching techniques at the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome, before attending the MiMaster illustration courses in Milan and studying animation and motion graphics as self-thaught.
He likes to keep his compositions tied to a stylized and minimal approach, morphing iconic signs with detailed elements, creating conceptual illustrations in a graphic style, warmed and characterized by etching-based brushes and layers.

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

The Conceptual Illustrations Of Giulio Bonasera

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THE NARRATIVE AND WITTY ILLUSTRATIONS OF DAVIDE BONAZZI

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

Davide Bonazzi has been working as freelance illustrator for clients worldwide including major publishers, advertisers, institutions and animation studios.
Born and raised in Bologna, Italy, first earning a degree at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Bologna, he also studied Illustration in Milan at IED – European Institute of Design and at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna.
Davide Bonazzi aims to create clever visual solutions to represent complex topics, as well as narrative, witty images. His style combines digital media with textures of scanned found objects, in order to give his illustrations a warm and evocative atmosphere.

His work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles,
Communication Arts, American Illustration, 3×3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly Journal.
He has been featured in ​Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 2016/17.

 

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

The Narrative And Witty Illustrations Of Davide Bonazzi

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