Rory Kurtz has been illustrating since he was old enough to hold a crayon. Self-taught and focusing in pencil, ink and digital paint, Rory has carved out his niche as a unique voice in the illustration community. His influences are spread out across the respective worlds of literature, fashion, art, film and music.
I bet you will enjoy this portfolio of Russian illustrator and digital artist Alex Novoseltsev. It is all about cartooning and awesome techniques of caricature art. Beside the fact that each portrait is a small digital arts masterpiece, they all have a soul and and a grotesque feature of an object whenever it is an actor or celebrity.
"Domo Arigato" as a series takes a look at the paralleled cultural influences of early childhood many of us have experienced and or have seen exhibited today. Classic Japanese cultural icons are infused with luxury branding brilliantly creating an conversation around the identities of the youth today.Mega Man meets Comme, Sonic meets Louis Vuitton, in a iconoclash that's a truly astute observation of today's influences. We are looking forward to seeing how the series is utilized within the real world. We've included an synopsis about the series directly from the artist Mago as well: "Whether Sailor Moon, Son Goku or Pokemon - all these Japanese anime figures were a big part of our childhood. My biggest inspiration for this project was to combine classic Japanese anime characters with luxury brands like Gucci, LV or Chanel to show the brand affinity of the Japanese culture. The series is also strongly influenced by my unique illustration style I've created over the past few years that is characterized by a strong love for details.Take a closer look and discover my passion for anime and luxury brands."
Let's do a quick trip to the Neverland of Andrey Kasay aka Flakonkishochki (literally "BottleOfBowels") conceptual illustration. We admire the continuos artist's development, his ability to perfect these bizarre and psychedelic skills.
Young American artist and illustrator Kimberly Bicknese shares gorgeous and really mature artworks through personal portfolio on synthoxide.net "The artwork that I compose primarily revolves around certain concepts that relates to people in general, such as mental illnesses, disorders, human emotions, desires and wishes, dreams, and anything else that essentially makes us who we are. Depicting such things allows me to record what many others around the world are feeling during certain points in their lives."