Mago Dovjenko

Mago Dovjenko, russian born artist, self-taught, began at an early age. He now lives in Germany, working as an illustrator, graphic designer and art director for more than 6 years. Almost abstract forms allied with a fluid style, gives a organic and psychedelic touch to his compositions. The use of vibrant colors and high contrast combined with a great wealth of detail, creating complex compositions gives strength and personality to his works. His irregular bold typography is another strong characteristic and present in most of his works.

Being a prominent figure in Germany’s Design Industry, Highlights of his Career include him being invited twice to Germany’s top late-night talkshows including TV Total on Pro7 and Stern TV on RTL. Beside that, numorous other TV appearances at Talk Shows and Documentations.

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Shohei Otomo

Working mostly in ballpoint pen, Shohei Otomo’s insightful depictions of Japan expose both its commercial facade and deepest underground culture. 
Delivered with an unmistakable level of biting political analysis and technical perfection, Shohei’s work straddles the worlds of art, graphic design, anime and punk.Son of the legendary Katsuhiro Otomo the prolific author and illustrator who has shaped so much of Japanese culture with titles such as AKIRA,Shohei’s work takes his fathers legacy into the next generation. http://vimeo.com/56897591

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Binary Portraits by Alex Trochut

One of the best illustrators we know in life - Alex Trochut released a series of Binary portraits that takes a look at dual lives that some of the most influential and pioneering electronic musicians lead from day to night. The series Having discovered a way to display two images on one surface, the series presents what the artist refers to as "nocturnal portraits" that "wake up" in the dark. Basically, there's one image that viewers can see in the light and another image emerges on the same page in the dark.

http://vimeo.com/66919346

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Binary Portraits by Alex Trochut

One of the best illustrators we know in life - Alex Trochut released a series of Binary portraits that takes a look at dual lives that some of the most influential and pioneering electronic musicians lead from day to night. The series Having discovered a way to display two images on one surface, the series presents what the artist refers to as "nocturnal portraits" that "wake up" in the dark. Basically, there's one image that viewers can see in the light and another image emerges on the same page in the dark.

http://vimeo.com/66919346

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Illustrations by Patrik Svensson

You may already know Patrik Svensson for his famous minimalist movie posters and book covers, but he has a lot more hidden in his ‘prince’s hat’ (his former pseudonym). Recently, this Sweden-based graphic designer got rid of this pseudonym, and shared his new portfolio site with us.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/PS-Illustration/279157225502415

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Kin-Dza-Dza by Alex Andreyev

There is a long story to tell if the words "Kin-Dza-Dza" reminds you nothing. Briefly this is a title of the famous Soviet sci-fi (with cyberpunk elements) movie directed by gifted Georgi Daneliya in 1986. Few years ago legendary director decide to go with animated version of the movie and just few days ago the fresh cartoon hit Russian cinemas. What I'd like to focus on is the environment drawings done by famous russian digital artist Alex Andreyev, we shared few of them below as well as both movies trailers.

http://www.behance.net/gallery/Ku-Kin-Dza-Dza/8122917 http://alexandreev.com/

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Jack Hughes illustration

Here is the works of freelance illustrator based as he said "just south of the river Thames" in London. Over bold background gradients and two-tone blocks of color, Hughes illustrates fashionable people from the middle of the 20th century. http://jack-hughes.com/

Emma Leonard Illustration

I rarely fall down with love in artworks but the works of Melbourne based Emma is the pleasant exception. Emma is a creator of shy, feminine and melancholy artworks and illustrations that have found favour with clients including book publishers and hotels. http://www.emmaleonard.com/

Read interview with artist on http://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/portfolios/emma-leonard/