Posts Tagged ‘ artwork ’

Steven Emmanuel

Very interesting pieces. I’m not sure I fully understand the concepts portrayed through his work, but they’re definitely visually stimulating.

Philippe Apeloig

I’m sorry that it has taken so long to make another post, but summer school has recently started which has stunted my free time. I will do my best to make periodical updates (hopefully weekly).

ANYWAYS, this designer, Philippe, is awesome! He transforms his type into imagery. The compositions he creates are dynamic, colorful, fluid, and innovative. He has tons of his artwork on his website. Without further adieu, Mr. Apeloig’s work:

Os Gemeos & Blu

Amazing graffiti artwork in Lisboa, Portugal. I don’t know how they can create something so huge and make it so flawless. The painted shadows really seem to make the figures pop! I especially like the crown that uses the attic windows. Look for the links to these artists in the sidebar.

Illustrations in My Current Portfolio

I haven’t taken too many graphic design classes yet because I just finished taking all of my introductory classes but, I have taken a few. My portfolio is about have illustrations half graphic design work right now with the graphic design work being the weaker of the two halves in my opinion. I would love feedback as to which of these I should keep in my portfolio or take out. I use a variety of media such as ink, colored pencil, watercolor, sharpies, and charcoal. Most of these works are very large, around 30x40inches.