Self taught illustrator Marleen Weijman conjures up her striking vexel artworks working primarily with Photoshop. Working under the artist name Womanwithagun, her depictions of the contemporary music and fashion scene are using a poppy style of representation. Her pet project is the series of eye-catching portraits Marleen created of pop diva Lady Gaga. The illustrations combine a striking elegance with a dramatic visual impact, and play upon the viewer as skillfully as the real Lady Gaga. Smashing! Read more
Sicksystems was established in 2003 in Moscow, Russia by three graffiti artists; Aske, Kola and Kio. It hasn’t taken long for Sicksystems to extend their creative arms to graphic design, vector art, illustration, identity, typography and calligraphy. In 2009, Sicksystems became the personal project of its most active member, Aske. The Sicksystems style is an inspiring blend of contemporary cubism, geometric shapes and modern typography infused with wildstyle graffiti lettering. Read more
Cristiano Siqueira, popularly known as Crisvector, is a digital illustrator from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Siqueira blends vector art, 3D design and Photoshop together to create his distinct digital art. Deriving his inspiration from web 2.0 and the worlds of music, movies, gaming and art, Cristiano pushes the boundaries of his visual planet on a daily basis. Read more
A logo is the first impression of any brand or agency. It’s the symbol of your company, so it’s important to create a memorable and effective logo. Here are some guidelines for effective logo design and use.
Pop Art was born in the roaring fifties and quickly became one of the most prominent art movements of the 20th century. A consumer and media boom took place, and visual artists started to interpret ideas, themes and motifs specific to consumer products, mass media, social concerns, advertising and comics. To quote Andy Warhol, “Pop Art is all about liking things”.
Today, Californian artist Mel Marcelo is following in the Pope of Pop’s footsteps, transforming the ordinary into extraordinary. Marcelo’s wonderful digital artworks are full of familiar faces and objects, setting him firmly in place as the 2000s heir of the Pop Art movement. Read more
Glenn Jones is a New Zealand freelance vector artist and the co-owner of the infamous Glennz Tees. With 15 years of experience under his belt, Jones is a master of ingeniously capturing bizarre moments in his vector illustrations. His humorous designs -creative snapshots of a parallel fantasy universe- span the globe. Welcome to Glennz’ huge ever growing pulsating brain that rules from the centre of absurdity. Read more
It’s hard to believe that Poked Studio is only one man, the talented Mr. Jonathan Ball. When you browse his portfolio, you would think that there’s at least a whole studio behind the amazing vector artworks, cartoons and flash animations. Ball is a true master in creating fantasy characters and worlds in vibrant colors, served up with a double-dose of fun & crazy. No wonder his cute and fascinating illustrations take the world by storm. Read more