French illustrator and art director Alexandre Avram welcomes you with an original personal design project. Enter the big Chocolate show and meet Don Choco & his circus of great talents. Take a look inside the luscious, yet bizarre, vector art world of extreme pleasure with ‘The Brothers Miam-Miam Tour”. Read more
Free badge vectors collection of graphic stickers elements for your illustration, typography, design, print and web projects. Great collection of logo signs: free, cool, crazy, amazing, smile, danger, I love you, this rocks, rock on, wild, beware – don’t touch, wtf? and wow! Download colorful message vector stock footage pack for free. Read more
With the recent success of Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys, Duffy and Joss Stone, a new era of soul music has emerged. But if one singer deserves the title “Queen of Soul”, it must be pop icon Aretha Franklin. In the Sixties, this giant of soul music was the voice of a popular Coca-Cola commercial. In 1968, Aretha appeared in this pop art style magazine ad. Here you can download a vector image of this amazing artwork. Read more
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
Some people love to work with personal messages or important issues. Andrew Bannecker, an established digital artist who dabbles and professionalizes in vector illustration is such a person. Andrew Bannecker managed to bag reputable clients like Starbucks, Vodafone and Coca-Cola. Being the talent that he is, his work is wildly recognized by Communication Arts, American Illustration, Society of Illustrators, 3x3 Magazine and SILA. Read more