The Top Gear mystery remains: “Who is the Stig?” Since last year we can pop another question: “Where’s Stig?” In the book by illustrator Rod Hunt, you need to spot the popular racing driver of the Top Gear team. And take our word for it: this doesn’t come easy, as Hunt’s artworks are complex illustrations with loads of detail.
This week we're featuring Siggeir Hafsteinsson, from Reykjavik, Iceland. Sig runs his own Advertising Agency now after being a succesful graphic designer for a couple of years. The reason why we're featuring him, is his unique method of reflections to create beautiful inspiring visuals. Enjoy his work and let us know what you think.
This week we head over to the Netherlands where Martijn van Dam impresses us with his digital drawing skills. Martijn aka Supersilo works at Momkai, an interactive agency based in Amsterdam. He's got a very clean technical drawing style, almost like an architect or ingeneer, but developed it to his true trademark.
I bet you remember Ars Thanea from the "Nissan Prove It" campaign we've posted earlier. They've recently created a global key visual for TBWA\CHIAT\DAY, Los Angeles and Visa. Again a true demonstration of what you can do with digital media these days.
It's been snowing heavy in North and Central Europe the last couple of weeks. Everything turned white, a whole different sight when you look out your window. It gave me the idea to collect some winter inspired artwork made during the Holidays. I'm quite surprised with the results designers and artists all over the world came up with. Lets hope the sun will warm us up soon again. For now just let us enjoy making snowdolls and doing snow fights and the wonderful artwork inspired by it.
This week we're featuring a Jeff J.Y Huang aka TheFifthOrder or KhaoticStorm. He's a very talented photo manipulator and illustrator with knowledge in 3D modeling and motion graphics. A perfect combination to make the most astonishing artwork if you ask me. Jeff has been working proffesionally for over 5 years now. The reason why we featured him in our new "Artist Of The Week" is because he updated his portfolio with some amazing work a couple of days ago. Now check out what this multi talented New Yorker can do.
The end of a decade is an excellent moment to muse about the future. Digital artist Joe Mullins has seen the future… and it isn’t that pretty. The forensic creator did some heavy Photoshop work to predict how A-list celebrities as Madonna, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Joe Mullins, Brangelina and the Beckhams will look like in 2020.