A short but succinct gallery of art from Igor Vitkovskiy. You can see more of this Kiev based artist’s work up at DrawCrowd. The platform is currently in beta but is a nice way to view Igor’s unquestionable talent. I really appreciate the high impact drama that goes with each of his illustrations.
These 9 illustrations are the work of freelance artist Antonio Caparo. Based in Montreal, Canada, this fantastic artist has had his work published in children’s books, magazines and novels. Clients include the like of Hyperion Books, Scholastic, Harper Collins, Tor, Random House and plenty more. Great news! You can buy his work over at Inprnt. […]
Nick Carver is a character and concept artist. He now works as a senior artist at Blizzard Entertainment and is a graduate from the University of Sheffield in England. Carver specialises in the use of Zbrush for digital sculpting which looks like a great tool for character design, texturing and the challenges of concept art. […]
Dan Mumford has updated his poster store with some fantastic new additions. You can check the whole collection out here at BigCartel. The two prints are Cognizance and The Green Inferno. Just to be clear; The Green Inferno is the red one and the official print produced for Eli ROth’s Fright Fest 2014 feature.
Do we need any further evidence that geek culture is strong? Greg “Leon” Guillemin’s Secret Life of Heroes wanted $30,000 from Kickstarter and at the time of posting there are 25 days to go and we’re nearly at $40,000. You can find out more from the campaign page. [Back this Campaign] This quirky collection of […]
Florent Llamas is a freelance artist based in France. He produces very many great illustrations and you can sample them across the web; on Facebook, Deviant Art, tumblr and Behance to name just a few. They’re all worth checking out. Llamas has the talent for creating believable but otherworldly vistas.