Kozhevnikov Yuriy is a Russian creative with all kinds of aesthetic skills, so his illustrations are often an amalgamation of different techniques. Photo-manipulation plays a big role in his work, along with 3D and digital painting, often coming together to create strange realities. If you visit his portfolio, you’ll also find website design, logo and identity work, advertising and more.
Category: 3d / Cgi Rendering
Ilya is an illustrator and animator currently living in Israel. Although several styles can been seen on the portfolio website, fantasy art seems to be a real passion of Ilya’s. There is also some 3D modelling on display, as well as traditional illustration styles.
The Chicken or the Egg is a very cute short from Ringling College of Art and Design students, Christine Kim and Elaine Wu. I was taken back by the amount of talent these two students already have. There’s no prizes for guessing Chicken or the Egg has already won an award, as well as been screened at a bunch of film festivals.
“Chicken or the Egg” is an offbeat romantic comedy about a pig who has an EGGdiction to eating eggs. But when he falls in love with the hottest chicken in town, he must choose what comes first… the Chicken or the Egg.
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Today on The Lounge we have super talent André Smatik Ljosai aka Smatik. Art direction, illustration, motion graphics and graphic design are amongst his skill set, with many of the world’s biggest brands flocking to his creativity. He is also a trained lithographer and scallywag graffiti artist. He lives and works in Denmark, with clients including Aljazeera, Audi, Coca-Cola, Gilette, Haribo and Virgin Airlines.
Over the years growing up, I’ve had lemons for cars. Which in turn means that my nose was constantly in repair manuals. I’ve always been fascinated by the complexity of exploded diagrams. I’ve ventured into many fields of illustration, but my mind only sits comfortably with this type of challenge. And the ultimate challenge being creating machinery that looks functional and in some way invokes emotion.
Jason Gamber brings life to technical illustration. His work is so well executed and he brings together such a marvellous blend of ideas that you cannot help but be impressed. Jason lives and works in Oregon, USA.