Category: Vector
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    Mar 2013

    Esther Diana

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    Esther Diana hails from Spain. Character design, background art, conceptual art, graphic design and traditional editorial illustration are all among her many talents. From vector to watercolours, she demonstrates what a powerhouse of a talent she is. As always, we have a small selection for you to glance over here at The Lounge, so please do click through to her website and see a lot more excellent work.

  2. 24

    Feb 2013

    ‘Rockheads’ by Marc-Antoine Herrmann

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    ‘Rockheads’ is a stunning collection of minimalist portraits of musicians created using bold colours and vector graphics. Their creator Marc-Antoine Herrmann says about the work:

    “Fifty rockstars – for the moment – a very personal choice, based on my tastes for artists who have – at least for me – something remarkable…from Arcade Fire to John Lennon and moving to Adele, REM, Chuck Berry, Jarvis Cocker, Oasis, Paul Weller, Serge Gainsbourg, Radiohead, Moby and the White Stripes…

    ROCKHEADS is my way of depicting the musicians: sleek graphics and powerful colors. The minimalist line captures the essence of the personality of the artists. A look, a smile and sometimes a small reference to the history of the musician and you are eager to (re) explore the world and the songs of the artist. Harmonies of two or three colors echo the musical universe of the musician and give the designs an extra energy.”

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    Feb 2013

    Xavi Ramiro

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    Xavi is from Barcelona, Spain. He recently contacted The Lounge to tell us about his new works: a video game for children called ‘Monsters Band’ and a 3D illustrated book titles ‘Como dos Lunas Ilena’ (As Two Full Moons); doesn’t that sound fun? His vector graphics are well suited to children’s books, as well as editorial work. He is also an animator and creates artwork for games, multimedia and websites as well as advertising and merchandise. Visit his website for more.

  4. 17

    Feb 2013

    James Oconnell

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    Today we have vector artist James Oconnell aka ‘Anonymous Mag’ to share with you. James is based in Manchester, UK where he creates his stylish graphic illustrations. James has a good understanding of typography and applying that to his designs. Thanks to Alison Watmough for the suggestion. See more on his website, Anonymous Mag.

  5. 14

    Feb 2013


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    Though vector artist Souloff works in colour, her black and white work is equally powerful. Her outlines are smooth and sensual, with fat black marker lines thrown in to great effect. You can see influence from night club flyers, and also graffiti ([particularly in some of the lettering). Her ‘Mirror Mirror on the Wall’ series is inspired by fables and fairy tales, but with a modern twist. Do take a look at her website for more…

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