Category: Vector
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    Aug 2012

    Fashion Fridays ~ Nila Aye

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    Born in Burma, Nila grew up in England and graduated from London’s Central St. Martins College of Art. Since then she’s been working as a freelance illustrator, with clients including Marks & Spencers, McDonald’s, Royal Mail and Paperchase. I love her sexy, minimal, colourful and fun illustrations, of which you can find plenty more on her website.

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    Aug 2012

    Jordan Debney aka Eye Rupture

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    Self-taught New Zealand illustrator Jordan Debney concentrates his efforts on creating creatures of the more absurd nature. Not your run-of-the-mill pin-up woman or action man, no, Mr. Debney’s characters are more grotesque and zany, and often vomiting. But when combined with crisp line-work and vibrant colours, his work actually becomes rather attractive! See more of his abnormally compelling work on his website.

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    Aug 2012

    Fashion Fridays ~ Caroline Johansson

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    It’s Fashion Friday once again here on The Lounge! This week’s excellent addition to the series is Caroline Johansson. She demonstrates how brilliant the clean lines resulting from using vector art can be when trying to show detail such as hair, fabric and pattern. The beautifully chosen flat colours accompanied with black lines also have tremendous impact.

    See Caroline’s portfolio.

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    Jul 2012

    Tadaomi Shibuya

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    Tadaomi Shibuya is a Japanese illustrator with an incredible geometric style. What I find amazing about this style is that it can be deployed to portraits just as well as more abstract subjects. Shibuya says he is influenced heavily by hip hop and artificial factory products.

    Clients include Nike, Givenchy, Diesel and New Scientist.

    Visit Shibuya’s MySpace page.

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    Jul 2012

    Gabriel Mourelle

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    Gabriel is an Argentinean illustrator who started out as a web designer. Web and graphic design, as well as probably any other creative discipline, can teach us skills that can be transferred usefully into illustration. These web design skills are evident in Gabriel’s work and that’s probably why his designs for online games in particular stand out. It is a clean and clinical finish, but charged with emotion and you just want to reach into the screen and grab the work, hug it and squeeze it!

    Visit Gabriel’s website for more.

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