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    Oct 2012

    Sergey Kostik

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    Sergey is a freelance illustrator from Russia. He creates some nice digital art, but his best work is probably his pixel art. He creates a lot of artwork for games, but some of his advertising pieces for clients are brilliant, full of incredible details. His clients include Sberbank, Megafon, Mars, GQ and Forbes.

    Visit Sergey’s website for more.

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    Oct 2012

    Manga Mondays ~ Yoonji Hong

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    This weeks Manga Mondays feature, Yoonji Hong is a concept artist at Eyedentity Games. Her pencils are fluid suiting the “cute” fantasy scenes that she depicts. Her colouring technique, though subtle, brings a sense of atmosphere and depth to her work. Be sure to check out more of Yoonji Hong’s work on her blog.

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    Sep 2012

    Glenn Thomas

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    Glenn Thomas is an illustrator, animator and designer from Melbourne, Australia. He is rather impressive in all disciplines; his snazzy website portfolio displays some nice branding, animation clips and lots of fun illustrations. I think my favourite piece is his Ghostbusters animation (if you’ve seen the movies, you’ll get it). What’s great about Glenn’s work is no matter what he does, it has his stamp all over it. He has an identity which comes through his textures, fonts, shapes and colour palettes. See more here… 

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    Sep 2012

    Fashion Fridays ~ Lovisa Burfitt

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    Messy, crazy, exciting—just a few words that spring to mind when I see illustrations by Lovisa Burfitt. She is a rule-breaker, for sure. Her work feels spontaneous, something that comes from within and is not calculated, nor run-of-the-mill. H&M definitely realised this too; they asked Lovisa to draw all over their walls in their Milano store. The results are amazing, so be sure to check out the ‘Wall Paintings’ section on her website.

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