Tagged: china
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    Jul 2013

    Hannah Christenson

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    Fantastic colour work from Texas born, Hannah Christenson. She seems to have a knack for combining every colour in the spectrum effortlessly. Currently living in China, Hannah studied Illustration at Brigham Young University-Idaho, and now works as a freelance illustrator. Some previous clients include Tor.com and Galileo Games. You can see more of her rather stern-faced characters on her website, and blog.

  2. 4

    Jul 2013

    Zhang Webber

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    Zhang Webber is from Shanghai, China. He uses all kinds of techniques including pencil, watercolours, digital and traditional painting. He more often than not leaves behind intentionally sketchy marks, and his colours are made up of separate blocks rather than being smooth and nicely blended. This all fits together to create an imperfection that works so well, probably because he gets the basics right in the first place. His anatomy, composition and general observational skills are obviously excellent.

  3. 21

    May 2013

    Jing Zhang

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    Jing Zhang is an illustrator, typographer and designer from southern China and currently living in trendy London. Her infographics are exceptional, and her experiments with 3D illustrated type are very powerful. I cannot express enough how inspiring her portfolio of work is, so visit her website or Behance to drool over the rest of her portfolio.

  4. 25

    Feb 2013

    Manga Mondays ~ Benjamin Zhang Bin

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    Beijing-based Benjamin Zhang Bin is a comic artist best known for his brightly coloured painted style. He gained popularity in the west due to his stunning cover work for Marvel Comic’s titles X-Men Origins: Emma Frost and New Mutants. He has also written and illustrated manhuas including Orange (2006) and Remember (2004). Not your typical black and white manhua style, it often takes Benjamin much longer to produce work, with Orange rumouring to have taken three years to produce. See more of his illustrations over on his blog.

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