Tagged: fun
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    Sep 2013

    Juan Casini

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    The bright colours and perfect forms found in Argentinean Juan Casini’s work are to die for. On his website you’ll find some fantastic sketch books with lots of experimental collage and type cuttings, some great personal projects including ‘Animal Gods’, as well as client work for web, games, character design and more. Jolly good fun; mosey on over.

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    Aug 2013

    Aristotelis Falegos

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    Aristotelis Falegos is a Greek illustrator with a fun, bright and colourful style. He seems to draw inspiration from Eastern Manga as well as retro Western styles. His quirky worlds are inhabited by weird and wonderful creatures. On Aristotelis’ Behance page, you’ll find illustrated skateboards, 3D cut-out-and-fold toys, illustrations for the web and lots more.

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    Jun 2013

    Muxxi

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    Guatemalan illustrator and character designer Muxxi has a punchy style full of zany characters doing zany things. She works primarily in digital form, though she has also created some captivating murals and other artworks in 3D. Computer Arts Magazine, Pictoplasma and Nokia have all taken note of her talents and I think there is only one way to go from here and that’s up. Visit Muxxiland for more!

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    May 2013

    Eric Comstock

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    Fun, stylish, bright and friendly—Eric’s illustrations are all of these things. I love his characters made up of geometric shapes. Illustrations are naturally flat or two-dimensional by nature, so it’s interesting to see the way he embraces that in his work; everything feels unashamedly flat, with simple shapes fitting together to create exciting compositions. Find more of Eric’s work on his website.

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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.

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