Tagged: graphite
  1. 11

    Mar 2015

    Matt Rockefeller

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    Presenting the very majestic work of Matt Rockefeller. Born in Tucson, Arizona he studied illustration and animation at the talent-breeding Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). After completing his Bachelor degree in 2014, Rockefeller chose to stay in Baltimore and begin his career as freelance illustrator and visual development artist.

    During his studies, and in the year that he has been working professionally, Rockefeller has compiled an astounding portfolio. His illustrations are beautifully rendered utilising graphite powder, pencils and digital colours. He is always focusing on how to best convey the narrative and retaining meaning. This care to visual communication is evident looking through his work, and is also what sets it apart.

    You can find more of Matt Rockefeller’s work on his website, Tumblr and InPrint store.

  2. 20

    Feb 2013

    Sam Wolfe Connelly

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    Introducing the rich graphite work of New York illustrator, Sam Wolfe Connelly. Still quite young, he has partaken in a host of exhibition with galleries including Gallery Nucleus, Spoke Art Gallery, and Roq la Rue Gallery. He has also amalgamated quite a good list of clients too, including Playboy Magazine, Penguin Books, Colors Magazine, Sundance Film Festival, and Hasbro. To see more of his serene, but ever so eerie, illustration pop over to his website.

  3. 25

    Mar 2012

    Ben Jelfs

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    Ben Jelfs is an award winning art director from Adelaid, Australia.  He uses graphite sticks and digital colouring to create his drawings. Ben Jelfs has a real knack for finding humour in his subject matter; he’s done a series of illustrations titled ‘When I grow up I want to be a James Bond villain’. Great topic!

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