Check out the work of self taught illustrator OMASH ONE.
Talented and stylish London based freelance illustratorJack Hughes is responsible for these chic creations. Most of them have been created for use in a recently published book, titled A Gentleman’s Guide to Cocktails. I myself feel that AMC should hire him immediately for the opening credits of Season 6 of Mad Men.
Check out more of his work on his Tumblr blog.
I want to share to work of illustrator and comic book artist Eleanor Davis. Davis was raised in Tucson, Arizona and is currently living and working in Athens, Georgia with fellow cartoonist and husband, Drew Weing. Eleanor is continuing to produce comics, mini-comics, illustrations and other works of art, for both adults and children. sequential and narrative.
Flying the flag for Britain, his client list includes the likes of GQ, Cartoon Network, Howies, Wired Magazine, Bacardi, and ITV.
Ben I solute you!
Multitalented artist Agostino Iacurci
lives and works in Rome where he creates a wonderfully varied portfolio of illustration, murals, printmaking and scenography.
As a commercial illustrator Iacurci collaborates with local and international publishers, advertising agencies, companies, magazines and animation studios. My particular favourites however are his murals.
I absolute love the quirky work of illustrator Kate Wilson. Her ‘Little Doodles’ range from humorous depictions of birds to more fashion orientated works. They all hold the same whimsical and delicate style which makes her work in my opinion, rather unique.
She has worked for such as Marc Jacobs, The New York Times, Vogue China, The Guardian and Links of London.
Humorous and quirky illustrations by Barcelona based creative team Brosmind. Founded in 2006 by brothers Juan and Alejandro Mingarro, they have won several international awards for their work. They have worked for clients such as Nike, Microsoft, Virgin, Gillette, Honda, Land Rover and Volkswagen.
Check out their website for the full range of their portfolio.