Posts tagged “Illustration”

Hannah Jacobs - Animator

— I really admire the work of UK-based animator Hannah Jacobs. Her films always capture a sense of raw, human emotion and feel very personal and intimate. Before first seeing her work through The School of Life, I never imagined illustration could be brought to life in such a way.

Marc Martin Illustration

— I love the work of this illustrator, Marc Martin! His design sensibility and bright, friendly colors & shapes are fantastic.

Adam J. Kurtz

— Adam J. Kurtz is a designer, artist, and author based in Brooklyn, New York. Whether it’s products from his quirky online gift shop, creative journals (including his latest, called Pick Me Up, which comes out tomorrow), or his monthly column for Design*Sponge, Adam’s work is always refreshingly honest and genuine.

Negative Space in Illustration

— This semester I am taking a class in illustration, and I am excited to dive in! One artist I have enjoyed looking at recently is Noma Bar. His work utilizes figure-ground relationships, negative space, and compelling symbolism to deliver a message to the viewer.

The key to good design: Emotion

— This is not web-related, but I love this short read on Print Magazine's website on NYC artist Timothy Goodman. In the article, Timothy says: “Approach design as a practice, not as a profession.”