Josh Hara is known for turning into artwork something you'd normally throw into the trash: your paper coffee cup. Starting with the goal to draw 100 c
Lienke Raben is one of the illustrators whose work I've been following for years and she inspired me more than once.
Lienke is from Amsterdam, The
Why I draw so many animals? I think it's because it gives so much freedom. Most of my drawings are a bit ambivalent, in that it’s not really clear �
Owen's illustrations have been published "in every continent except Antarctica", and his work ranges from children's books to magazines, branding and
Greg Kletsel is one of my favorite illustrators. I really like the energy of his illustrations, how there's always so much going on in every image, th
"I’m finding inspiration everywhere and constantly. It’s an all time adrenaline-high path."
"Launching this project is proving to myself and others that you really can make dreams come true."
"I’m forever inspired by the place I live, the landscapes and the folklore, so I love to incorporate that into my illustration"
"Between design projects we slept in our van that we converted ourselves, we surfed, skated, and explored more than 40 cities."
"I think it is great to experience diverse art fields when you are still young."
"Your style will come naturally, because at the end it’s just your personality: who you are, what you like, what your strengths and weaknesses."
"Stop being so hard on yourself. Stop comparing your own art to professionals, stop beating yourself up when it doesn't look perfect".
"The fun part as a designer is exploring. It’s part of the process: when you’re designing a logo, you create a system, a visual language."
"In my experience, the client almost never likes the very first proposal presented. You nail it the first time, it means something is wrong."
"When you sell the rights of your illustration for a specific time and area, it’s exactly like a renting."
"I’ve always wanted to live in Paris, so I’m enjoying making an illustrated journal of my first year here."
"You are creating a visual identity for a brand. Don’t cut corners. Aim for a visual identity that will get people talking"
"Whenever I think of not doing an illustration daily, I think to myself: if I got this far, why give up now?"
"I sell everything! Ukuleles, shoes, “the monster box”, some screen printing like bags and tees, phone cases…"
"The more you draw, the better you do it."
"Sometimes the best character designs are the simplest."
"I feel that I am often inspired by architecture, patterns, and geometry"
"It usually takes me between 6 and 14 hours to paint a T-shirt"
"I have drawn around a few thousand buildings in NY, but there are about 900,000!"
"The key is to understand what the client needs and try to fit your work on it, show yourself as a partner."
"So much of the drawing process is about creating tension in an image by balancing weight with fluidity."
"Drawing requires a daily practice. Sometimes it’s hard, you may draw bad stuff for weeks, for no obvious reason"
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"An awesome concept in mind will just be useless without the proper skill, discipline and style to make them materialize"
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