Inspired by old cartoons and video games, Joel Mackenzie says he is evolving a style that is a mix of goofy, exaggerated, cute and ugly, all at the same time.
How often do you get to watch someone create the cover art for a popular design magazine? We watched Katie Hatz as she illustrated the cover of CMYK 51.
When Rich Ernst gets to work on his computer and his Intuos4 on the images he captures in the outdoors, the result is a new artistic genre he calls “paintography.”
Photographer and designer Ryan Szepan loves blurring the line between portrait photography and visual storytelling by creating pieces that contain a balance of emotion, grit and inspiration.
The possibilities are many, starting with Adobe® Photoshop® or Photoshop® Elements®. But other accessible and powerful apps await, such as Autodesk® SketchBook®, Corel® Painter™, ArtRage® Studio and Anime...
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Jon Burgerman is an artist who sometimes strays into the world of illustration, design, performance art and music. By his own account, he creates “hyperkinetic images” with pen and paint, both analog and digital.