Call it what you want: Visual thinking. Visual communications. “Sketchnoting.” Craighton Berman is one of the most eloquent champions of the increasingly popular trend of capturing your thoughts visually.
Ian David Marsden is an illustrator, cartoonist, animator, logo and web designer, but he’s also the guy who created the first Google Doodle, ever.
“Photography is magic,” says Jan Sonnenmair. “I love being in the middle of things or lost in the middle of nowhere, capturing real moments and preserving them forever.”
JC Little has been making people laugh with her drawings all her life. Just ask the devoted viewers of her animated TV series My Life ME.
Renown photo retoucher, Natalia Tafferel, shares her insights on investing in your art and moving from mouse to tablet.
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.
A highly sought-after commercial, portrait and wedding photographer, Catherine’s images reflect a consistency of vision that arises from her empathetic approach to photography as a whole and to her subjects as individuals.
Portraits may be too generic a term to describe Chris Orwig’s
How photographer Colby Brown brings an artist’s touch to the editing room.
Wacom Evangelist Daniel Lieske is a digital artist with over 10 years of experience in computer game graphics, concept art and illustration.
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.
Using a Wacom pen tablet, AfterCapture Digital Imaging Contest grand-prize winner Kenneth Rodriguez transforms photographs for his series “Modernizing Fantasy.”
Les Szurkowski is a photographer, graphic designer, illustrator – and, of course, a Wacom Evangelist. Les began his creative adventure as early as 1966 with high school photography, and his journey continues today through graphic design, illustrations, art and book design.