Archive for August, 2009
Follow are artist added on August, 2009
Doucin aka Soemone is a freelance designer from Paris, France. He spent an amazing 10 years doing graffiti before he made the switch to the digital world. Soemone has mastered the present digital revolution and has created his own unique style. His experience and great designs has pulled major clients like Renault, BNP Paribas, COmputer Art, PSD Mag, Factory 311, Hub, Magic Garden, Emergence and many more. Enjoy some of his designs, also visit soemone.com for more.
Karan is an awesome designer from Australia. I just loved the vibrancy of colors in his artwork. For the past 10 months Karan has been in Malmö, Sweden as an exchange student.
He’s graduated from Bachelor of Design Computing and have submitted couple of his creations at depthCORE. He is only 20 and is creating magic in the creative world. To view his online portfolio visit wakeupmrsingh.com.
Ryan Close is an awesome designer currently living in Sydney, Australia. His vibrant designs have bagged in clients like Lexus, Deutsche Bank, Sportsgirl, NAB, MIni and many more. We did get a chance to know more about him and we are thrilled to share it with you.
Hi Ryan, thanks for the interview, could you please tell us more about your design background and how it all started?
I always had a passion for creating artwork from an early age, but never acted upon it until I was very bored in a Science degree 10 years ago. Moved myself into design courses and never looked back.
Alexandre is a young 19 year old freelance designer from a small city called São Bento do Sul, Santa Catarina. He is a self-taught designer who creates amazing detailed artwork that’ll refresh your creative juices. He is currently a part of Intrinsic Nature, an online art group consisting of a select community of creative minds from around the world. Enjoy some of his artwork for more designs visit his daviantArt profile.
Oana Cambrea is a digital artist from Bucharest, Romania. Her digital journey started in 2006, since then she has been exploring new styles and giving inspiration to other designers. She uses the effect of strange figures and strong contrasts to create a bizzare and intriguing world with an emotional depth. Her work has been featured in major galleries such as 115 Digital Art Gallery in Romania and American International School of Bucharest, along with Matei Apostolescu’s. She designed the covers of several books such as Arlene Ang’s “Secret Love Poems“, Zoe Valdes’ “The Instant of Eternity“, Radu Constantinescu’s “Filosofia sexului” (The Philosophy of Sex) etc. She is currently working as a graphic designer in an advertising firm in Bucharest. Visit her online portfolio at cutteroz.carbonmade.com