Follow are some of the artist in Apparel Art
Emilio Barnes is an artist from London specializing in black and white handcrafted pattern design and lettering. His work is influenced by Eastern cultural design, all things fantasy and astronomy, mixed with elements of random things one sees in everyday life. Visit his website to view his amazing work.
Iain Macarthur is a talented Illustrator and artist from Swindon, England and has been obsessed with art, drawing odd fantasy drawings and Anime characters since he was 8 years old.
His work can be described as surreal and unique in its own way as he mostly uses pencil, watercolours and pigment pens to create it. He specializes in shirt designs, print designs, posters, album art, logos, branding, editorial illustration and private commissions and his clients list includes the likes of Depthcore, Umbro, Nike, Ride Snowboards, Rote Raupe, Dynamic Style Clothing, MTV Playground and Iron fist clothing.
Nigel Evan Dennis is a prolific designer and artist based in Chicago and works under the name “Electric Heat”. Implementing a variety of elements from photography to typography to free-hand illustration, his compositions are a wonderful mixture of fine art and innovative designer-advertising.
His client list includes names like Coca Cola, Sony, Universal, Nike, McDonald’s, Samsung, Hitachi, Lipton, Pepsi, Converse, Smirnoff, Adobe, Playboy, Ferrari, Motorola, Boost Mobile, MTV, CBS,Manchester United, Sandisk, Sansa and many more.
Be sure to visit his blog to view his personal artwork which is again a mixture of beautiful colors, patterns and textures (all links provided after the jump).
Mike Harrison is a multi-disciplinary freelance designer and illustrator, currently based in London. His vast set of skills range from graphic design, illustration and typography to motion graphics, 3d, photography and web design. One look at his work and you can see that he utilizes and mixes all his skill sets perfectly to create some really good creative pieces, which he has created for brands like Nike and The Wall Street Journal.
Mike has received worldwide recognition as an illustrator and his work has been featured in leading design magazines such as Computer Arts and IdN. View his remarkable work after the click and be sure to visit his website and blog through the links provided.
Andrew Fairclough is an independent illustrator, designer and art-director running an independent studio Kindred. His work at Kindred spans across the print, digital and motion mediums and has created illustrations, branding and imagery for a host of clients. His list of client include the likes of G-Shock, Ride Snowboards, Westbeach, Trunk Junk Quarterly, Create/Control, Kingpin Skate Supply, O-matic Snowbaords and Casio. His work has a very retro feel to it and attracts one attention to itself with a right mixture of typography, patterns and imagery.
Be ready to scroll to view his amazing work after the jump.