Follow are some of the artist in Character Design
Gregbo Watson is an award-winning creative designer and digital illustrator with over 17 years experience working with clients world-wide. Hi work has been used by national brands, featured in museum exhibitions, and published internationally. His knack of combining creativity and fine arts training with the latest technology results in some really great work for his clients. According to him Imagination, Inspiration & Innovation are the three words which help him excel in what he does.
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Arlen Schumer is an award-winning comic book-style illustrator for the advertising and editorial markets; an author/designer of coffeetable art books, including The Silver Age of Comic Book Art (Collectors Press), which won the Independent Book Publishers Award for Best Popular Culture Book of 2003; and a recognized expert on American popular culture—especially the legendary television series The Twilight Zone and the music of Bruce Springsteen—presenting his VisuaLectures on these and other subjects at universities and cultural institutions across the country since 1988.
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SHINGO SHIMIZU is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design’s Communication and Design program. His vector-based style echoes visual cues derived from pop art to Manga to his latest obsessions and is evident in all his work. He creates lush illustrations and visual creatives for numerous clients including Coca-Cola, Virgin Mobile and Toyota. He also moonlights as a DJ in local bars and clubs and feels that music is another driving force in his visual language . His work has also been featured in Mixmag, Fast Company and Popular Mechanics. Do visit his website www.shingo.ca to view his work.
Laurens and Chantal the Dutch illustration duo working under the moniker Loulou & Tummie, love creating colourful graphics and characters. Lead by their crave for toys, happiness and all things cute or robot-like, they endeavour to develop designs that can be found in magazines, books, advertisements, plush, papertoys, on walls and interiors, t-shirts and shoes. Visit their website to view their extensive range of work at loulouandtummie.com and get inspired.
Merijn Hos, also known as Bfree, is a gifted artist and illustrator from Utrecht, the Netherlands.
He divides his time between working as a commercial illustrator and working on his own personal projects, exhibitions and independent publishing. His client roster includes the likes of Wired Magazine and Nike. Visit his website to view his work in its all glory at bfreeone.com.