Follow are some of the artist in Animation
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.
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Vincent Viriot is a visual artist from France. His inspiring motion graphics and typo work, specially the “Special Olympics” animation, is mind blowing. The depth and detailing in his motion graphics is so neat that it just looks so real. Enjoy his graphics and visit his online portfolio fmk7.com.
While hunting for designers from all over the world we found one great digital artist Jon Malkemus. You gotta check out his logo, pretty awesome. Jon is from Orange County, CA and has got a vibrant portfolio. We did get a chance to know more about him so we took a brief interview so continue reading. Also, visit his website jon.dntfckwth.us for more and his high res designs.
John Beckers is a graphic designer from Sydney, Australia working with MTV and creating some pretty cool stuff. He’s worked for some amazing brands such as MTV, Nickelodeon and more. Currently he is creating magic working with MTV and art directed amazing animations. Check his portfolio and visit his website john-beckers.nl for all the animations.
Dan LuVisi is a digital concept artist working in the film, video game and comic book industry. He is extremely talented and has worked for some of the biggest entities such as Batman and Superman for DC Comics, Hasbro, FOX, Universal, Microsoft and a number of gaming companies. He started designing at the age of three and was picked up by gaming company German Acony Games during his high school years in Germany. In 2008 he moved to Los Angeles and started working on feature films. Dan is current working on his illustration book “L.M.S. : Last Man Standing” killbook of bounty hunter. You gotta have a look at his designs, just mind blowing. Also visit his website danluvisiart.com for more.