Follow are some of the artist in Publication Design
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.
Andy Smith is a illustrator and designer based in East Sussex, U.K. He has studied illustration at the University of Brighton and the Royal College of Art, London. His work combines illustration and typography to create images that have humour, energy and optimism and all are executed with a handmade, hand-printed, tactile feel. Andy has an impressive client list of advertising, publishing and editorial clients including Orange, Mercedes, McDonalds, The Guardian, Expedia, Sony, Vodafone, Random House and Penguin Books.
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.
Liam Brazier is a freelance illustrator and animator based in London, UK. Liam uses colorful different shapes of different sizes to create his illustrations and the results are absolutely stunning and wonderful. He has done illustration and animation for the likes of Apple, Samsung, Battersea Power Station and also been featured in wide variety of publications and film festivals.
View his amazing geometrical work after the jump. Links to his Vimeo channel and Blog also provided.
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.