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I am CG artist. I love doing illustrations, modelling, texturing both in 2d and 3d fields. I have learnt a lot in computer graphics like Adobe CS4 and Autodesk softwares. I am living in Cairo, Egypt. I am working in Graphics and 3D Industry. I am having Master Degree in MBA (Marketing), Bachelor Degree in Science.
My name is Nazario Graziano, i’m an italian freelance illustrator, art-director, graphic-designer.
My world is romantic, ironic, no-conformist.“A dive in the past with Gore-Tex lifesaver”.
I take my inspiration from old books, illustrations for kids, sky, snow, rain and rainbows, my wife, my cats, music, old scholl skateboards, 80?s memories, 50?s sci-fi movies, old school tattoos, typography and so much more that happens day by day ...
I found my first references in the work of the Mexican muralist painters and their artistic, political, and social expression in history. At the same time my work has been strongly inspired by all these artists; whom belong to the Narrative Figuration movement (French: Figuration Narrative) who re-inserted the figure into the discourse on contemporary art to speak about daily life with a purpose of social criticism
Today my work and my artistic intent are strongly influenced by the street art, and by its artistic approach with a recurrent social and political message. So I can tell that my work falls within the tradition of muralist painters and their social and political statement, but at the same time my paintings are strongly influenced by the Post-graffiti age, because my work is inspired and supports the urban culture, popular culture or pop culture. Today different social, cultural, political, and climatic factors liven up the debate about narrative painting “The painting that tells the event, raises the questions, the painting that offers the chance to develop a critical awareness, speaking through image”
At 27 years old, I am a graphic designer by trade and fine artist at heart. A full-time college student at The Art Institute of New York City, I am earning my degree in Graphic Design. I am known as an obsessed designer and a compelled artist.
I have enjoyed painting and drawing for the past two years. My media of choice; pastels and charcoal. I adore how this dry media provides me with a very intimate experience. Being able to intergrate myself through touch, feeling the paper through the pastels as it guides me. The whole process of creating becomes a very surreal moment for me...
I have noticed few can have such an appreciation for dry media. So as a result, I seek inspiration from past great pastel artists such as, Schiele, Munch, and Monet. Their beautiful distortions of the human figure and emotions, I cannot help but be enthralled with.
I also enjoy water based media as well, such as watercolors, ink, and coffee. Collage and photomontage are another free unpredictable media I enjoy.
I have been earning my trade in graphic design since I was 14 years old. As an adult I am just now learning the true technicalities of it all, which I find fascinating. I cannot help but be more attracted to the design aspect, as it adheres to a strong set of rules and guidelines. Although I do love unpredictability, being a graphic designer offers me some guidelines I must follow in my life.
Through it all, I have earned several online and print publications, exhibits, and recognition, for my artwork. I hope through my art and designs to awaken raw emotions from the viewer. I sell various prints of my artwork and designs. I also offer commissions. Currently, I have a book published featuring some of my most popular pieces. All proceeds earned from this book, will go to charity. My book titled, 'Art=Freedom' can be purchased here on my website @ http://www.wix.com/drkgrphks/christina
It was this quote by Thoreau that started my collection of quotes...many years ago.
[A written word is the choicest of relics. It is something at once more intimate with us and more universal than any other work of art. It is the work of art nearest to life itself.]
My name is Olly Holovchenko. I am a graphic designer and Illustrator currently based in Beijing. Check out my website - heloholo.com.
I draw, paint, doodle and scribble. With pen and ink, brush and watercolor, color pencils, Photoshop and Wacom. In any way that helps me to create colorful and positive art. And save the World.
Judith Loske wurde 1988 geboren. 2010 hat sie ihren Abschluss im Fachbereich Illustration gemacht und arbeitet nun freiberuflich vorwiegend im Kinderbuchbereich.
Sie arbeitet am liebsten mit dem Bleistift und einer Mischtechnik aus Buntstift und Aquarell. Zum Schluss werden die einzelnen Bildbestandteile am Computer, wie bei einer Collage, zusammengefügt.
Judith Loske was born in 1988. 2010 she completed her degree in illustration. Now she works as a freelancer in the field of children's book illustration. She likes to work with pencils, watercolours and the computer.
Visit me: www.judith-loske.de
I am a professional photographer in the States.
I have been photographing for about 16 years now. I have been a part of various solo and group shows in the States which have lasted anywhere from 1 night to several years and anywhere between 1 to 50 photographs in a show.
I photograph a lot of different people and things, but photographing dance, jazz and movement are at the core of what I love.
Also see my blog: www.aaronjackendoff.blogspot.com
The fact that (in the conventional sense) is technically incorrect photography can be emotionally effective than a technically flawless image will appear shocking to those who are naive enough to believe that technical perfection constitutes the true value of a photo.