I studied graphic design in Barcelona and after working there as a graphic designer for almost five years (The Original Cha Chá), I decided to pursue my interest for illustration that I had since I was a child. I moved to England and I joined the MA in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. Now, after finishing the course, I think it was the BEST decision I have ever made. Since I graduated, I’m working as an illustrator in London and it makes me feel so lucky and happy. A couple of years ago I started working as a part time lecturer in the MA in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art.I always try to have a positive and funny vision about life and to get a smile from who is looking at my drawings or reading my stories is what I like the most about illustration.
Here are a few other pencil arts we found on random search on google, unable to locate the original artist though to convey the credits 😦
This sculpture probably one of the lightest in the world compared to its giant size. A Baloon Godzilla was made by Joey and Alexandra Evans of Evans Entertainment. They made this 25 feet long, 13 feet high Godzilla with approximately 2500 balloons! During the convention itself, Their project leads got to meet Haruo Nakajima and Akira Takarada, actors in the original Godzilla movies. They thanked their team for working so hard on the sculpture, bowed low and asked to have their picture taken with it.
Some of the pictures are shared here, you can look at the making here on the original post. You can follow them on Facebook here.
Pawel Kuczynski is an amazing artist, you cannot just glance at his works, instead you will stop and start to think.
Pawel is Polish artist that specializes in satirical illustration. Born in 1976 in Szczecin, Poland, he graduated with a graphics degree from the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan. Pawel has been focusing on satire since 2004 and has garnered nearly a hundred prizes and distinctions since then.
Much of his artwork deals with serious themes such as poverty, greed, politics and mortality. While his subject matter is stark, his illustrative style is whimsical and cartoonish. This provides great contrast and makes his work interesting to analyze.
Eiko Ojala is an illustrator and graphic designer. He lives in Tallinn, Estonia. He works mostly digitally and draws everything by hand. Within his work process Eiko likes to study the forms of shapes, and to work closely with light and shadow. He likes to keep his illustrations minimal and well-advised. Eiko combines consummate craftsmanship with a healthy sprinkling of wit.
Eiko has been nominated to “Young iIlustrators Award 2013” at www.illustrative.de, YCN professional Award 2013 and ADC Young Gun 2013.
Eiko has worked with Wired, New York Times, New Yorker, New York Observer, Sunday Times, Harvard Business Review, V&A Museum, Dwell magazine, Le Monde and Intel.