Sydney based Designer & Illustrator George Nova has recently updated his portfolio. Some really nice work and well worth the time exploring.
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“You need to take the time to watch this beautiful video of ‘Meggs’ who went up to the Endeavor Snowboards’ design office in Vancouver last month to paint some custom installations, including the largest wall mural he has ever done! Meggs offers up insights into the art scene and his inspirations… it’s really great. Enjoy!” […]
Fresh new site and some more great work from Lilian Darmono and Mungo Horey. “We are storytellers, who believe in touching people’s hearts with what we create. Our work, which is also our passion, helps us define ourselves in this world. In every character we make, in every universe we imagine, there is a piece of […]
Two talented young creatives out of Perth, who also just happen to be sisters. First up we have graphic designer and illustrator Lauren, who is just about to graduate from a Bachelor of Arts in design and illustration. you can see her portfolio work here and here. Her younger sister Bree has a passion […]
Sasquatch Magazine is a new limited edition illustration focused magazine from Australia. The endeavour of Sasquatch Magazine is to feature emerging artists, local and international talent from a variety of visual industries and represent arts mediums such as paints, inks, stencils, spray paints, pens, markers, charcoal, crayons, pixels and fabric. Copies can be purchased online.
Little Gonzales lives in Sydney and draws pictures – only because the voices in his head tell him to. Some of his clients including Graniph, Amelia’s Magazine, Dappled Cities and Old Man River. Recently he was shortlisted for the 2010 Qantas SOYA awards for Visual Communication. Currently available for commissions and collaborative projects.
Ken Taylor and Deb squared off in a live art battle for Melbourne’s Secret Wars. The rules were no sketching on the canvas, black paint only, 90 minutes allowed, and the piece must reference the other artist. Via OMG
‘Memories not included’ at Chalk Horse Gallery in Sydney Opening tonight – 25th November until the 18th December 94 cooper street, Surry Hills
Genna Campton is a Melbourne based Illustrator. Some of her clients have included Australian Creative, Peppermint Magazine, Notebook Magazine and Buro North amongst others. You can also check out her blog.
An on-going series of paintings: 12.5 x 18 cm Nice style by Chelsea Gustafsson. check out her site here.
Take a look of Brisbane based artist Lauren Carney. You can also buy this as a poster over at her etsy store.