Staselė Jakunskaitė: SWAP
SWAP is a personal project, where parts of everyday situations are swapped with each other, to create new and surprising images. The illustrations are used as merchandise, and may become a book when the series is complete.
Fabrizio Lenci: 2021 Character Explorations
Fabrizio’s character explorations are experiments to find new ways to represent the human figure. Using elegant geometric shapes and vivid colours, these self-promotional images are fresh and contemporary.
Carina Lindmeier: Still Life Illustration
Carina’s still life illustration series respond to a social media challenge for artists to create interpretations of a shared photograph. These digital illustrations started as an observational sketch, and were then finished digitally. The bright colours and energetic style show the illustrators ability to explore and play.
This pastel-toned, playful illustration was created digitally to be entered into a competition and exhibition.
Camelia Pham: Breathing Out Tigers
This was a personal project was created with a sense of catharsis; to relocate an identity, and liberate her creative self. The work is created digitally with colourful half tones and translucent layers.
Stephanie Stella: Lazy Sunday
Stephanie’s personal portfolio piece is created digitally, showing her idea of a heavenly lazy Sunday, where she is curled up with her beloved dog at home.
An Chen: Still Life
An Chen’s personal work explores how plants grow in geometric ways, which is inspired her angular approach to depicting this particular still life.
Siming Ma: A little monster with a big mouth
These charming illustrations were created for personal portfolio and picture book illustrations. The little monster’s ventures are vividly depicted through creative use of colour, collage, and texture.
This personal work is inspired by the artist’s pet cats. The illustrations use an unusual colour palette, with a luminous, dreamy quality, which is created digitally using Procreate, and then finished in Photoshop to unify the tones.
Miriam Martincic: Box
This self-initiated piece shows the harrowing story of children held in detention in the USA. Here, the artist’s surreal style is on display to full, emotional effect.