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Ever since I was a little girl I have adored animated films. The way each character is brought to life and given a personality of its own, as if they belonged in our world, is absolutely magical. This sparked my passion for illustration and animation. I love drawing and developing my own characters. It would be a dream come true to have a direct hand in the magical world of animation entertainment.
I am Terry B. Gardner – visual artist, graphic designer & illustrator, owner of tbg design - a graphic arts studio.
I have over 27 years of professional freelance graphic design experience, working directly with clients, marketing professionals, and vendors.
My classical training and BFA degree brings smart, elegant creative and artful design to any project; including logo & identity, corporate marketing materials & advertising, specialty invitations, building graphics, menu design and more.
I am proficient in Adobe CS5 – Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, drawing and painting.
There are many ways to find out about me and what I do, but please contact me directly for consultation and estimates on any project. I would love to send you a package of samples as a little gift.
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My arts come with a faculty of passion and creativity that can be seen from all direction, and understood in all language.
I am a graphic narrative illustrator and a comic book artist working primarily with fine ink lines. My subject matter revolves around iconographic traditions of Golden Age illustrators such as Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, and my work can be described as being the visual progeny of Harry Clarke’s drawings and Winsor McCay’s Sunday morning cartoon panels.
Formally, I am interested in exploring the relationships between lines. I maintain a uniform and arguably flattening line value throughout my work, but I am concerned with how a line creates depth and space depending on its relationship to other lines. The greater the number of lines, the more compellingly volumetric the space can potentially become.
My visual source of Golden Age Western illustration also informs my subject matter. I am particularly interested in unearthing the contemporary implications of fairy tales. My work explores how fairy tales are re-appropriated and consumed in today’s culture, and how those deeply gendered images affect the visual language we use to convey concepts of purity, depravity, love, sex, and heroism. The images I create feature elegant figures with surreally detailed masses of ink-contour hair cascading about sparingly outlined bodies.
By re-appropriating a visual language of fairy tales from popular books penned and illustrated over a century ago, I highlight the seemingly aged nature of fairy tale themes while concurrently reminding the viewer that we inherit the legacy of the traumas and triumphs of our iconographic past. I aim to ensnare that legacy within the confines of my dark ink contours.
I draw monkeys, and lots of other things, creating toons and public art to make you smile.
Philip is an editorial illustrator that has had work featured in such notable publications as the Chicago Tribune and the Memphis News.
Studing art and art beeing one of my biggist hobbies I decided to make a blog with a piece of my work everyday! please enjoy! =9
Just a self taught artist with one thing in mind and that’s to paint in a way that it pulls a person into my artworks. I ask the question, do you feel you can reach behind the painted flower and pluck it off the canvas? If so then my floral paintings have accomplish my goal by activating your mind and making you apart of the artwork. Not only is this in floral oil paintings but also in landscapes and my wildlife oil paintings. To accomplish this I use artist oil paint colors.
To me my artwork is achieving realism on a canvas. In an illustrative way it’s like a person looking out a window at a wonderful scene. The window is the canvas, the scene is my artwork and the person look out is you being completely apart of and thoroughly involved in viewing the artwork. If I can do this, I am very happy knowing I’ve made you happy and reached my goal.
Jagoda Turk was born on August 12th 1988. After finishing School for Arts, Design, Graphics and Clothes in her hometown Zabok (Croatia), where she earned a degree in graphic design, she enrolled to Faculty of Textile Technology in Zagreb, where she is currently finishing her BA (Hons) in Fashion Design.
‘’Ever since I can remember, I’ve been drawing doodles in my notebooks or small papers, it’s just my way to occupy myself and to express my mind. I am inspired by drawing people’s faces and making them unusual, abnormal and unique. I love transformations in every way.’’
Her main occupation is illustration and photography in which she is inspired by artists like Egon Schiele, Helmut Newton, Hieronymus Bosch, Jan Saudek, Mucha, Salvador Dali, Tamara de Lempicka etc.
Great variety of her photography work has been published in Croatian photography magazines issues such as FOTOmag and Digital Foto magazine.