I was invited together with Polish graffiti writer / illustrator – Ogryz, to create a collaborative poster for 1st birthday of the only vinyl shop in Poland. It was a fun project in which we did illustrate caricatures of the shop owners, and we were afraid that our styles would differ too much for this collab, but it turned quite awesome!
Check out this project on Behance to see some progress pics!
And remember to check out Ogryz work!!
Here is an Illustration I worked on for vectology.com’s Premium section. I’ve been receiving many request for Illustrations with very busy surroundings. Watch part three of the series Here
Here is a list of the Tutorial Chapters:
1.Inking The Character
2. Coloring the Line Art
3. Coloring the Character in Photoshop
4. Opacity Mask Under painting
5.Overlay Lighting Techniques
6.Developing the Eyes and Colors
7. Planning The Background
8. Adding Light to the Background
9. Working with Flora
10. Final Chapter
The Frankette iPhone case is the latest product in my Society6 store and I am giving one away!
To enter, become a fan of my Facebook artist page and follow the instructions. Entries close midnight Oct 31. Case fits iPhone 4 and 4S.
Click here to enter.
Two illustrations made for “Air Mag”, the official McDonalds newspaper, distributed in all restaurants in France.
The articles deal with job opportunities in the nursery field.
Who hasn’t felt like a brat at some stage in their lives? This was a self-initiated project to create a typographic poster based on song lyrics. The song is ‘Prisoner of Society’ by The Living End and you can view my work-in-progress pics and colour combinations on my Facebook artist page.
Make sure to participate in this weeks contest over at RunYourJewels. This week it’s sponsored by my band, Dead Astronauts! Enter your design to win some swag including a 16×24 print, stickers, postcards & mp3s!
On the beggining of summer Ive got in touch with Stubborn Sideburn to work on a collaboration piece, which will be Japanese themed. I must say that this was my first collaboration project
Ive posted a comprehensive info about whole collaboration on my Behance profile so remember to check it out if youre curious how it worked
Here are some stages of collaboration and the final piece in b&w version.
Thanks for you time! Arigato!
Punkypins is a funky jewelry brand based in UK. They asked me to design some characters and elements for a collection mainly based on sea/sailor/tattoo themes. Please take a look here for more details about the project
I have been blogging for years, and now I also have a Facebook artist page that I will be using to post illustrations and work-in-progress snippets as well as posting the work of other inspiring creatives. Check it out here.
This piece was a total experiment which took me FAR out of my comfort zone. I really enjoyed styling the hair (my wife had much input on this subject!) and creating the whole atmosphere surrounding the character. I posted a preview of the process on Vectology here http://bit.ly/Tr4WvW so check it out!