Gonna do a small print run of these stickers.
Continuing my series of different types of movie vehicles with this print. The rest can be viewed here.
You can grab a gallery quality Giclée print on matte paper from Society6 store:
My process for this type of illustration is quite straightforward: sketching on paper and defining the composition, creating basic shapes in Illustrator, weathering done in Photoshop using the Force and some custom brushes.
Recently we’ve been working on a logo for an Indonesian restaurant chain. Bon Chef is a family restaurant, where people come to enjoy home-style food in a cozy atmosphere. To convey that feeling, we decided to go with a heart-warming hand lettered logo.
After ruining a stack of paper, I jumped into illustrator and placed those bezier points in the right spots.
Bon Chef note pad.
Below are the initial logo sketches I made in search of the right treatment.
Agency: Mangham Gaxiola
Creative Director: Robert Gaxiola
Art Director: Andrey Danilov
Here are some work in progress shots of an app I’m making for Vasily Strelnikov – the father of Russian podcasting. Knowing his obsession with an old-school radio, I was aiming for a very vintage, yet warm and comforting look.
This summer NASA promised us 3 supermoons in a row, so I thought why not make a small logo for such a cool event.
A supermoon is the coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from Earth.
Took me a while to upload this small piece here. I was really into the works of super talented and mysterious SilenceTV for the last couple of months. The amount of details he is putting in his art is incredible. We even ordered a couple of his large format posters (here) to investigate how he does his magic.
Here is a poster I created around Brazil World Cup 2014. Below you will also find a small video that I put together to show you the whole process from start to finish.
After creating a logo for Capoeira Hangzhou, I was approached by Praxis Martial Arts instructor to design a new visual identity for his group. The group doesn’t practice any specific kind of martial art. That’s why they wanted something more abstract.
In search of the right feeling I rewatched the movie Grandmaster for the 5th time. After that I started to shape the figure.
Here is a Polaroid shot made by Katya during my creative process.
The first project of 2014 goes to Gravity! Here is an alternative poster for the movie, which I liked so much. This time I decided to leave the idea pretty simple and work a lot on the details, as you can see on a close up shots below. Took me about 1 week to finish.
The process of building shapes in Illustrator from start to finish.
Finding highlights and shadows.
Super rough, quick ideas on paper.