Below are some examples of digital art by a selection of artists. They have used digital software to produce the images, but have used the same artistic skills as traditional artists have. Look through the artists and comment on your favourite. Why is it your favourite? Can you research some information about the artist?
Digital illustrator Bram Vanhaeren is currently working as art director and design lead for KBC Bank and Insurance. This talented artist’s portfolio is overflowing with gorgeous black and white and colour digital illustrations to inspire you.
The portfolio of digital artist Alberton Seveso is awe-inspiring. With multiple pages of stunning digital images, there really is something here for everyone. A master of Photoshop, Seveso has created artwork for brands including Sony, Bacardi and Nikon to name a few.
The ideas for characters come from a mixture of random doodling and a fascination with really weird people. Both of which became obsessions whilst working part time in an Arts and Crafts shop to fund his painting habit. The background accompanying each character forms part of the epic story that lives inside Tom’s head. It is constantly evolving, and has the unfortunate ability to make him laugh out loud in public.
Tom works with a variety of techniques and processes to achieve the end result, be it a Giclee print, canvas or digital file. Usually starting with a pencil, he uses marker pens, biros, acrylic paint, aerosol cans, airbrushes, varnish, cardboard, digital camera, computer and fingers. Though not necessarily in that order.
Marta is a long-standing Deviant Artist. She is 22 and from Poland. Her series of the seven deadly sins are pure perfection and a must see for any aspiring digital painter.
Milton Glaser is an American graphic designer. His designs include the I love NY logo, the psychedelic Bob Dylan poster, and the Brooklyn Brewery logo.