Do you love illustration?
Love inspirational blog posts?
Today on Graphic Tide’s blog, we feature some amazing and captivating illustration work for you to get your teeth into!
We love showcasing the best art and design on our blog, from fantastic graphic design, brilliant fine artists to featuring our creative community, we’re here to help and support artists from around the globe!
Today we’re featuring some amazing illustrators, from the likes of Inkration and his amazing landscapes, Vincent Mahé’s wonderful new book for NoBrow, and the amazing textured work of Jacopo Rosati.
If you think you have a creative talent, we’ll love to hear from you! We’re always looking for brand new artists and designers to join our creative community, so if you have what it takes, submit your work to us today!
Brilliantly combining both landscapes and digital art together, Inkration has built a portfolio of work which is absolutely stunning!
Popular both on his social media outlets, and especially on Behance, Inkration often creates mind blowing landscapes which are both of of this world, for execution and for his ideas!
We just had to include Inkration’s work, as he also works with character design as well – this illustrator really has no boundaries!
Check out Inkration’s Dribbble Portfolio!
Originating from France, Vincent has used his French influence and inspiration to create a book of ‘750 Years in Paris’, a eye catching and breathless piece of work from Vincent, who has spent the last couple of years working on this fine piece of illustration!
Showcasing the buildings of Paris, and how this has changed throughout time, Vincent’s overall portfolio is well worth a look, and has illustrated for the likes of ‘LIRE Magazine’, ‘Wall Street Journal’ to ‘.NET Magazine’.
Find Vincent’s stunning portfolio here.
We love a but of uniqueness and individuality here on Graphic Tide, and Jacapo certainly fits this bill!
Bringing together a rather awesome and unique style of illustration, Jacapo is based in Venice, who felt bored by digital illustrations, and transferred his skills to something more ‘hand made’.
Using ‘fuzzy felt’ to create his illustrations, Jacapo has worked for the likes of ‘Rhode Island Magazine’, ‘Washington Post’ to ‘Berlin Poche’ – the work that we’re featuring today.
Find Jacapo’s unique and captivating portfolio here.
All of these images have been linked to their original source, so if you love a piece of work, do check out their portfolio!
We Hope You Enjoyed Today’s Inspirational Blog Post!
We’re showcasing some brilliant and captivating illustration work within today’s blog post, and remember if you like what you see, be sure to visit their online portfolios!
Graphic Tide are dedicated to promoting our artist’s work, so if you’ll like your creative work to be showcased on our blog, be able to sell your work on our t-shirt designs, and gain more eyes on your work, be sure to submit your work to us at any point!
Submission is free for everyone, so if you have a creative talent, don’t hesitate!
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