I am Ramin Nasibov, a multidimensional graphic designer specializing in Branding, Packaging Design and related Visual Communication. Apart from my principal activity, I am also enthusiastic about photography and architecture.
This new art series, created by Alena Tkach for NeonMob, is the story of a curious kitty named Pinkerton. Told through two beautifully illustrated images, our tiny hero makes new friends getting lost in the forest, and ultimately finding his way home.
On the subjects of cats and the inspiration for Pinkerton's adventure, Tkach says,I love cats and I am sure that most of people love them too.
The English language contains one million, twenty five thousand, one hundred and nine words. Even so, there are certain words that don't exist in our language but do in others, used to describe certain feelings and situations. UK-based artist Marija Tiurina has crafted a new series of thirteen detailed illustrations that convey these moments for which no single English word can describe.
Stock photos have a bad rap. They're campy and cheesy and the butt of plenty of jokes. But what's great about them is they're often the catalyst for promotions or gags—sort of a comedic blank slate. Enter the new Vince Vaughn movie Unfinished Business, which comes out Friday.
Cats, ever the internet's greatest darlings, can be a ghostly and spirit-like lot, and these gorgeous paintings by Serbian-born artist Endre Penovac certainly help portray them as mystical beings not entirely of this world. Penovac's extraordinary effect is achieved by diluting his ink and watercolor pigments with plenty of water, making them spread across the page on their own.
Photography is a complex and challenging art and craft that requires talent and knowledge, but that doesn't stop some people from treating them like free photo dispensers. That's why Italian designer Luca Masini created the aptly named “What Not To Say To Photographers” image series.
Everyone is crazy in love with Baymax, Disney's newest character, but one self self-taught 18-year-old illustrator decided to take this craze to another level. Scotland-based artist Demetria Skye created an adorable series of illustrations in which she draws the cute inflatable health care assistant dressed as other famous Disney characters.
Hiking and being in nature inspires me a great deal, so capturing these experiences is one of my passions. I captured these photos during my journeys through the Maramures (a small county in Transylvania, Romania). The landscapes I photographed in this region are serene and tranquil.
After attending a Pixar Animation masterclass and being extremely inspired by Matt Luhn and Andrew Gordon I decided to work on a project based on Disney Animation. I watched every single animated feature on the list (excluding direct to video ones) and created an illustration based on each one.
My goal was to work on my illustration skills, but also to learn a bit about animation and how Disney films are done. To go with the illustrations I made a blog in which I would post a short review about the film and some interesting facts about the making of.
The result was a series of 54 illustrations that took one and a half years to complete.
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