Check out this recent piece from Joe Palmisano.
Van’s General Store in NYC hired Brian Allen to create an illustration of a crazy tattooed shark riding a bike through a city.
The design was used for a set of jackets as promotional gifts for employees and was packaged with symbols that represent different aspects of all the employee’s personalities.
Gary Hanna created illustrations for a series of children’s books that were released earlier this year.
The artwork was created for 4 books in a series titled What’s So Special About…, by Nicky Dee and renowned UK paleontologist, Dean R. Lomax. The books attempt to explain dinosaurs to children in a fun yet scientifically correct way and contains up-to-date paleontological studies.
Featured image: ©Gary Hanna
Nowadays, it can be difficult to differentiate what’s real and what’s fake in the world of digital art. With the rise of technological advancement, the use of computer-generated imagery increase more and more people turn towards CGI for a more accurate representation of reality.
Here are some photorealistic CGI renderings from 6 of our artists.
This is an illustration by Joe Palmisano for a new franchise in the works called Johnny Jupiter.
The illustration will be used for a Playstation 4 and Xbox One game that is presently being worked on and will be featured as the box cover art and also for a comic that will be packaged with the game.
Brian Allen was recently commissioned by the International Association of FireFighters (IAFF) to create a poster for an upcoming rally at the location of the historical Lincoln v. Douglas debates.
The artwork shows Lincoln and Douglas speeding through time on two motorcycles swinging chains and pipes at each other. The IAFF Motorcycle group mascot is seen far back in the historic streets of Ottawa.