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Lee Hasler’s parallel perspective illustrations

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By Junishi Tsuneoka in New Illustration on Wednesday 11 September 2013

Once you see Lee Hasler’s illustrations, you never forget the look of it. His signature parallel perspective style will let you dive into his world of imagination. His character creation is also unique and makes you smile. Hasler, a UK-based illustrator, talks about his style as being ‘technical yet playful, fun but thoughtful and I […]

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Poster designs by Seattle’s Tireman Studio

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By Junishi Tsuneoka in New Illustration on Tuesday 3 September 2013

I’m always searching for really good up-and-coming design studios for fresh inspiration. Tireman Studio is definitely a new design firm to watch. The studio was founded by Shogo Ota, who inherited the DNA of infamous Modern Dog Design Co. His unique artsy wild style is recognized mostly by his music poster designs, but if you […]

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Steve Aoki poster for Sasquatch Music Festival by Junichi Tsuneoka

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By Junishi Tsuneoka in New Design on Tuesday 3 September 2013

This was a very exciting project. I made a poster design/illustration for Steve Aoki’s concert at Sasquatch Music Festival. I came up with a Japanese influenced, almost modern twist of Ukiyo-e, wood block print based on his Japanese heritage, and I used an aggressive image to capture his music.

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Playful illustrations by Lee Hasler

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By Junishi Tsuneoka in New Illustration on Monday 2 September 2013

Once you see Lee Hasler’s illustrations, you’ll never forget them. His signature parallel perspective style will let you dive into his world of imagination. His character creation is also unique and makes you smile. Hasler, a UK-based illustrator, talks about his style as ‘technical yet playful, fun but thoughtful, and I strive to inject charm and personality, into an ever-expanding world of virtual buttons and plastic facades’.

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New illustrations by Nate Williams

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By Junishi Tsuneoka in New Illustration on Saturday 31 August 2013

I was heavily influenced by Nate Williams. His style is so original, and children’s books are a great vehicle for his art. Williams, aka Alexander Blue, is an illustrator with a love for hand lettering, children’s illustration, and ‘Naïve art’. He is the creator of IllustrationMundo, letterPLAYGROUND, PROCONist, The creACTIVISTs, and he is currently writing and illustrating several funny picture books.

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Japanese anime influenced graphics by Enfu

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By Junishi Tsuneoka in New Art on Friday 16 August 2013

Enfu is probably the most prolific artist I know who creates Japanese anime influenced graphics. He gives each character multiple purposes: they sometimes work as the main graphic, patterns, products and more. What particularly fascinates me is one of his recent inventions, Trucker hat with multiple snaps. First, you choose the colour and visor pattern […]

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Handmade custom knives by Kevin Wilkins

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By Junishi Tsuneoka in New Design on Friday 16 August 2013

As a graphic artist, I always appreciate a creator in a totally different field. I came across Kevin Wilkins’ handmade custom knives, and even though I’m not a knife collector and I don’t know much about the whole scene, the pure beauty of his creation really caught my eyes. I have always thought a knife […]

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