Tomasz Usyk is a professional illustrator from Ireland who has got some serious cravings for details and colors which you can find aplenty in his works. He has got his own style of crafting some incredible illustrations and artworks, some of which we present here to get you inspired.
Mads Berg designs illustrations to an international range of clients. His main fields of illustration are Posters, Brand Illustrations, Key Visuals, Editorial Illustrations, Cover Art, Murals. The illustrations are characterized by a style which translates classic poster art into a modern and timeless look.
Mads graduated from the Danish Design School in 2001, and since then, he has been working independently as an illustrator. Occasionally working as a lecturer at design schools. Several times member of the jury, awarding the best in Swedish and Norwegian Contemporary Illustration. In 2010 he won the “Best Danish Children’s Comic” prize and in 2009 he won the Danish Design Prize. Mads’ poster art is represented at the Danish National Design Archives at the Design Museum.
His work is for sale as posters here: Arte Limited
Represented by Unit CMA in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg. Mads also designs park maps for world famous amusement parks. See his work here: VisualMaps
Man Tsun is an illustrator and graphic designer from Hong Kong for whom a world without art and creativity, is like a Harry Potter novel without magic. With every stroke, his wish is to enliven every piece of art with spells of enchantment from a “magic wand” dipped in the ink of an artist’s soul. His splashes of creative passion can be found on theme park designs, movies, MTV and CD covers.
Nightmare Mikey is a Washington D.C based Designer/Illustrator . He graduated College with a BA in Graphic Design in 2008, then shortly after, founded the Brand Beautiful Nightmare® in 2009 as a way of introducing his artwork to the world.
Like many designers Nightmare Mikey worked for several corporate and textile companies, his work with corporate art teams and various sized design studios proved to be a Pierian Spring for Nightmare Mikey. Allowing him to gain a wide breadth of experience, exposure to new techniques, and work with many types of people. Amongst his exposure to people ranging from the business big wigs, trendy or upcoming designers, hipsters, art enthusiast, curators, and all those in-between, Nightmare Mikey made sure to learn a thing or two from everyone to expand his knowledge and creative development. Taking these skills gained over the years, he decided to return to his true love of Illustration.
In the beginning Beautiful Nightmare was just an idea, which never seemed to leave the pages of coffee stained sketchbooks on Mikey’s desk. But, after months of careful planning, 2 trademarks and millions of empty cans of Wawa Lemonade, RedBulls, and 5 hour energy shots,Beautiful Nightmare finally became something tangible.