I just thought I'd post a few projects I'm working on at the moment, first off is my most recent zine Flash Slap Flick, it's a photo zine of my stickers and it's available in my shop here...
Secondly, I'm working on this really fun collaboration with Sandra Dieckman where we both made a piece for the other one of us to work on, I'm looking forward to gettin to work on the piece she's sent me...Here's how they look so far...
The illustrations where not part of the work shown to the client, it was for the 3 people in the pitching team to present themselves.
My name is Lewis Currie, studying graphic design in my first year of Uni at the moment and still developing my own style. I'm a new member so thought I best show some of my work!
I've been really busy with my graphic design job so I haven't produced a new illustration for a while. However, I was interviewed a little while ago for American online fashion and lifestyle magazine, crushable.com.
The really awesome Tom Rosinski, who is a writer and graphic designer at Crushable.com, contacted me saying he really liked my work and wanted to feature me! Click here for the full interview.
Here is one of the latest illustrations I created. I'm sure loads of people that live in a big city feel like that at 8am in the morning on their way to work. The same illustration in landscape was used recently for an online magazine for creatives as their landing page.
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Here are some of my recent works - digitalized drawings. Here you can see more
Hello everyone, I'm a newcomer to the blog so thought I'd introduce myself and post a recent piece of my work...My name is Mark Goss and I'm an illustrator and graphic designer based in Belgium, this piece is a Lady Gaga icon piece that I made for an exhibition I was recently in here in Antwerp.
You can see more of my work here... http://markgoss.com
Glad to be on board!...
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One morning, a few weeks ago, my wife was trying to encourage our son Lewis to get ready for school. As she barked orders from her bed, it conjured an image of a General running military operations. I decided to pin down the image while it was fresh in my mind. To maintain a certain connectedness with the action, he's in full dress uniform from the waist up, jimjams from the waist down. He did try full dress uniform but his spurs kept snagging the sheets.
Approx 11"x14" Pen and ink with watercolour wash on HP watercolour paper.
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