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One of my favorite illustrators Tim Yarzhombek a few of his works
please share your favorite illustrators or designers

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Charles Marion Russell

Charles Marion Russell (March 19, 1864 – October 24, 1926), also known as C. M. Russell, Charlie Russell, and "Kid" Russell, was an American artist of the Old American West. Russell created more than 2,000 paintings of cowboys, Indians, and landscapes set in the Western United States and in Alberta, Canada, in addition to bronze sculptures. Known as 'the cowboy artist', Russell was also a storyteller and author. He became an advocate for Native Americans in the West, for instance support The C. M...

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James Jean:

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Jae Lee:

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Laura Lane:

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I’ve spent a ridiculous amount of money on art from 3 of them. The way they work with shapes making them so alive and dynamic yet funky and strange makes me feel not worthy of having hands :))

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Charles Marion Russell

Charles Marion Russell (March 19, 1864 – October 24, 1926), also known as C. M. Russell, Charlie Russell, and "Kid" Russell, was an American artist of the Old American West. Russell created more than 2,000 paintings of cowboys, Indians, and landscapes set in the Western United States and in Alberta, Canada, in addition to bronze sculptures. Known as 'the cowboy artist', Russell was also a storyteller and author. He became an advocate for Native Americans in the West, for instance support The C. M...

Hi imagination7413 sorry I don’t know your name so I will use you username instead, thank for this introducing this artist I have never heard about him before. I’m enjoying to study his works thanks to you they tell a lot of stories I like how he play with thank you

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James Jean:

Jae Lee:

Laura Lane:

I’ve spent a ridiculous amount of money on art from 3 of them. The way they work with shapes making them so alive and dynamic yet funky and strange makes me feel not worthy of having hands :))

Thank you Lena for mentioning this artist James Jean is the one of the most talented visual artists now days, absolutely gorgeous works. With the mix of culture/style techniques of asian and european he make peace of art I think. I’m a big fan of his works. Happy you 🙂 I own only the book “A Retrospective of Beloved” I bought from amazon years ago. Thank you for sharing this. Also I like you artworks/illustrations you have a lovely style I love them great job!

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Hi imagination7413 sorry I don’t know your name so I will use you username instead, thank for this introducing this artist I have never heard about him before. I’m enjoying to study his works thanks to you they tell a lot of stories I like how he play with thank you

Using the whole or a part of someone’s username is perfectly acceptable in forum culture. (And is actually better than addressing someone with a term of familiarity.) And you’re welcome, there’s a reason he’s who I chose to share as my favorite to this thread!

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Japanese woodblock prints, this one by Toshi Yashida

(this isn’t an illustration just some of my favorite art among many)

Thank you misscrystal for sharing this, I think that Toshi Yashid’s works is something you can study for an hours. They are so calm seems so simple but when you watch you notice more and more details, thank you for sharing this emotions

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Using the whole or a part of someone’s username is perfectly acceptable in forum culture. (And is actually better than addressing someone with a term of familiarity.) And you’re welcome, there’s a reason he’s who I chose to share as my favorite to this thread!

You know I’m studying his illustrations now and I feel the weather how air smells I look at the works and I can feel the environment as if I’m there

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Thank you Lena for mentioning this artist James Jean is the one of the most talented visual artists now days, absolutely gorgeous works. With the mix of culture/style techniques of asian and european he make peace of art I think. I’m a big fan of his works. Happy you 🙂 I own only the book “A Retrospective of Beloved” I bought from amazon years ago. Thank you for sharing this. Also I like you artworks/illustrations you have a lovely style I love them great job!

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James Jean did My Chemical Romance’s Black parade cover. I’ve been in love ever since. 🙂 It’s truly inspiring to see someone being so consistent with quality and talent though the years.

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The vultures are a nice touch. Any idea what that red line represents?

It’s a concept album about how death comes for people taking shape of their best memory. The main character’s best memory was seeing a marching band at a parade with his father when he was a kid. The red line is both a blood transfusion tube/IV line and a literal lifeline being dragged behind as he’s being led away. I think.

It’s one of my favorite albums, both in terms of music and in terms of art and story that was made for it, that’s how I always read the meaning behind the piece.

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I’ve never seen much illustrative design but I’m appreciative of it. Anything else you want to share is welcome.
I saw a Modigliani in a gallery once and I couldn’t stop looking at it. It was very large. Bigger than life size. Seeing this picture of one it loses the intensity. I love art.

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James Jean:

Jae Lee:

Laura Lane:

I’ve spent a ridiculous amount of money on art from 3 of them. The way they work with shapes making them so alive and dynamic yet funky and strange makes me feel not worthy of having hands :))

Awesome choice … nice art

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Modigliani:

I’ve never seen much illustrative design but I’m appreciative of it. Anything else you want to share is welcome.

I saw a Modigliani in a gallery once and I couldn’t stop looking at it. It was very large. Bigger than life size. Seeing this picture of one it loses the intensity. I love art.

This make me member the movie Modigliani with Andy Garcia and the conversation about the eyes 🙂

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