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Fashion Illustration: Interview with Ëlodie - Friday Illustrated
Ëlodie is a fashion illustrator living in Paris. Just like the city she lives in, her work is a combination of poetry and realism. Her illus
Leave your mark on the Wall of Wally - Friday Illustrated
Wall of Wally is a tribute-project dedicated to Wally Olins and it challenges illustrators and graphic designers from everywhere to create h
Paris Illustrated: Interview with illustrator Nathan St John - Friday Il...
When you see Nathan St John's gorgeous Paris illustrations you can almost imagine yourself there. He manages to surprise so well that urban
Nestle steals illustration and uses it on their Facebook page - Friday I...
As an artist, it’s likely to get your work stolen, especially if you are very active online. The more exposure you have, the more likely it
Logo design and visual identities with designer Chris Payne - Friday Ill...
Chris Payne is a British graphic designer, art director and advertising creative living in San Francisco. He works as a Senior Designer at S
Everything you wanted to know about Desinion - Friday Illustrated
Desinion is a new tool that designers can use to A/B test their work and get quick and detailed feedback on their designs. It’s just been la
My December wallpaper has been featured in Smashing Magazine! - Friday I...
I’m happy to say it’s the first time I’ve had a wallpaper published by Smashing Magazine in their special “Desktop wallpaper calendar” secti
Monsters doodle art and handmade illustrated wearables with Samnuts (Int...
I couldn’t get more excited when I find artists who doodle AND sell objects with their art printed, or hand-drawn on them. So here’s today’s
Viral illustrated Facebook-covers for presidential campaign - Friday Ill...
For the non-Romanian readers of this blog, it’s the day before the elections for president here. So I’ve taken the time to tell you about a
Why Daily Doodle is one of the best things I've started this year - Frid...
I started doing Daily Doodles earlier this year, about seven months ago (thank God that my Instagram account keeps track). At the time I pos
Interview with animation director and illustrator Peter Slattery - Frida...
Peter Slattery is an animation director and illustrator based in Dublin, Ireland. Trained in classical animation, he has worked on some of t
Interview with illustrator & product designer Sylvain Tegroeg - Frid...
Sylvain Tegroeg is a French illustrator and product designer, currently living in Amsterdam. Born Sylvain Georget, he likes using his name i
Creative Est 2014: Turning creative ideas into sustainable businesses - ...
Although I'm always interested in discovering new ideas and endeavours when it comes to contemporary art, I hadn't yet been to a festival de
Interview with visual artist James Gulliver Hancock - Friday Illustrated
James Gulliver Hancock is a multi-talented illustrator from Sydney, Australia. His work varies from book cover illustrations to animation, s
Interview with vector illustrator Cristiano Siqueira (ChrisVector) - Fri...
Cristiano Siqueira (or ChrisVector, as he calls himself in social media) is a Brasilian illustrator and graphic designer, specialising in ve
The story behind the 2014 World Cup illustrations - Friday Illustrated
With the 2014 World Cup only two days away, there couldn’t be a better project to check out, than the ESPN series of exciting illustrations
Interview with British illustrator Ian Miller - Friday Illustrated
Ian Miller is a 68-year old British illustrator with a fascinating career behind him and more to come. His is well known for his macabre, fa
Interview with Italian illustrator and creative director Michele Patruno...
Michele Patruno is an Italian illustrator and creative director currently living in Trani, Italy. He studied at the Instituto Europeo di Des
Interview with type designer and creative director Max Pirsky - Friday I...
Max Pirsky is a graphic designer passionate about letters, living in Bulgaria. He describes himself as being focused on “producing simple, c