This post is part of a weekly series showcasing inspirational vector art. Although the series showcases vector art, some work might just be vector inspired, not created completely with vector art. If you have any art suggestions, feel free to comment!
A series of illustrations in a fun cartoon style by a character and graphic desiger from Argentina – Gabriel Mourelle. Don’t you just love the funky, fun look of this crazy cartoon girl and her stuff?!
Clean, simple and yet very powerful editirial illustrations created for various magazines by the graphic artist, illustrator and designer from Malaysia – Tang Yau Hoong.
For all you Pokemon fans out there Daniel Stanley from UK made a series of minimalist Pokemon posters with his favorite Pokemon. Click the link to see more of these awesome posters!
This bird illustration by Camilo from Chile is awesome, but you know what’s even more awesome? The fact that Camilo shows you how he made it and it’s so simple and briliant you just have to try it! Click the image to see the proccess or just take in the geometrical perfection of this little guy.
Calambruco from Colombia knows how to use bright, juicy colors to make his illustrations “pop”. Personally I just love his work, it’s so vibrant and full of attitude!
I’ve been a fan of grelin-machin’s vector illustrations for a while now. Her unique, weird, scary yet funny style is just too cool not to love. She says that her interests are horror movies, cartoons, candy and monsters and she does a really great job of showing that in her work, don’t you think?!
If you love cute, furry, nice things, then you’ll just adore Clémentine’s work, because she takes ‘cute’ to the next level!