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  • Illustrator Ben Sanders does 50s commercial illustration style like no other

    By Oana on July 21, 2017
    Commercial illustration fit for a children’s book I can’t remember how I found Ben Sanders or his designs. It must have been Twitter.But, let’s start with the beginning. Ben Sanders was born in Australia and took up drawing at 11. His first project was at 12, drawing animals and other random stuff for sticker sets. It became his usual summer […]
  • Ugmonk giveaway: Win $280 worth of tees

    By Oana on July 11, 2017
    Support Gather and win 10 t-shirts in exclusive Ugmonk giveaway I hope you are already familiar with Ugmonk and the man behind the brand, Jeff Sheldon. Apart from his exquisite line of t-shirts and accessories, he’s also been focusing on a unique product for the last three years. That’s right! Jeff researched, sketched and optimized a tool to cater to his […]
  • The surreal world of Tshirt Factory Illustrator Magda Vizireanu

    By Oana on July 10, 2017
    Tshirt Factory Illustrator: Magda Vizireanu It’s time for you to meet a young, talented Romanian illustrator that I’ve been following for a few months now. I didn’t plan on it, it just happened because there was something I noticed with each new drawing: the evolution of an artist, that grew with each new design. And when I saw her last […]
  • Popular characters through the eyes of Gabriel Soares

    By Oana on March 30, 2017
    Popular cartoon illustration I’m a big fan of cartoons, animated motion pictures in particular. So, Pixar, Disney and DreamWorks are at the top of my list when I want to enjoy some fun, insightful “moving drawings”. Animations are hella hard to create. There are thousands  of hours and hundreds of people involved. Not to mention how much trial and error […]
  • Disney emoji contest takes you behind the scenes of the magical world

    By Oana on February 27, 2017
    Disney emoji contest “As told by you” Excellent news for emoji lovers, Disney fans and Adobe users! There is a wonderful contest put together by the two companies, revolving around the magical world of the famous animations re-imagined with your favorite yellow emoticons – emojis! If you are  a post-secondary school student who is 18 to 24 years old, bursting with […]
  • Video Games themed ugly sweaters + Star Wars coupon code

    By Oana on December 6, 2016
    One thing I really like to geek out about on Christmas as far as clothes is concerned are ugly sweaters. How did grandma’s bad knitting come about to become so popular especially among the younger generation is beyond me. These patterns are printed in December in the coldest of cities around the world on T-shirts, that’s how common it is. […]
  • Designer of the week – Alisa aka Mikibith Art

    By Oana on September 26, 2016
    Never too much watercolor design Watercolor seems to be a timeless trend that you can see everywhere in the design business. It is subtle enough not to take the attention away from the central element, but strong enough to give a much-needed texture, used for highlighting parts of the design. Clients and illustrators alike seem to love it so much […]
  • Designer of the Week – handlettering illustrator Olga Zakharova

    By Oana on September 12, 2016
    A fascinating walk into the handlettering world of Olga Zakharova You know us and our obsession for typography design. So why not delve deeper into this world, with the help of a very talented illustrator, who caught our eye while browsing the very resourceful Creative Market. If you know the quality level on the site, you understand how hard it is to […]
  • Reimagining art as famous cartoons – Instagram style challenge

    By Oana on August 30, 2016
    Original drawings in famous cartoon styles It always brings a smile to our faces to see traditional illustrators master their tools so artfully with minute precision, reminding us where it all began, before there was Photoshop or Illustrator. Drawing with pen on paper and digital drawing are quite distinct processes. It’s quite something surprising to discover when you want to […]