We love vector images. Work in this format is scalable, which means that it is not necessary to think about the size at the time of creation. Today we have collected cool illustrations that inspire you to work in the field of vector art
We are taking a closer look of the work of Rich Field also known as Fieldinspired. He’s an illustrator based in London, UK; you should definitely check out his shop where you’ll find limited prints of his art to buy. In Rich’s process, you’ll find a hand-drawn start with a finishing touch digitally that can go with a minimum of 80 layers to 220+ layers on certain pieces. Totally worth checking it out!
Another series of gorgeous low-poly illustrations starring animals from across the globe comes from German artist Jana Dinges.
Glitch by Dave Chenell
The Swamp Story by justina lei
Robot Art Print by DKNG
“Robot” is an 18” x 24” three color art print with a limited edition of 200 on French Speckletone Madero Beach paper. This music-fueled robot will make the perfect addition to children’s nurseries and recording studios alike.
Fishing In Autumn by Paulius
Autumn is here so it felt right to make something with fall colours in mind. So here’s Mike. He’s fishing. It's early in the morning.
Foot traffic by MUTI
Leo Art Print by DKNG
What began life as a client project has now become our newest animal themed art print, Leo the lion. This was a fun project because we had the chance to fuse a lion’s face with a variety of musical instruments including guitar, bass, drums, piano, horns, and violin. The print is a three color screen print and as a first for us, the inks are printed on top of a clear base layer that helps bring out the true vibrancy of the colors.