Tag Archives: #graphicdesign

Shane O’Driscoll

Shane O’Driscoll is an Irish printmaker and visual artist that practices mainly in screen printing. He studied Visual Communications and is a member of Cork Printmakers and Graphic Studio Dublin.  He has exhibited his work internationally and throughout Ireland. This Cork-based artist employs silkscreen printing to record his travels and paint a unique contemporary picture of the world today.  In an article on Irish Examiner he says this about his work:

“My artwork is mainly abstract with bright-coloured compositions that focus on structure and tension. I also admire architecture and often use the shapes of buildings in my pieces.”

More of his work can be seen on his website and on Instagram.

Images:  Courtesy of Shane O’Driscoll.

Brad Cuzen

We don’t know too much about this graphic designer and illustrator, Brad Cuzen, but we do know that we delight in his work.  The Durban, South Africa-based artist studied graphic design in Durban University of Technology, worked at Parsons Branding and is currently available for freelance work.  

You can follow the artist on Facebook, Dribble and Instagram.  

Images:  Courtesy of Brad Cuzen. 

Josh Brill

Loving the minimalist and geometric approach of these animal illustrations by Josh Brill.  The artist and designer graduated from Maine College of Art with a degree in New Media Design.  He currently is based in Portland, Maine. In an article on Grain Edit he says this about his influences:  

“My early influences, as a kid, are the ones that got me interested in art. They were comics, animation, skateboard graphics and in some subliminal way Nintendo. This led me into studying cartooning and animation in my first year of collage.”

“Later when I transferred to a fine arts school, Constructivism, Alfred Hitchcock, Saul Bass, Reid Miles, George LaRou, Matt Owens, Chris Ware, Dave Mckean and Mike Mignola were influential in my development as an artist and a designer.”

“After school when I became more confident as an artist, I found myself less influenced by artists and more by subjects like nature, culture and science.”

You can follow the artist on his website, Facebook, Dribble and Instagram. Some of his prints can be purchased on his website.

Images:  Courtesy of Josh Brill.