April 13, 2012
Today is the third part in our series of Vector Art from around the world, and we’re focusing in on Mexico. I’d like to introduce you to two friends, Rafael Aguilar and Beto Garza. Both have an abstract and somewhat surreal edge, yet their rendering techniques are different. They are both passionate vector artists and fellow fans of Adobe Illustrator.
In addition to getting to know them better and featuring their work, we’ll also gain unique insight into the detailed workings and processes behind Rafael’s work, as he’s kindly shared with us some work-in-progress screenshots!
Beto Garza aka Helbetico
Beto Garza uses simple, minimal palettes to create his vector work. Using geometric shapes and patterns, his work has a childlike, playful edge, yet still maintains a sophisticated, abstract look. This is partly due to the shapes and minimal palettes he uses, and he pulls it off very well.
March 28, 2012
In today’s “Vector Art from…” article, we’re going to look at a collection of vector artists from Indonesia.
Please let me introduce Samuel Sinaga, Aedel Fakhrie, and Jimmy Balia, three friends from Indonesia with a shared passion for vector art, all with contrasting styles. Having known them for years, it’s been great to watch their styles develop and change over time, and it’s an absolute pleasure to share with you their thoughts on vector design and their amazing work.
February 26, 2012
In today’s “Vector Art from…” article, we’re looking at vector art from France with Adobe Illustrator users Nastasia Peters and Dhella Rouat, two talented female illustrators. We’ll learn more about the artists behind the work and their processes, and, in addition, Nastasia has shared some great insight into the process for creating one of her fantasy inspired pieces that is line art oriented. So let’s get to it and meet the girls.
January 30, 2012
The renovated Adobe Design Center has just launched.
Here you can find the best content to inspire and educate designers creating for all types of media.
Get get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most talented creative minds doing amazing work, and gain techniques and tips for your favorite Adobe products, such as Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign, as well as new tools like Muse (code name) and Digital Publishing Suite.
Those of you who are familiar with the previous Adobe Design Center know that is was a great site, but was not updated often enough. With this new push, Adobe Design Center will offer new content on a regular basis.
Come check it out.