Friday, 25 June 2010

Pete Fowler

I'm sure no introductions are necessary for almost everyone reading this. Pete Fowler is an illustrator, "monsterist" and a true pioneer of designer vinyl. As well as creating the majority of the artwork for one of the greatest living bands, The Super Furry Animals, Pete has created hordes of designer toys, worked on major advertising campaigns and even makes music (under the guise of Seahawks). Pete Fowler lives in London and likes owls. Here's the sketch too as a bonus.

Thursday, 24 June 2010

James Howard AKA The Mooks

Here's a double dose of Serge from Twitter buddy, Mr James Howard AKA The Mooks. James illustrates and draws comics and is an excellent source of music chat on Twitter. You can view more of his work over on his Flickr stream.

Thursday, 17 June 2010

Geraint Ford 2

Here's another Serge from previous "Draw Serge" contributor, Geraint Ford (Geraint first graced the blog way back in May last year). This time he's sent us Serge as Schroeder from Peanuts. Geraint intends to do a few "Serge as.." illustrations over the summer. Can't wait to see the rest. More details over on Geraint's blog.

Monday, 14 June 2010

Manel de Ramon Reyes.

Manel is a 20 year old graphic design student from Barcelona. You can see more of his work (illustration and design) on his website, Flickr and Issuu site.

Thursday, 10 June 2010

Tomos Thornton

Possibly the largest portrait of Serge so far! I had the pleasure of seeing this piece come together at a live drawing event last month. Tomos is a Welsh artist with a penchant for distinctive faces that look a bit "lived in" - Serge is an ideal subject. This piece is a great example of Tomos' incredible POSCA technique. Tomos has a Facebook group HERE where you can see more examples of his very distinctive work.

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Ryan Cox

What a t-shirt this would make! I don't know a great deal about Ryan Cox apart from the fact that he's based in New York and his stuff is incredible. Have a look at his website to see more of his brilliant work. I love his Mamas and the Papas pic!