There is some nice new updates to the portfolio of illustrator Miles Donovan. I really dig his style. It’s simple and it’s definitely Photoshop but it somehow manages to avoid the pitfalls of appearing over digital and still feels very ‘printerly’.
UK Illustrator Miles Donavan has updated his site with some exceptional work. Donavan’s work has been used internationally for both editorial and advertising. He has generated creative for clients including The New York Times, The Observer, Billboard and Creative Review. He is extensively featured in publications including ‘Illusive’, ‘The Fundamentals of Illustration’, ‘Pen & Mouse’ and ‘Illustration Play’. He is also a co founder of Peepshow Collective that was previously listed here at Changethethought. At Peepshow he has worked on design, art direction and animation for clients such as The BBC, Nike, Coca-Cola, Toyota, Diesel and The Victoria & Albert Museum. He is currently repped by Art Department in New York and Serlin Associates in London.
If you would like to purchase some of his prints you can do so at Peepshow’s shop, aptly titled Peepshop.