Posts in Illustration
The Catastrophes

This series of drawings depict a number of surreal catastrophic events. The general idea and several images came to me back in the first half of 2016, before the world went crazy…

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IllustrationRyan Berg
Illustrations by Tolga Tarhan

This collection of images cover my personal works as well as some editorial pieces. I like to combine the landscape with geometric objects, dividing the perspective using blocks of colors and messing with the perception of space. Cutting the edge of one composition and overlapping with another, combining almost two separate artworks, mixing them in one composition is something I like to experience.

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IllustrationRyan Berg
Illustrations by Jonathan Vermersch

These images are a selection of works focusing on visual metaphors and surreal ideas. They’re an experimentation, some of them carry a message, but others are only sketch playfulness without any other intent. I like to play with symbols and create weird and intriguing imagery with my language. They’re good ways to get an idea across, and I’m still learning how to make it work, trying to keep it as simple as possible.

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IllustrationRyan Berg
Gold Soundz

These images were created by a much younger, barely recognizable version of myself. The last drawing I made was in September 1994 when I was 29 years old. At that point I just stopped drawing.

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IllustrationRyan Berg
A Month

All pieces were completed in a month of regimented drawing while also working on a short film about siamese twins. All images are inspired by modern indifference and apathetic outlooks.

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IllustrationRyan Berg
Illustrations by Ana Duje

In her work, Ana Duje has one motto: less is more. She uses vibrant color palettes, simple textures, anthropomorphic figures created from geometric shapes, and a fun imitation of reality. Her pieces, mainly based on character design, illustrate urban everyday-life situations, which is why it's no surprise that most of Ana’s ideas come to her while out and about in the city streets.

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IllustrationRyan Berg