Over the summer, we’ve been communicating with several artists regarding representation and are proud to announce that we are now the artist representatives for Manuel Bortoletti, Laurie Greasley, Bartosz Kosowski and Dmitry Ligay.
Manuel Bortoletti is an award-winning infographic designer, seamlessly blending technical information, data visualisation and illustration. His clean and rational work is accompanied by attention to aesthetics and colour combinations, following his belief that a high standard of visual attractiveness draws in the viewer and motivates their understanding of data. You can see more of his work on his Début Art portfolio here: https://www.debutart.com/artist/manuel-bortoletti
Launching his professional illustrator career in 2014, Laurie Greasley has already made great strides, collaborating on a wide variety of projects from comics to concept designs for film. His work is heavily influence by science, technology and science fiction, his creative imagination captivated with ideas about the future. The grit and grime of the cyberpunk genre is a much-returned-to theme in his illustrations, as his fascination with film. You can see more of his work on his Début Art portfolio here: https://www.debutart.com/artist/laurie-greasley
Bartosz Kosowski is an award-winning illustrator and poster artist, most recently shortlisted for two pieces of work in the 2020 AOI World Illustration Awards, for site specific and advertising categories respectively. His background studying woodcut, etching, mezzotint, lithography and other traditional printmaking techniques is clearly evident in his carefully rendered and precise drawing style. You can see more of his work on his Début Art portfolio here: https://www.debutart.com/artist/bartosz-kosowski
Dmitry Ligay was born in Uzbekistan and he resides there. Dmitry studied at the Tashkent Institute of Architecture and Construction, Faculty of Design, Uzbekistan. Whilst there, he complemented his formal education with his own artistic practice, creating illustrations for small local publications. This period of time, he believes, was foundational in establishing his fundamental artistic principles as well as determining the direction of his career in commercial illustration.
Dmitry combines a wide range of traditional materials and tools – watercolour, pencil, acrylic and brush work – with Photoshop editing, bringing traditional artistic techniques to into modern contexts. His illustrations often follow the sensibilities of collage or assemblages, and he strives to convey in his artworks the energy and nature of the physical materials.
Since establishing his career as a professional illustrator in 2009, Dmitry’s client list includes Renault, Uber, Leo Burnett, The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Rolling Stone and Esquire.
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