Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 3
Welcome back to Volume Three of our Diversity in Design series on Envato Tuts+. Discover five talented artists with inspiring styles you’ll love.
5 Artists You Should Know: Diversity in Design
the work of these extraordinary artists. Each with their own unique
background, they draw inspiration from both their culture and surroundings to
create phenomenal design, illustrations and more.
Brooklyn-based designer Jose Berrio specializes in dope art posters you’ll want on your wall. Check out his awesome illustrative style below.
My name is Jose Berrio and I was born in Bogota, Colombia 29 years and 360 days
ago (I’m turning 30 next week). I received a degree in Graphic Design in
2006 and have worked in advertising agencies for seven years. Some of the
clients I’ve worked with in the past include Converse, Harper Collins, Google, and a few music bands.
Nina Simone “High Priestess of Soul” Poster
Besides doing graphic design, one of the things I love the most is
music in general. Currently I’m playing drums in a band called Fruit
I try to get inspired from things that aren’t necessarily
related to graphic design. Music is definitely one of the things
that’s always present.
“Sarah” Short Film Poster
Converse Rubber Tracks Live
Posters have always been one of my main inspirations since I first got
interested in graphic design. I remember going to an Alain LeQuernec
exhibition before enrolling at college. That experience was a game
changer for me because it was probably the first time I understood what
you could achieve through design.
Dreamer and paper artist Melissa Arbelaez shares her love of this delightful art through her work. From spot-on paper camera replicas to colorful pizza, her creations are creative and charming.
I live in the middle of the earth, Ecuador.
At 15 my parents gave me a camera and since then I knew that
photography would be my future. I have now been in the industry for 12 years.
Campaña Chaide y Chaide
I love complex images with a strong concept. Most of the time I try to
make images where you can see a deep idea hidden within the
Wearing Cherry Blossoms
Las Tres Gracias
My work explores my point of view and I play with what the pictures really
mean. Now I’m exploring portraits in the same way, trying to channel the
personality of the model into what I think they want to be.
I admire the people that live for their art. Every day I open my feed and see an infinite amount of artists with
different points of view and I always try to absorb a little bit of each
Omar Feliciano is a graphic designer from Puerto Rico. His work features amazing shirt designs and traditional drawings.
Ever since I was a little kid, I was drawn to art. I was obsessed with coloring books and I had a mission to color
them “perfectly.” Years passed and I developed a
natural drawing skill.
A few years ago I discovered the awesome world of shirt designing. I
started submitting my designs to weekly competitions on the internet. I love how this
process has helped me develop an area of creative thinking that can’t be
obtained in any other way.
You need to be funny,
clever, fast and creative. And I’ve created a catalog of over 250 shirt designs
of which more than 50 are available for sale at this moment on multiple
Celebrate Diversity! Send Us Your Favorite Artists!
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like to extend a warm thank you to all the artists who participated in
this feature. Feel free to see more of their work in the links below: