Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 9

Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 9

Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 9

Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 9

Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 9
Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 9
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Art for All: Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 9

Welcome back to our Diversity in Design series on Envato Tuts+. Discover four talented artists with inspiring styles you’ll love.

4 Artists You Should Know: Diversity in Design

Celebrate
the work of these extraordinary artists. Each with their own unique
background, they draw inspiration from their culture and surroundings to
create phenomenal designs.

Zara Magumyan

Zara is a graphic designer from Yerevan, Armenia, with a specialty in children’s book illustrations. Her unique style mixes charming designs with lovely colors and textures. Check it out!

See more in her portfolio.

Over the Town

After graduating as a Software Engineer, I had a change of heart and since then, I’ve worked as a graphic designer. I focus on editorial and children’s books illustrations,
where I create simple and colorful character-based illustrations and animated videos.

However, I always
try to keep an open horizon for new areas of design, where I can have
fun learning and exploring new styles and techniques.

Over the Town by Zara Magumyan
Over the Town

Codics Categories: Art & Culture

I read a lot and find inspiration almost anywhere. From books, to music, movies, and
even playing with my dog—she is a huge furry
inspiration.

I always keep an open and playful mind, and even seek for
inspiration in parallel industries, but most of the time the inspiration
just finds me.

Codics Categories Art  Culture by Zara Magumyan
Codics Categories: Art & Culture

YASA

YASA by Zara Magumyan
YASA

Codics Categories: Literature

I’m also inspired by children’s books illustrators like Kim Minji, Alena Tkach and Cale Atkinson. They have their own unique style which I really adore, and their bright and colorful illustrations excite my inner child. 

Codics Categories Literature by Zara Magumyan
Codics Categories: Literature

Mohamed Oulmoumen

Mohamed is a talented designer from Meknes, Morocco. His imaginative digital illustrations are futuristic and magnificent, incorporating many cartoon themes he enjoys.

See more in his portfolio.

Machine/Nature

I’ve always enjoyed making art, especially computer generated imagery. It has been always my tool to communicate ideas in a very efficient way.

MachineNature by Mohamed Oulmoumen
Machine/Nature

IRONFROG

Behind the character of my work itself is a story of nature and machinery. For iron frog, I tried to visually communicate a frog with an iron man suit, and redesigned the suit in a way to fit the new pilot. 

IRONFROG by Mohamed Oulmoumen
IRONFROG

MREXFLY

MREXFLY by Mohamed Oulmoumen
MREXFLY

Benmoussa & Moustache

I’ve worked as an art director for an animated series on Moroccan TV and participated as a 3D generalist and visual
developer in several productions. What I enjoy the most is telling stories and solving problems, both design-based and technical.

Benmoussa  Moustache by Mohamed Oulmoumen
Benmoussa & Moustache

Basia Tran

Basia is an incredible illustrator and designer currently based in Queens, NY. Emotive and full of expression, her illustrations tell amazing stories that are easy to feel.

See more in her portfolio and follow her on Instagram.

A Rose

I was
born and raised in Krakow, Poland in a Vietnamese household, which is just another way of me saying that I haven’t quite found a specific
focus in my career yet, but that is okay. Step by step, I’ll get
there.

A Rose by Basia Tran
A Rose

Children’s Book – “Bloom”

The bittersweet captivates me. There can be a weakness in happiness
and glory, and there can be grace and beauty found in sadness or
heartbreak. My aim is to explore those moments and to tell those stories, because I think it’s important to show the world not just in
black and white, but also different shades of gray. Which is also why I
enjoy graphite so much, it easily allows for certain subtleties to be expressed.

Childrens Book - Bloom by Basia Tran
Children’s Book – “Bloom”

Comfortable: A Series

Comfortable A Series by Basia Tran
Comfortable: A Series

Children’s Book – “Bloom”

I admire art that moves me almost literally to places that I’d like
to explore. But when it comes to artists, my attitude is more cautious.

As much as I
admire an artist’s work, I choose to
admire the people I know and trust. People I admire not just for the
virtues they have, but also their flaws. They are software engineers, architects, filmmakers,
salespeople—like my mom and grandma, whose hard work is always a great
inspiration to me. I am ever so grateful to have their insight and
company, as it further deepens my understanding of the world.

Childrens Book - Bloom by Basia Tran
Children’s Book – “Bloom”

Stevenson Lacroes

Our last artist is Stevenson Lacroes, a brilliant freelance visual artist from Willemstad, Curaçao. His 3D animations are highly detailed and feature designs that tell unique stories about the past and future.

See more in his portfolio and follow him on Instagram.

Sirius Noitz

Born and raised on the beautiful island of Curaçao, I’m a VFX student but also currently working as a Design Generalist Artist with my brother Stefan Lacroes at my company SIRIUS.

Sirius Noitz by Stevenson Lacroes
Sirius Noitz

Not A Rolex

The story and inspiration behind my work is always evolving. I mix the past with the future to tell stories about forgotten
technologies. Sometimes I take a more surrealistic approach to showcase a
bright idea, keeping the major design at its core.

Not A Rolex by Stevenson Lacroes
Not A Rolex

Hanging Bulbs


Street Phone

I admire artists like Ash Thorp because of how he approaches projects and the way
he deconstructs and plans them out. It made a huge impact on me and now I work
more organized with the projects I take on to
fully understand them.

Streetphone by Stevenson Lacroes
Street Phone

Celebrate Diversity! Send Us Your Favorite Artists!

Help us find more incredible artists from different backgrounds to share with our audience! Tweet me your recommendations at MelloNieves or use the hashtags #artforall and #tutsplusdesign on Twitter and Instagram. You never know, we may just feature you in our next article!

I’d
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: