If you have been with out site long enough, you probably will remember Ben Heine, one of our favorite artists, who blends photography and pencil sketches to create imaginary scenes. In his well-received series titled Pencil Vs Camera, the multifaceted artist holds up his cleverly imaginative sketches drawn on torn sheets of paper, whose frame aligns perfectly with the underlying photograph. Alarmingly accurate and crisply focused, the series puts great care in the alignment and perspective required to successfully pull off the optical illusion. Heine creates seemingly effortless snapshots that are highly imaginative and contextual. In this post, we rounded up animal related work from Heine’s project. Let’s enjoy Ben’s imaginary animal kingdom. [source]
Copywriters and art directors are supposed to work in tandem—but they both have different work styles and habits. Copywriter vs. Art Director is a series of illustrations that depict the eternal dispute and differences between the two professions. While not everyone (especially Copywriters and Art Directors) might agree with each rendering, most are quite accurate, and all are entertaining. Take a look and hope you enjoy. [source]
If you a a regular visitor to designswan, you probably find we are a big fans of Ben Heine‘s work. Since April 2010, when The Belgian artist first launched his his incredibly creative series, Pencil Vs Camera, we began to keep following his brilliant work. Heine melds his love and passion for illustration and photography to come up with pieces that stretch our imagination. Today, we are to feature some new works from Heine and click here for his full [portfolio on deviantART].
Still remember the “Pencil Vs Camera” we featured last June? Today we will showcase some new work from Ben Heine, the creative painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist and photographer. AS the last time, Heine continues his simplistic but singular style. Via melding his love and passion for illustration and photography, he comes up with pieces that stretch our imagination. His work is fresh and original and could only come from a person who truly experiences life – who appreciates the world’s varying landscapes and diverse backgrounds. [source]