Coroflot members keep bringing the the "boom-shaka-laka" with their awesome portfolios, as we find ourselves swimming in excellent work to choose from these past few weeks. While not quite the best way to cool off in the summer, we can't really complain about the abundance—so we're taking into account a broader playing field from here on out.
Of course, the criteria is the same: strong ideas executed as striking imagery, and we're pleased to announce eight new portfolio selections that reflect this standard of brilliance:
Adam Quest (Poznan, Poland) - Adam does a nice job adding a vintage feel to his eye-catching illustrations.
Vil Tsimenzin (Boston, MA) - Vil's heavy-duty renderings really jump off the screen with their incredible detailing.
Vaughan Ling (Los Angeles, CA) - Vaughan has a gift for dreaming up amazing spaceship concepts, not to mention translating them into realistic renderings.
James Peay (New York, NY) - A strong sense of light and shadow add a bit of pop to James' comic book style.
Jason Phillips (Greensboro, NC) - Jason designs unconventional furniture with a geometric twist... sometimes literally.
Lisa Buckridge (Watford, United Kingdom) - Lisa combines a fascinating Ralph Steadman-like technique with a passion for food.
Mikhail Gubin (Kew Gardens, NY) - Mikhail constructs curious vernacular sculptures from the detritus of Manhattan.
The Velvet Mode (San Francisco, CA) - The Velvet Mode's elegant logo and graphic designs are characterized by consummate command of text and image.
Next Monday we'll be unveiling the next Blurb book winner chosen later this week, who will receive a $200 credit to produce a great book of their work. Could it be you? Enter the contest by submitting your portfolio today!