This weekly edition of the Coroflot Genius Gallery sees our second book winner, Andrew Walsh from Mayo, Ireland. Of course, his fellow members represent a full range of (mostly) two-dimensional work. Some of them, such as Vivian Ducas and Andrey Bondarenko work across digital and analog mediums, while others, such as Barry Graham, simply strive to be the best at what they do.
Andrew Walsh (Mayo, Ireland) - Andrew's inspired, quasi-architectural graphic design engages the eye and mind alike. His work expresses a superior understanding of form and typography, and we feel that the result is worthy of the second of the six book awards.
Vivian Ducas (Toronto, Ontario) - Vivian demonstrates her creativity through everything from hand-lettering to painting to graphic design.
Yulia Drobova (Tashkent, Uzbekistan) - Yulia's distinctive vector illustrations are bold and playful in equal measure.
Andrey Bondarenko (Nikolaev, Ukraine) - Precise draftsmanship is the basis of Andrey's elegant interior design concepts.
Barry Graham (Birmingham, AL) - Masterful naturalism in watercolor.
Gautam Dutta (Savannah, GA) - Gautam puts a modern illustrative twist on traditional Hindu mythology, a testament to the timelessness of age-old tales.
Luke Pikora (New Britain, CT) - Luke expertly combines his fine command of realism with more fantastical or borderline abstract sensibility.
Julie Jennings (Johns Creek, GA) - Julie creates undeniably vibrant patterns and paintings for textiles and apparel.
We're excited for these latest entrants to the gallery, and are impressed with the swelling numbers of great portfolios being submitted every day. Stay tuned to learn about books created by Andrew Walsh and our first winner Jasmin Darnell, and enter your own Coroflot portfolio today. You could be our next winner of a $200 custom printed book from Blurb.
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