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Conceptual Illustrations With Eye-Catching Textures and Details by Eva Bee

The Observer Magazine: Book Review

Creating conceptual illustrations with ink brush pens to make line-work detail and then adding an entire dollop of texture and color through Photoshop, British illustrator Eva Bee enjoys bringing arresting concepts to life.

The Observer, for instance, recently asked Eva to exemplify a characteristic on detox goods being a waste of money.

Though brilliant in its implementation, it was just another piece for The Observer which has been shortlisted for the Association of Illustrator‘s World Illustration Awards this past year, this time based on a book review.

“I believe the concept behind an instance is equally as important as the image. Solving problems and creating interesting, eye-catching concepts that bring copy to existence is essential to my work,” says Eva. It is possible to discover more in evabee.co.uk.

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