Illustrations by Sterling Hundley.
As soon as I saw this post I was immediately inspired and had to start designing! Thanks for exposing this fabulous artist I otherwise had not heard of, Jeff!
Very Gustav Klimt. I really like the odd perspectives and oversized bodies in the first and 3rd images. Thanks for the post!
mmmh not sure about the “klimt” association, but some of the work shown here remind me of henri de toulouse-lautrec
great angles/view must run from the computer to the sketch pad now!!! 🙂
love the 3rd down, really great compostion, slightly Mucha-ish, really brilliant!
always have loved his work, great style and unreal talent!
Outstanding. Intimations of Toulouse Lautrec and, as BEK said, Gustav Klimt.
I saw the first image at the society of illustrators It’s pretty amazing
yes. sterling hundley rules. post some of his more abstract fine art if you get a chance.
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These are all just fabulous!
I don’t think I could love these any more than I do right now!
Who knows who’s in charge of what gets posted?
Very Mucha, very Klimt, very awesome!!
All of the listed influences above are very obviously there, in his work you may also want to add some VanGogh, the last one seems to stand apart with a touch of ‘Art Nouveau’ influence it’s very storybook-esque. They are all very well crafted.
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