05.08.10 by Jeff

Sterling Hundley

Illustrations by Sterling Hundley.

sterling hundley artist illustrator

sterling hundley artist illustrator

sterling hundley artist illustrator

sterling hundley artist illustrator





  • http://www.whatinthenameoflove.blogspot.com Em

    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!

  • Bek

    Very Gustav Klimt. I really like the odd perspectives and oversized bodies in the first and 3rd images. Thanks for the post!

    • http://www.google.de/images?um=1&hl=de&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=3&q=henri+de+toulouse-lautrec&btnG=Bilder+suchen bennie

      mmmh not sure about the “klimt” association, but some of the work shown here remind me of henri de toulouse-lautrec

  • http://mokasi.deviantart.com Mokasi

    great angles/view must run from the computer to the sketch pad now!!! :)

  • jack

    love the 3rd down, really great compostion, slightly Mucha-ish, really brilliant!

  • http://blog.twenty2wo.com Adam

    always have loved his work, great style and unreal talent!

  • Z0NU5

    Outstanding. Intimations of Toulouse Lautrec and, as BEK said, Gustav Klimt.

  • http://levit-ate.blogspot.com Rachel

    I saw the first image at the society of illustrators
    It’s pretty amazing

  • http://www.vincejoy.blogspot.com vince

    yes. sterling hundley rules. post some of his more abstract fine art if you get a chance.

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  • http://11.acesaura.com Crystal

    These are all just fabulous!

  • Ruth

    I don’t think I could love these any more than I do right now!

  • Hunter

    Super wild.

    Who knows who’s in charge of what gets posted?

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/superstark Haley

    Very Mucha, very Klimt, very awesome!!

  • JCD

    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.