palette Artwork of Brian Grant

by Pif Magazine

Published in Issue No. 279 ~ August, 2020

Pif Magazine proudly presents the artwork of Brian Grant, the artist and creative director of Anisometric. Brian’s artwork is typically themed around ideas of portraiture and pop culture. 

Title: Jena frames pop
Medium: hand-drawn on paper and painted in Photoshop

“I come from a traditional fine art background. I have studied many disciplines to complement my fine art skills: photography, graphic design, screen printing, image manipulation, digital design, advertising, and branding. I have always loved drawing and sketching by hand, and I continue to do so now, even when my projects need to be completed on the computer.”

Title: Stephanie Obasi
Medium: hand drawn on paper and painted in Photoshop

“I have been fortunate to work with a number leading brands in the world such as Coca-Cola, Nike, Aston Martin, Adidas, Virgin, Uber, Microsoft, Sony, Playboy, Sony Playstation, Fiat, Sega, and the LVMH group. I have also provided expert tutorials and been featured in numerous magazines and publications such as Creative Review, Digital Arts, and Advanced Photoshop.”

Title: Meika Woollard
Medium: hand-drawn on paper and painted in Photoshop

“My work is inspired by a number of influences inside and outside of the art world. My art inspirations include Salvador Dali, Johannes Vermeer, Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, David Lachapelle, Erwin Olaf, Glen Keane, Rembrandt, and Bruce Timm.”

Title: Kelsey Merritt
Medium: hand-drawn on paper and painted in Photoshop

The image featured on the front page is titled Filippa Fransson; Medium: hand-drawn on paper and painted in Photoshop.

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