Hello everyone! My name is Ilya, I work as a UX/UI designer at Projector design. And today, together with the team, we are launching a series of weekly educational posts about styles in design with examples in Figma. It will be interesting:). And the first hero of our rubric will be Pop Art.
So, let’s start. Pop art is an artistic movement that combines the fine arts and British-American pop culture of the 50s and 60s of the XX century. From English popular art — «popular art», and pop also means «sharp clap». Therefore, the term «pop art» has a double meaning: «art for the masses» and something shocking. These two words perfectly convey the main concept of this direction.
- Excursion into history
- Vibe pop art
- Pop art in design today
- Cool cases on Behance
- Abstract expressionism
- Art Nouveau
- Abstract art
- Concept art
- Art Deco
- Surreal automatism
- Social realism
- Outsider Art
- Installation art
- Land art
- Pattern Styles
Excursion into history
In many ways, the emergence of pop art is a reaction to abstract expressionism, which has been popular since the 1940s. Expressionism was non-objective, complex and non-obvious for a simple layman. Artists and designers expressed their «inner self» through it, and often only other artists could understand this expression of themselves. Therefore, it is quite logical that he was replaced by a style, the symbol of which was simplicity and clarity.
The Pop Art movement originated in London in 1952, its founders were the artists Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns. They actively disseminated their ideas in the Independent Group, a community of young artists, critics, architects and writers (an association whose members explored the impact of technology, popular culture and advertising on contemporary art), which, in addition to them, included Richard Hamilton, Nigel Henderson, John McHale, Eduardo Paolozzi and William Turnbull, who subsequently held exhibitions with the first examples of Pop Art.
A landmark event was the exhibition «This is Tomorrow», which took place in Hollywood in 1956. The paintings featured Hollywood movie stars in movie stills with magnification. The exhibition attracted a large number of visitors and aroused a clear interest among many graduates of the art school who decided to join this movement. And the collage (second photo) by artist Richard Hamilton «What makes our homes today so different, so attractive?» became a symbol of the new style.
After some time, pop art will be dubbed «the art of social equality». This happened due to the fact that the direction has gained incredible popularity through consumer goods (various packs of chips, tubes of pasta, milk packages, etc.), that is, through goods that are available and necessary for a person of any social stratum.
Painted bronze. 1960
Vibe pop art
The style is characterized by collage-style technique, photo printing, alternation of different textures, bright colors, as well as inscriptions in the form of a motto or slogan, thanks to which the picture almost does not differ from an advertising poster. Pop art is incredibly colorful and bright, manages to combine the incongruous and often balances on the verge of bad taste and vulgarity, but never crosses this line. There is a zest in the very inconsistency of pop art, it is always unexpectedly appropriate. Pop art is a style that can surprise. He instantly captures the viewer, catches his attention. Familiar images attract the eye, lead to slight confusion, fascinate. Rich colors and unusual shapes fill the space with energy, while repetitive design elements set the rhythm of modern life.
Blurring of the concept between «high» and «low» art. The foundation of the genre was the idea of the absence of a hierarchy in culture. Inspiration could come from any source.
Emotional detachment. Although the approaches and works were very different, all of them were united by a cold distancing in emotions. Some see it as an acceptance by the popular world, others as a shocked retreat.
Lack of deep meaning. Simplicity is both a strength and something for which the direction has been severely criticized. The meaning of pop art lies on the surface.
Pop art in design today
Artists and designers who adhere to pop art have managed to create something that remains relevant in different time periods and social norms. In an era when digital technologies have completely taken over our lives, pop art has become something for granted, its characteristics are ideally suited to our current environment. Perhaps today, more than ever, the movement is absolutely ubiquitous, partly because of nostalgia and partly because of its particularly captivating aesthetic.
You can see this style applied in many products and interfaces around you:
Art and art installations
Cool cases on Behance
A cool example of a stage-by-stage built site in the style of pop art from Ekaterina Lobova
Interesting realization of the book cover by Tsai Chia-Hao
Exciting concepts by Pablo Brandão
Gorgeous posters by Nick Barclay
Styling by kissmiklos
This article provides a detailed guide with 33 areas of the art of painting, corresponding to the style of painting and artists.
Painting «Stonebreaker» by Gustave Courbet
Realism seeks to accurately reflect reality in art. Artists working in this style often create works that appear realistic and detailed in their depiction of objects, people, and places.
Painting «Impression, Sunrise» by Claude Monet.
Impressionism captures the fleeting nature of light and color in outdoor scenes. Impressionist paintings are characterized by their use of fine brush strokes, bright colors, and emphasis on the effects of light and shadow.
Painting «The Scream» by Edvard Munch.
Expressionism emphasizes the artist’s inner emotions and experiences over an objective representation of reality. Expressionist work often uses bold colors, distorted forms, and unconventional techniques to convey strong emotion.
The painting «The Persistence of Memory» by Salvador Dali.
Surrealism explores the subconscious and dreams. Surrealist work often contains bizarre, dream-like imagery that challenges traditional notions of reality.
«Jackson Pollock Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist)» painting.
A style that emphasizes the physical process of creating art rather than depicting recognizable objects. Abstract Expressionist works are characterized by their use of large canvases, gesticulating brush strokes, and non-representational forms.
Painting «Campbell’s Soup Cans» by Andy Warhol.
Pop art combines popular culture and consumer goods into art. Pop Art pieces often use bright colors and bold graphic designs to criticize and comment on contemporary society.
Painting «Avignon Maidens» by Pablo Picasso.
Cubism divides objects into geometric shapes and planes. Cubist work often depicts multiple points of view at the same time, creating a fragmented and abstracted image.
Painting «Woman in a hat» by Henri Matisse.
A style that uses bright colors and bold brushstrokes to create vibrant, energetic work. Fauvist paintings often emphasize the artist’s emotional response to the subject, rather than the desire for a realistic depiction.
Painting «Sunday on the island of La Grande Jatte» by Georges Seurat.
A style that uses small dots or color accents to create a more three-dimensional image. Pointillist work often appears as if it vibrates or shimmers due to optical color mixing.
Painting «The Calling of Saint Matthew» by Caravaggio.
A style characterized by grandeur, drama and a sense of movement. Baroque works often feature dynamic compositions, intense lighting, and an emphasis on emotional expression.
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Painting «Swing» by Jean-Honore Fragonard.
A style characterized by playful, carefree themes and decorative patterns. Rococo works often depict scenes from everyday life and are characterized by pastel colors and fine details.
Painting «Mona Lisa» by Leonardo da Vinci.
A style characterized by an emphasis on the human form and the natural world. Renaissance works often feature realistic perspective, a sense of harmony and balance, and a celebration of classical ideals.
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Painting «Liberty Leading the People» by Eugene Delacroix.
A style that emphasizes emotion, imagination and individualism. Romantic works often feature dramatic landscapes, heroic figures, and an interest in exotic or supernatural subjects.
Painting «Death of Socrates» by Jacques-Louis David.
A style inspired by classical antiquity and the ideals of reason, order and symmetry.
Painting «Die Fahne Hoch!» (Banners up!) Frank Stella.
A style that uses simple geometric shapes and a limited color palette to create a sense of order and clarity. Minimalist work often emphasizes the materials and process of creating the artwork rather than the final product.
Painting «The Seasons» by Alphonse Mucha.
A style characterized by the use of organic shapes, flowing lines and decorative motifs. Art Nouveau works often include natural elements such as flowers, leaves, and vines, and are distinguished by a sense of elegance and sophistication.
Painting «Starry Night» by Vincent van Gogh.
A style inspired by the innovations of Impressionism, incorporating more intense colors and subjective, emotional expression. Post-Impressionist work is often characterized by thick, unemotional brush strokes and an interest in symbolism and the artist’s inner world.
The painting «Composition VIII» by Wassily Kandinsky.
A style that is not representative, focusing solely on color, shape and texture. Abstract works often seek to evoke an emotional response from the viewer, leaving interpretation open to individual experience.
Painting «Fountain» by Marcel Duchamp.
A style that emphasizes the idea or concept behind a work of art rather than its physical execution. Conceptual works often challenge traditional notions of what art is and may take the form of instructions, plans, or proposals.
Painting «Large self-portrait» by Chuck Close.
A style that uses photography as a guide to create hyper-detailed and realistic paintings. Photorealistic work often incorporates elements of pop culture and everyday life, and may comment on issues of representation and perception.
Painting «Self-portrait of Tamara de Lempicka (Tamara in green Bugatti)».
A style characterized by sleek, streamlined shapes and the use of industrial materials such as metal and glass. Art Deco works often feature bold geometric shapes and an emphasis on luxury and glamour.
Painting «Battle of the Fishes» by Andre Masson.
A style that involves the automatic, spontaneous creation of drawings or paintings, often using random or chaotic processes. Works of surreal automatism often seek to penetrate the subconscious and may contain elements of dream imagery or free association.
Painting «Black Square» by Kazimir Malevich.
A style that emphasizes the use of geometric shapes and primary colors to achieve a feeling of absolute purity and simplicity. Suprematist works often reject representation in favor of abstraction and focus on the fundamental building blocks of art.
Painting «American Gothic» by Grant Wood.
A style that celebrates the unique character and culture of a particular region or place. Regionalist works often depict rural or small-town life and may contain elements of nostalgia or celebration of local identities.
Painting «Proun 99» by El Lisicki.
A style that emphasizes the use of geometric shapes and industrial materials to create functional and socially useful art. Constructivist works often include elements of design and architecture, and may contain political or social messages.
Detroit Industrial Murals by Diego Rivera.
A style that seeks to portray the lives and struggles of ordinary people, often in a political or social context. Social realist works often contain elements of protest or criticism, and may depict scenes from the life of the working class or marginalized communities.
«Man under the Pyramid» by Anselm Kiefer.
A style that emerged in the 1980s as a reaction to the austerity of minimalism and conceptualism, often using large, emotionally charged images and a highly expressive approach to painting. Neo-expressionist works often contain political or social criticism and may include elements of myth, history, or personal experience.
Painting «Stills from the film without a title №48» Cindy Sherman.
A style that emerged in the late 20th century as a reaction to the dominant styles and ideologies of modernism, often using appropriation, irony and pastiche as a way to question the authority of art and culture. Postmodern work often contains a sense of self-reflection and playfulness, and can challenge conventional notions of identity and representation.
Painting «Fall» Bridget Riley.
A style that uses optical illusions and visual illusions to create a sense of movement and vibration, often using geometric patterns and contrasting colors. Op art artwork often seeks to explore the relationship between perception and reality and can be characterized by a sense of dynamic tension or disorientation.
Painting «The Story of the Vivian Girls» by Henry Darger.
A style characterized by its raw, unprepared approach to art, often using unconventional materials and themes to create very personal and idiosyncratic works. Outsider art often defies conventional wisdom about aesthetics and technique, and may contain elements of fantasy, obsession, or isolation.
Painting «Mirror Room of Infinity» by Yayoi Kusama.
A style that seeks to create an immersive multi-sensory experience for the viewer, often using a combination of materials and techniques such as sculpture, lighting, sound and video. Installation art often seeks to transform the physical space of a gallery or museum and can challenge the viewer’s perception of their surroundings.
«Spiral Jetty» by Robert Smithson.
A style that uses natural materials and landscapes as a way of exploring the relationship between art and the environment. Land art often seeks to challenge the traditional boundaries of art and sculpture, and may use large-scale site-specific works to create a sense of awe and wonder.
Banksy’s «Girl with a Balloon» painting.
A style that incorporates many techniques and approaches, often using public spaces and buildings as a canvas for art and self-expression. Street art often seeks to challenge the authority of mainstream art and culture and may contain a sense of social and political criticism. Works in this style may include graffiti, stencils, murals, and installations, and may be characterized by a sense of improvisation and spontaneity.
We talk about 19 main styles and their main features.
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The manner in which the artist created the image of the subject and the way he expressed his vision determine the style of the drawing.
The ability to navigate different styles will help bring your ideas to life, because each direction conveys a message with a certain intonation.
In this article we will analyze and show:
Technique is determined by how the artist worked with form and elements, color, composition, how he conveyed the anatomy of a person or animal.
A sketch is a quick drawing without detailed details. It is performed to, for example, sketch a situation, setting, show a concept or idea.
Most often, sketches are drawn with a pen, pencil, charcoal, pastel, markers or.
A sketch of a human figure on a Jerusalem street is digital but looks like a freehand ink drawing. Image: CaleshCalesh / Shutterstock
From English, doodle is translated as “doodle”, and this reflects the nature of the style. Doodles are drawings with arbitrary composition and many details. They can depict something concrete or abstract.
Markers are often used for doodling.
Calendar cover. The images on the surface are densely arranged — as the style of doodling requires. Image: Varvara Nevzorova / Behance
This style includes still lifes, portraits and landscapes made with continuous lines of the same color. In such drawings there are no shading, shadows and colors: the volume and texture of objects arise due to the thickness and brightness of the lines.
For line drawing, a graphite pencil, pen, pen or black marker is suitable.
Still life. The plaster mask is drawn with one line Image: Polina Shutova / «Simple School»
Geometric style drawings are made up of polygons. It can be portraits of people, animals or patterns — they all look like complex «calculated» designs.
Pencils, pens and drawing tools — liners or ink liner are suitable for such drawing.
Geometric rabbit figure Image: NabillaJKT / Shutterstock
Drawings in a realistic style show reality as accurately as possible. Artists copy the shape of the object and its details, work a lot with shading and tone to give the image volume.
It is convenient to work out the shadows in realistic drawings with graphite pencils.
Realistic drawings of fragrant herbsImage: Bodor Tivadar / Shutterstock
Drawings in a hyper-realistic style are easy to confuse with photographs — they look so accurate, detailed and voluminous. They are distinguished from realistic images by even more careful study of shadows and reflections.
Drawings are made with simple or colored pencils, acrylics or watercolors.
Portrait in hyper-realistic style. The reflection of the sun on the skin makes it look like a black and white photograph. Image: Dirk Dzimirsky
In the drawings, the artist does not show the exact image of a person or animal, but his character. As a rule, the proportions of the faces and bodies of people and animals are exaggerated: for example, in anime and manga styles, people have very small noses and lips, and wide cheekbones.
Any medium is suitable for drawing.
Cartoon Style StageImage: Emil Paun / Dribbble
The basis of typographic drawings is inscriptions and letters. Calligraphic or freehand handwriting fills in the shapes of objects like patterns. This style is closely related to .
Drawings can be done with any tool, but to make the lines accurate, pens, ink or markers are often used.
The mascara bottle is drawn with a pattern of words in the Malayali language — it is common in the southwest of India. Image: Vishnu K V / Behance
Drawings are used for various work tasks: for example, to study, show scientific findings or record facts. These tasks determine the style of drawing.
Academic or classical style is the basis of art and architecture education. Thanks to him, students learn the principles of constructing simple and complex forms, develop imaginative thinking and skills in working with tonality and volume.
As a rule, educational academic drawings are made with a simple pencil.
The most common subject of academic drawings is the plaster head of ancient sculpture Image: Paula Julija Savaja / Behance
drawings show the structure of an object, a plan or a diagram of a process. The task of the image is to demonstrate and explain the connections between the parts of the whole. Drawings in a diagrammatic style are needed in science and education, engineering and industrial design. They can accurately reproduce all the details of the subject or, conversely, be schematic, and individual parts will have captions and explanations.
As a rule, diagrammatic drawings are made with pens and pencils. They can also be drawn with chalk or a marker on a blackboard.
Diagrammatic drawing of «the center of the soul in the three ventricles of the brain» by Leonardo da VinciImage: Public Domain
Technical drawings depict objects in their actual proportions to show the design idea. Such graphics are done before design drawings are created: they help to visualize the future part of the car, garment or interior and, if necessary, improve the concept.
In technical drawing, complex drawing tools are not used: projections and volumes are built by hand with a pencil or a liner. If you need to show color solutions, they take watercolors.
Fortress concept by Instinct for IKEA: this technical drawing makes it clear what the sofa cushions, bed sheet, bedspread and clothespins should look like Image: IKEA
Architectural drawings depict future or existing buildings. Thanks to such illustrations, one can understand the aesthetics, the main accent features and the position of the building in the environment.
Architectural drawing is closer to restrained sketching than to precise drawing: it is done with any graphic means — markers, pencils, charcoal, watercolor, ink.
Drawing of the thermal complex in Sidi Harazem, MoroccoImage: gkatz / Shutterstock
In the fashion industry, designers draw clothes and accessories on elongated and angular human figures. The drawings look schematic, bright and at the same time airy. The main emphasis is on the texture and folds of textiles, on colors, patterns and the main details of the image.
For drawing in fashion style, you can take acrylic, watercolor and markers.
Image: Monika Misiak / Behance
Due to the ban on photography and video filming, a special kind of drawings appeared in the courtrooms — court sketches. As a rule, with their help, artists capture the dynamics of the process and the mood of the participants. The authors document the situation very quickly, not carefully, the composition sometimes combines several scenes at once.
To draw court sketches, you need pastel pencils or charcoal.
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Visual storytelling, like oral storytelling, can be built allegorically or straightforwardly, in the format of a fairy tale or satire. And the way the author wants to convey the plot to the viewer determines the style of the drawing.
If the drawings do not show objects of the real world, but express the idea, atmosphere or character of the hero through lines, color, chiaroscuro, textures, this is an abstract style. Such drawing is also called objectless or non-figurative.
You can use any materials and tools that help express the idea.
A series of works on natural textures. The author placed natural materials under sheets of paper and reproduced lines and volume with graphite pencils. Image: Bogdan Katsuba / Behance
Drawings in the style are light, carefree, the plot in them is fabulous. Images can be detailed or, on the contrary, as simplified as possible, bright or pastel. An artist can reproduce real objects quite accurately, but they will definitely contain fictitious elements. This style is often used in illustrations for children’s books.
It is worth using “airy” materials: watercolor, colored pencils, pastels.
Writer Kurt Vonnegut drew this picture with pen and felt-tip pensImage: Kurt Vonnegut / The Monacelli Press
Drawings in a naive or primitive style are simplified images and unpretentious plots. They have a distorted perspective, as if the image has only one plan. Details are drawn evenly throughout the composition, and there are no chiaroscuro and subtle elaboration of volume.
Naive style requires clear contours, so acrylic, oil pastels, pencils and gouache are suitable for it.
Oil pastel drawing of a cat: no fine details, and the background does not look like a second plan Image: Justas Jelisejevas / Behance
The facial expressions of people are exaggerated in the drawings in the caricature style, there is no detail. The plot is always based on a social or political problem, and the characters are characteristic or known in society. The author of the drawing expresses his idea through humor, satire and exaggeration.
Caricature drawings are usually monochrome and done with ink.
Kukryniksy, «Beloved aid». In a cartoon drawing, a scene with a tattooed sailor and a surprised child Image: Perm Art Gallery
Drawings in a «bad» or «childish» style look as if the author knows nothing about technique, anatomy rules and the laws of building perspective. Their plots can be banal or strange, compositions can be unpretentious, and colors can be bright and flat. The author of a bad drawing expressively conveys his idea through the rejection of conformal aesthetics and apparent amateurism.
It is best to draw with «children’s» materials: colored pencils, gouache, felt-tip pens.
Drawing from The Bad Girl series by Louise Bourgeois, famous sculptor and graphic artistImage: Louise Bourgeois / The Museum of Modern Art
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In this article, I present to you an inspiring collection of 85 illustration techniques and styles available in Midjourney. From classical approaches to modern experiments.
1. Children’s book illustration style
Children’s book illustration style is an artistic approach specifically designed for children’s books that combines brightness, playfulness, and visibility.
2. Illustrations in the style of contemporary art
Modern art style illustrations are creative and original images created using modern techniques and concepts.
3. Illustrations in the style of fantasy mythology
Fantasy mythology illustrations are magical and fantastic images inspired by myths, legends and folklore.
Promt: cat, Illustrations in the style of fantasy mythology
4. Popular Science Film Poster Design Style
The sci-fi movie poster design style is a unique and prominent visual expression that combines science and popular elements.
Promt: meteorite, Poster design style of popular science films
5. Drawing style of caricature portraits
The caricature portrait style is an artistic approach that enhances and highlights the features of a face or figure in order to create a comic or recognizable image.
Promt: cat, Style of drawing cartoon portraits
6. Illustrations in the style of futuristic architecture
Illustrations in the style of futuristic architecture are a visual representation of future urban landscapes and architectural concepts.
Promt: House, Illustrations in the style of futuristic architecture
7. Collage of natural materials
Nature collage illustration is an artistic approach that uses various natural materials such as leaves, flowers, twigs, sand, or rocks to create an image.
8. Comic style
Comic style is an artistic approach used to create comics and graphic stories.
Promt: Man and Horse Comic Book Style
Cubism is a style of illustration and painting that developed in the early 20th century. A characteristic feature of cubism is the decomposition of objects into geometric shapes such as cubes, cones and cylinders
10. Vector graphics
Vector graphics in illustration is an image creation style based on mathematical primitives such as lines, curves and polygons.
Promt: Bridge, Vector Graphics
11. Graphic design style for websites
Website graphic design style is an artistic approach used to create the visual appearance and interface of websites.
Promt: cat, Graphic design style for websites
Fashion illustration is an illustration style that focuses on fashion and style. In this style, illustrations usually feature fashion characters, models, clothes, and accessories.
Promt: woman, Fashion illustration style
13. Space sci-fi style illustrations
Space sci-fi style illustrations are visual representations of space worlds, travels and fantasy creatures.
Promt: Sky, Space Fiction Illustrations
14. Cyberpunk graphics style illustrations
Cyberpunk graphics style illustrations reflect the aesthetics of cyberpunk, a sci-fi genre that combines elements of technological progress, cybernetics and punk culture.
Promt: fox, cyberpunk graphics illustrations
15. Technique of drawing on glass bottles
This technique is commonly used to decorate glass bottles, vases, glasses and other glass objects.
Promt: Swan, Painting Techniques on Glass Bottles
16. Manga Comic Drawing Style
Manga comic book drawing style is an artistic approach inspired by Japanese manga. It is characterized by certain features such as large eyes, expressive faces, emotional expressions, dynamic poses, and the use of thick lines to outline characters and objects.
17. Polymer clay modeling technique
The polymer clay illustration technique is a method of using polymer clay to create three-dimensional elements and details in illustrations. Polymer clay is a flexible material that, when heated, becomes hard and resistant to various influences.
Promt: Dog, Polymer Clay Molding Technique
18. Paper weaving technique
The paper weaving technique in illustration is the process of creating images by twisting and folding narrow strips of paper.
Promt: apple, paper weaving technique
19. Calligraphic writing technique
Calligraphic illustration technique is the art of creating beautiful and elegant fonts and lettering using special tools and techniques.
Promt: letter, m, Calligraphic writing technique
20. Abstract expressionist style
The Abstract Expressionist style of illustration is an artistic approach that expresses emotions, moods, and inner states through abstract and expressive forms.
Promt: boy, Abstract Expressionist Style
21. Style of drawing architectural models
In this style, the emphasis is on the visual representation of architectural elements such as buildings, structures, landscaping and surroundings.
Promt: house, Style of drawing architectural models
22. Illustrations in the style of surreal poetry
Surreal poetry illustrations combine elements of fantasy, dreams and unexpected combinations to create visual images that evoke a sense of unreality and mystery.
Promt: Moscow, Surrealist Poetry Illustrations
23. Illustrations in the style of folk art
Illustrations in the style of folk art reflect the traditional and cultural characteristics of various peoples and ethnic groups.
Promt: Forest, Folk Art Style Illustrations
24. Geometric style
Geometric style is an artistic approach based on the use of geometric shapes, lines and patterns in the creation of illustrations.
Promt: chest of drawers, Geometric style
25. Comic style noir
The noir comic style refers to the noir film genre, which is characterized by a dark, gloomy and grotesque mood. Noir comic style illustrations are dominated by dark shadows, contrasting lighting and deep tone transitions.
Promt: cat, Comic Book Style noir
26. Tattoo style
Tattoo style is an artistic approach used to create unique and personal body tattoos.
Promt: Butterfly, Tattoo Style
27. Contour technique
The contour technique in the illustration is distinguished by the use of clear and expressive lines that outline the contours of objects, shapes and forms. In this technique, special attention is paid to the contour, which becomes the basis for creating a graphic composition.
Promt: Flowers, Contour technique
28. Neon style
Neon illustration style is characterized by bright, saturated colors that mimic the effect of neon glowing. This style uses contrasting color combinations, often pairing bright hues to create eye-catching illustrations.
Promt: A couple in love, Neon style
29. Glass mosaic style
The glass mosaic style of illustration is a technique in which the use of small pieces of glass in various colors and shapes creates an image or composition.
Promt: fire, Glass mosaic style
30. Cartoon style
The cartoon style of the illustration features exaggerated shapes, bright colors, and a playful nature. It is inspired by cartoons and comics and is used to create caricature and caricature-like images.
Promt: A couple in love, Cartoon Style
31. Glitter and sequins
Glitter and sequins are elements that add a sparkling and iridescent glitter effect to an illustration.
Promt: A couple in love, Glitter and sequins
Pop art is a style of illustration that emerged in the mid-1950s and is characterized by the use of bright and saturated colors, mass images, and elements of popular culture.
Promt: Cat and Dog, Pop Art
Minimalism in illustration is a style that is characterized by simple shapes, minimal detail, and simplified compositions. This style uses clean lines, flat color patches, and a minimal set of elements.
34. Mixed materials technique
Mixed media illustration is a style that combines different materials and techniques to create unique illustrations.
Promt: Monkey, Mixed material technique
35. Wall painting style
Wall painting style in illustration is a form of artistic expression in which drawings are transferred to walls.
Promt: Elephant, Wall Painting Style
36. Illustrations in the style of psychedelic painting
Psychedelic painting style illustrations are bright, abstract and expressive works often associated with the psychedelic arts of the 1960s.
Promt: A blooming garden, Illustrations in the style of psychedelic painting
37. Victorian illustrations
The style is characterized by detail, elegance and aesthetic exuberance. Illustrations in this style are often reproduced on engravings, lithographs and in books of the time.
Promt: Score, Victorian-era illustrations
38. Horror movie style illustrations
Horror movie style illustrations reflect the atmosphere of fear, mysticism and surprise that characterizes this genre. They often use dark colors, deep shadows and contrasts.
Promt: Doll, Horror Movie Illustrations
38. Illustrations in the style of postmodernism
Postmodern illustrations reflect the artistic concept associated with the postmodern approach.
Promt: Dance, Postmodernist illustrations
39. Wire weaving technique
The wire weaving technique in illustration is a way of creating images using flexible metal wire.
Promt: Teapot, Weaving Techniques from Wire
40. Origami technique
The origami illustration technique is the art of folding paper to create three-dimensional shapes and compositions.
Promt: fox, origami technique
41. Embroidery technique
The embroidery technique in the illustration is the process of creating images using a needle and threads that penetrate the base of the material, forming various seams and patterns.
Promt: landscape, Embroidery technique
42. Illustrations in the style of cubo-futurism
Cubo-Futurist illustrations combine elements of cubism and futurism, two art movements that emerged in the early 20th century.
Promt: Bear, Cubo-Futuristic Illustrations
43. Illustrations in the style of the post-apocalyptic world
Post-apocalyptic style illustrations display images and scenes that represent the world after a global catastrophe or devastating events.
Promt: City, Post-Apocalyptic World Illustrations
44. Graphic design technique for logos
The graphic design technique for illustration logos includes various techniques and approaches used to create unique and memorable logos.
Promt: phone, graphic design technique for logos
45. Film noir illustrations
Film noir illustrations are artistic representations inspired by the aesthetics of classic film noir.
Promt: Running dog, Film noir style illustrations
46. Decoupage style
Decoupage style in illustration is a technique in which images and elements of various materials are pasted onto a surface, creating a composition.
Promt: bottle, Decoupage Style
47. Clay sculpture technique
The clay sculpture technique in illustration is the process of creating three-dimensional images and figures from clay.
Promt: Jug, Clay Sculpture Technique
48. Bead weaving technique
The beadwork technique in illustration is the process of creating images and compositions using small beaded beads.
Promt: Necklace, Bead Weaving Technique
49. Disney style illustrations
Style inspired by animated films and characters created by Walt Disney Studios.
Promt: Princess, Disney style illustrations
50. Vine weaving technique
The vine weaving technique in the illustration is the process of creating images using flexible and flexible vine branches.
Promt: armchair, Vine weaving technique
51. Watercolor technique
The watercolor technique in illustration uses water-soluble paints that are applied to the surface.
Promt: cat, Maine Coon, watercolor
Impressionism in illustration is a style inspired by the Impressionism movement in painting. He aims to convey instant impressions and emotions through light, color and atmosphere.
Promt: Man and Horse, Impressionism
Expressionism in illustration is a style that seeks to convey strong emotions, inner feelings and intensity through distorted forms, bright colors and dramatic compositions.
54. Cybergothic illustrations
Cybergothic illustrations are a combination of cyberpunk and gothic style, creating an atmosphere of a technological future mixed with dark and romantic gothic elements.
Promt: flowers, cybergothic illustrations
Surrealism in illustrations is a style that seeks to explore the world of the subconscious and unusual, fantasy worlds through unexpected combinations of objects, metaphors and absurd situations.
Futurism in illustration is a style that explores and represents future technology, progress and dynamism in its work.
Realism in illustration is a style that strives for maximum authenticity and natural fidelity in the image.
Promt: vase with flowers, realism
Naturalism in illustration is a style that strives to reproduce nature and the world around us as accurately and realistically as possible.
The «pointillism» drawing technique in an illustration is a method in which an image is created using many small dots placed next to each other.
60. Information graphics
Info graphics is a style of art and design that is used to visualize information and data. It combines elements of graphics, illustration and design.
Promt: Diagram, Information Graphics
70. Soap sculpture technique
The soap sculpture technique in illustration is the creation of three-dimensional images using soap clays.
Promt: Bouquet, Soap Sculpture
The quilling style of illustration is a technique for creating images using thin strips of paper twisted and glued into various shapes and patterns.
Food illustration is a style of art that specializes in the depiction of food, dishes and anything related to cooking.
Promt: Cube, Food Art
73. Sketches and illustrations on paper napkins
Paper napkin sketches and illustrations are a unique and unusual art technique in which designs are created on small paper napkins.
Promt: flowers, creating sketches and illustrations on paper napkins
74. Pictogram Art
Pictogram Art is a style of illustration that uses simplified graphic symbols or pictograms to convey information or an idea.
Promt: ice cream, Pictogram Art
75. Color Field Painting
The Color Field Painting technique is a style and approach in contemporary art that emphasizes the use of large, uniform areas of color on the plane of the canvas.
Promt: Color Field Painting
76. Ice carving
Ice Carving is an illustration style that uses ice to create sculptural illustrations.
Promt: Flowers, Ice Carving
77. Gond Painting
The Gond Painting technique is a traditional painting style developed by the Gond tribe in central India. This unique art form expresses a deep connection with the nature, mythology and spirituality of this region.
Promt: Home, Gond Painting
78. Digital illustration
Digital illustration is the process of creating images using computer tools and programs.
Promt: Teapot, Digital Illustration
79. Storybook Illustration
Storybook Illustration is an illustration style that is used to visually represent fairy tales and children’s books.
Promt: car, Storybook Illustration
80. Isometric 3D
3D Isometric Illustration is an illustration style that uses isometric projection to create a 3D effect on a plane.
Promt: banana, isometric 3D
81. 3D Rendering
A digital illustration technique in which computer software is used to create three-dimensional images with a photorealistic or stylized look.
Promt: Boy, 3D Rendering
82. Low Poly Art
Low poly digital illustration is a style that uses a small number of geometric shapes to create minimalistic designs.
Promt: glass, Low Poly Art
83. Flat style
Flat style (or «flat illustration style») is a modern and popular style of illustration that is characterized by simplified forms, crisp outlines, and flat color fills.
Promt: cup of coffee, Flat style
84. Ink Illustration
Ink illustration is a style of drawing that uses ink, usually applied with a pen, brush or other instrument, to create crisp lines and vivid shapes.
Promt: wolf, Ink Illustration
85. 2D illustration
2D illustration is a style of art that is created on a two-dimensional plane.
Promt: Woman, 2D illustration