Brazil 1985 is a beautiful poster created by Van Orton Design and directed by Terry Gilliam. I don't know much about the project besides it catching my attention not only by the colors and style, very 80s, but because my home country Brazil is the focal point.
There are so many different illustration styles and despite that, it's interesting to see how much trends affect the usage of different styles. I was not aware of the work of Enisaurus until I ran to her/hir Behance profile. It was refreshing seeing how can you add character and personality to illustration, not following trends and yet creating awesome artworks. I personally love the color and depth added to the forms. Some projects even use textures to create a more dirty look, really beautiful.
Enisaurus is a full-time freelance Commercial and Editorial Illustrator with a background in graphic design, currently working and living in the sunny lands of Valencia, Spain. He spends his life developing illustrations based on geometry to help clients around the world (companies, newspapers, magazines, and advertising), working on personal projects, reading, watching movies and tv shows, training, meditating, cooking and traveling. Always looking to be a better person and a better professional. Trying to be happy and make others happier with my work. For more information make sure to check out http://www.enisaurus.com/
My illustrations are influenced by my love for great unconventional stories, but also for the most common things that make the life most interesting and exciting.