Musings on art and life.
When I first spoke to illustrator Dushan Milic about featuring his art work on my blog, I began with: “Your website is great! But I don’t really know where to start.” Dushan is an exceptionally talented and prolific artist, who can (not that he does) boast clients such as The Globe & Mail, The Walrus, The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Business Week and Alberta Oil. (I’ve selected some, at random, and in no particular order) So what is it that makes Dushan’s illustrations so special? In my opinion, it’s his own honest curiosity which comes out in every drawing, and infuses it with character and detail. His website is fun and engaging, and shows a gimps of his extensive interests, as well as links to his blog, shop and portfolio. I always enjoy when an artist’s website shares a bit about their inspirations, likes and reasoning behind the work. In short; that they tell me what they themselves like about their art. So, when deciding which illustrations to feature, I thought that his own “Favourites” would make a good selection. Then I decided that wouldn’t be very curator-y (it’s a word) of me. So I chose my own favourites…
I’ve included Dushan’s own descriptions of each illustration.
As always all images link back to the artists website. There are prints for sale too, should you be that way inclined. You can also follow him on Twitter, and “Dig” him on Dribble. A big Thank-you to Dushan for allowing me to use his images.
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