Publishville isometric vector art project was commissioned by Future Publishing in London. The art director had been let down by an illustrator and needed someone to step into the gap. Good fortune for me. I had just sent the art director an email introducing myself. He had had a look through my site and identified a style he thought would be awesome for the illustration. The brief was very specific and the timeline was now critical.
I won’t bore you with the details, but it was a very satisfying project to work on. Each step in the Publishville Isometric Vector Art journey needed to be shown as a building. Each building represented a function required to publish a magazine. This is how it turned out and needless to say the client was delighted. I was grateful for the opportunity and hope to secure other projects like this going forward.
I love to create these little worlds, and I am constantly looking for opportunities to show my chops when it comes to vector isometric art. I think I’m pretty good at it. Considering some of my vector isometric art was shortlisted for an illustration award last year, I think other people agree with me! 😉
Vector Art is definitely one of my specialities, if you’d like to see more of my work in this style, please visit my Vector Art or Isometric Art pages. I am sure you’ll agree it’s definitely my passion!