Angular linework with abstract watercolor flow
This type of design has been a favorite of mine this past year. It uses hard lines as structural Points that allow the color work to flow without boarders. I use angular and circular linework to build separate worlds that blend and bleed into each other. The color in this type of work always has an attitude. It wants to stand out! Be ready for high contrast and sporadic color movement.
Minimalist linework with watercolor movement
This type of design doesn't rely heavily on black linework. The deepest tone of each color family is used to create depth and dimension. Minimal lines are used to give you a gestural idea of shape. The color is highly saturated and creates its own boarders with movement.