Two friends – Jack Hudson and Adam Hancher

Adam Hancher

This even­ing I‘ve decided to present some­thing simply beau­ti­ful: two good friends from Great Britain Jack Hudson and Adam Hancher.

Adam Hancher

These two young illus­trat­ors are friends not only because they know each other in real­ity, but also because of the styl­ist­ics of their works. After dis­cov­er­ing A.Hancher‘s land­scape of the Arctic, which has been dec­or­at­ing my desktop for two weeks already, it didn‘t take me long to come across his part­ner J. Hudson.

I got quite puzzled after set­ting eyes on their quite sim­ilar works and tech­niques, but I found some dif­fer­ences after going deeper into them, which totally sep­ar­ates the two painters.

Although J. Hudson has some illus­tra­tions resem­bling A.Hancher’s, he stands out with his sense of humour and sar­casm in his works. While A.Hancher is stick­ing to a steady pace and tech­nique, a simple but con­stant com­pos­i­tion pre­vails in his illus­tra­tions, the motives are mys­tical, some­times cosy in a romantic way, suit­able to illus­trate children‘s books.

Jack Hudson
Jack Hudson

Check out their anim­a­tions as well, they are great!

J.Hudson and A.Hancher film ‘Wilhelm the Maker’
Strange humor of J.Hudson
Jack Hudson
Jack Hudson
Jack Hudson
Jack Hudson
Adam Hancher
Adam Hancher
Adam Hancher

More info here and here.

Aleksandr Pasevin
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Aleksandr Pasevin is Art Pit’s strategist and designer, responsible for organization’s creative solutions. Aleksandr is also actively interested in new technologies, their connection with creativity and usage in cultural organizations. Aleksandr dislikes long discussions and considerations, and he mostly expresses his opinion quickly about whet... Read further >
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