By Jake Richardson
This Illustration has been inspired by retro ideas of how our future cities will look. Tokyo for me has always represented future innovation through its involvement in developing new technology along with the dense metropolis of lights and futuristic architecture. My method for creating this work started by experimenting with compositions, helping direct the types of buildings I used in the illustration. Once a solid rough was formed I used a combination of traditional and digital process to create the illustration
● A2 (16.5 x 23.4 in) archival Giclée print
● 210gsm Hahnemühle matt-coated paper
● 50 signed limited edition prints
● Includes certificate of authenticity
Frame not included
I have an unhealthy obsession with stationary.
Dr Martens, Hardy Group, Nine By Nine.
After coming across an ‘Illustration Now’ (Taschen) book in my secondary school library.
Sketchbook, Adobe Photoshop, Wacom Tablet, Graph Paper, Layout Paper, Lightbox and a ton of traditional media to create different textures.
Documentaries, photography, music and printmaking.
Behance, this is often a place where practitioners elaborate on projects and show some of the processes behind there work.
Anything that involves researching new subjects (so everything basically).