Alexander Wells' Digital Drawings Feel Hand-Drawn

By: Jason Soy - Published: Aug 9, 2011 • References: & abduzeedo
Though these Alexander Wells illustrations are crisp in a way that can only be accomplished with the aid of computers, Wells still manages to give every one of his pieces a very analog feeling. Whether it's his use of colors or cel-shaded drawings of people, viewers can’t help but engage and feel Alexander Wells’ creative works of art.

Alexander Wells is a UK-based freelance illustrator. His extensive client list includes Glenfiddich Whiskey, Wired Magazine, The Guardian, Mojo Magazine and The Financial Times. I’m still unsure of how he manages to so seamlessly combine vectorized imaging with a hand-drawn quality.

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