Roel Venderbosch recently posted a series of illustrations on his Behance page that range from weird and wonderful figures to contempt-worthy cartoons. Ever versatile and busy, Venderbosch works as an illustrator for magazines and newspapers, does graphic design in the music industry and draws comics infused with an offbeat and infectious sense of humor.
From a rather slug-like man soaking in a bath to a Disney-like dog jauntily walking down a street, the Nijmegen, Netherlands-based artist maintains a stylistic coherence through varied foci. Central to this style, is Venderbosch's use of color. A careful viewing of his work featured here will show that the Dutch artist and graphic designer tends to prominently emphasize a single color or shade in each piece.
Crisply Creepy Cartoons
More Stats +/-
Playful Polygonal Portraits
Crazy Caricatured Cartoons
Contemporary Satirical Images
Geometric Iconography Film Prints
Ghoulishly Girly Drawings