Self Portrait (No. 23 / B5 Series) and Others by Matt W. Moore
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Self Portrait (No. 12 / B5 Series) by Matt W Moore
Although it would seem that Matt W. Moore is currently better known for his color work – he just had a feature article about him in Computer Arts Magazine in which he discusses his Vectorfunk style – I love this guy’s black and white art. He explores different shapes and uses clear and crisp lines. I am particularly impressed with his mandalas (drawing these myself) and how well they are executed for the fact that they are hand-drawn (as opposed to using Illustrator as his the case for many of his color works).
Matt just released B5 (from which these images are taken), a collection of black and white prints available for purchase, to complement Alphafont 3.0, a font type exploration done in color. This guy kicks ass so check out his website MWM Graphics, his blog, or follow him on Twitter.
No. 19 (B5 Series) by Matt W Moore
No. 20 (B5 Series) by Matt W Moore
No. 23 (B5 Series) by Matt W Moore
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