As art increasingly becomes digital, many creatives are reverting to the time-and-tested forms of art-making such as acrylic or watercolor. One such artist is Kim Roselier, an artist-illustrator who’s been making a name through his intriguing ability to blur the lines between watercolor and digital art. Based out of Paris, Roselier’s painterly techniques have been featured by the likes of Nike and the EUROSTAR, to name a few.
Roselier’s gradient-like style of watercolor, that is effortlessly crafted in a way where it translates perfectly on-screen.
As a special ode to the world of sport, Roselier has created a series that tips the cap to both the sport of basketball and the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio. Roselier’s gradient-like style of watercolor is effortlessly crafted in a way where it translates perfectly on-screen. In addition to his sport pieces, the artist has a wide array of impressive work that also includes that of GIFs and paintings.
Kim Roselier is one that is certainly bound to appear in some of your favorite publications. Check his website for more work and be sure to keep an eye on him in the years to come.