Stefan Glerum: Illustration

Stefan Glerum

Amsterdam based illustrator Stefan Glerum has a unique style that I can’t get enough of. He uses rich colors, textures, and geometric shapes to create this abstracted totemic like figure for the flyer of music event Dog Day Disco. His use of typography is also thoughtfully executed in its shape and simplicity.

Stefan’s style looks perfectly aged with its intricate line work, colorful textures, humorous themes, and thoughtful typography. Reminiscent of Art Deco and Bauhaus, Stefan’s work continues in the fine tradition of illustration. To see more of his work, visit his website and be sure to pick up a print or two at his shop.

Stefan Glerum

Stefan Glerum

Stefan Glerum

Stefan Glerum

Stefan Glerum, illustration

Stefan Glerum

Stefan Glerum

Stefan Glerum

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So proud of this guy.

Me too. I really love his work…it’s killer!

please can you interview darling clementine, sanna mander or sanna annukka?

elle |

Found design |

Mmm, Art Deco and Bauhaus, for sure, but certainly Joost Swarte and RAW magazine in the mix too.

As Elle says…..please interview Sanna Annukka, it would be great to hear about her work practice, current projects & where her inspiration comes from.
It seems, despite her productivity, there isn’t much info about her on the web – even via her own website!!

jonathan |

Found design |

Interesting retro style. He obviously has a full library of the Push Pin Graphic magazine stashed in his library. The influence of Seymour Chwast’s illustrations from the 1950′s are evident. Very nice stuff…

it’s the influence of Joost Swarte also.

staaf |

Found design |

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