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Paul Sizer’s new design & illustration web site, full of Art Deco Goodness

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Paul Sizer has created a new, improved gallery web site for his art and illustration. All right-thinking people should go there, posthaste.

Sizer’s very graphic portraiture and illustration is often accented with some swell machine age typography, as you can easily see here. The work’s playful but very well executed.

He’s done quite a lot of work on projects for the electronic musician Thomas Dolby. Dolby’s been doing this long enough that the "electronic" is grandfathered in; how much these days isn’t electronic, in one way or another?

Oh! I forgot about polka.

Some of the other pieces here were born in one area or another of Warren Ellis’ Whitechapel forums – there are some imaginative Remake/Remodel works (like 2000 AD, at right) and some portraits of other Whitechapel users.

All in all, well worth your browsing time. So, you know, get clicking.

 
 
 
3 responses to “Paul Sizer’s new design & illustration web site, full of Art Deco Goodness
Digger says:
April 23rd, 2011 at 2:27 pm

Aside from slow-ish loading times to view the images (problem might be on my end, though), beautiful work. Hey, but of course I love it…we have the the same design sensibilities!

Digger
http://www.diggerdesigns.com

Paul Sizer says:
May 23rd, 2011 at 11:02 pm

Hey all, thanks so much for the nice words on the site. My brilliant and beautiful wife Jane did the backend program work on the site to make it work, so she gets some credit as well!

Bradley W. Schenck says:
May 24th, 2011 at 2:29 pm

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