God, light, divinity, nature, people, sport, space, energy, color, and movement: These, and more, are the driving forces behind the wonderful pieces of digital art created by UK-based artist Gavin Campbell.
A Sought-After Digital Artist
Gavin Campbell is a freelancer specialized in illustration and graphic design. As you’ll shortly be able to explore for yourself, Campbell is an exceptional artist, but a sought-after professional, too. He is, in fact, one of the 40 ACP’s (Adobe Community Professionals) in the UK, and also guest tutor at Digital-Tutors — a community of artists, designers, and professionals helping people to learn the skills they need to create digital art.
Boasting a List of Important Clients
Since 2001, Campbell has worked and collaborated with global brands in the field of editorial, fashion, lifestyle, advertising, conceptual, branding, as well as character design and development.
The artist can today boast a list of renowned clients, such as: Microsoft, Sony Music, Sky TV, McDonald’s, Ferrari, and many more. On the top of that, Campbell can also include on the list of clients two extremely known personalities: Lenny Kravitz, and Pharrell Williams — both being worldwide renowned singers and songwriters.
Inspired by a Combination of Driving Forces
The artist is mainly drawn to lighting effects, photo-illustration, and composing. Campbell aims to create a sense of movement via kinetic and electric energy. His style is a unique combination of elements that make his approach highly appreciated by clients worldwide.
As mentioned earlier, Campbell is very much inspired by God, light, divinity, nature, people, sport, space, energy, color, and movement. In a very interesting interview with Adobe, the artist also indicates that he finds inspiration in anything that is futuristic, and colorful. Sci-Fi movies in particular seem to have a great influence on the illustrations and pieces of art Campbell is able to create.
Discover More About Gavin Campbell
Campbell is reachable through his personal website — where you’ll find even more artworks than what it is presented further down — his blog on Tumblr, and via the following social media channels: Behance, Twitter, Dribbble, and LinkedIn.