Pawel Nolbert |3D Aptical Illustration


Pawel Nolbert is an independent artist, illustrator & designer currently working from his studio in Warsaw.

During the past decade he gained experience creating visual work, design and art for brands like Google, Adobe, Nike, Sony, Polaroid, Mercedes-Benz, Microsoft, Red Bull, Squarespace, Disney and many more companies, agencies or studios. Projects ranging from key art for global brands, through interactive, posters, animation or branding materials and other things where visual matters”.

Squarespace project consisted of two main parts: static hi-res key art images, one logo-based and one abstract, operating within the same visual language, and an animation/bumper that featured the Squarespace logo.

Typgraphic illustration created for The New Republic magazine - a hundred years old magazine that treats mainly about politics, culture, art & big ideas.   In every issue the Book & The Arts section opener features an artist's representation of an ampersand symbol.   The previous ampersands series featured the work of Sagmeister & Walsh, Tom Sachs or Arem Duplessis etc.

Atypical-Series of posters exploring form and rhythm of letters or pseudo-letters presented as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative paint sculptures.

The artworks were built from a thick paint brushstroke gestures into expressive three-dimensional forms – extending the aesthetic characteristic of typography – and written word, as tools of a primarily verbal expression.

Working Not Working- idea was to create something that may (or may not) be interpreted as a continuous sinusoid of ‘w’ and ’n’ letters created with my painterly style.

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