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Featured Artist: Peter Jaworowski

Featured Artist: Peter Jaworowski

Today we feature the work of Peter Jaworowski. I feel like these feature posts are almost for my own enjoyment lately, as Peter is another one of my favorite all times digital artists. He has a ton of experience in the industry, having worked his way up from designer, to design director, to running his own successful design firm Ars Thanea.

His style is really identifiable, often using photo manipulation and stunning light effects. His work has a clean crispness often not achieved by average designs, meaning that his work has a really professional polish. He’s worked with a lot of huge firms, including Nike, Ubisoft, Yahoo!, Discovery Channel, Intel, Coca Cola and many more!

Peter’s work is rarely static, and often captures a lot of energy and movement. If you browse his portfolio you’ll see shoes hurtling towards earth, or bottles of champagne amidst an epic volcano environment. He really is a master at bringing products to life, and definitely someone you should try to emulate if you want to land the bigger clients.

I encourage you to check out his work below, and explore his Behance page and portfolio.

Disney Cruise Line – Magical Adventure Sweepstakes

Samsonite B-Lite

Nike – Footlocker 2010 Apparel

No Strings Attached

Diesel – Only the Brave

Wrigleys 5 Pulse

Orange – 100% Typography

Omega Code – Oath

Martini Asti Elements

The Red Bulletin – Singapore


Benq – T60

Nike – Air Lab

Positive Hype

The FWA – New Day

British Airways High Life Shop

Where to Find Peter Jaworowski on the Web:

If you’d like to explore more of Peter Jaworowski’s work then you can check out his various online hangouts:

About the Author:

Tom is the founder of PSDFAN. He loves writing tutorials, learning more about design and interacting with the community. On a more interesting note he can also play guitar hero drunk with his teeth.

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  1. steph says:

    Some really nice artwork in here and really creative, it is one thing to have the skills to create artwork like this but to have the imagination to come up with the concepts in the first place takes a real creative.

  2. Eric Vasquez says:

    Really great works! I have to admit that artists like Peter Jaworowski and Neil Duerden are a big part of the reason that I wanted to get into digital art. Truly influential for me and a lot of others I am sure.

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