Celebrity Portraits by Richard Davies
Mouthwatering celebrity portraits done for covers in music, cinema and editorial industries.
Richard Davies, a.k.a Turksworks is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator, currently residing in south Wales.
He creates mouthwatering celebrity portraits for commission and personal use. Most of works done for covers in music, cinema and editorial industries.
He’s been working as a graphic designer for over 10 years, predominantly working with print and corporate-identity. He produces works for Rolling Stone magazine, as well as various online magazines and websites.
The artist’s collection of dreamy type digital paintings and illustrations, featuring cool movie posters for Blade Runner, Looper, The Raid, Game of Thrones and Star Wars, plus some other sweet portraits and designs for exhibitions is just gorgeous and deserves no comments.
Design and illustration have always been an unsustainable passion of his and he is always looking to develop his work and adapt to the constantly changing design industry, hoping to inspire others along the way.
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