Daniel Frost is a British illustrator I stumbled across recently, his vibrant working catching my eye immediately. There’s a simplicity to his work, the shape of his characters are whimsical and his color palette is bright and primary. It’s really a treat to look at his work, it’s all so dynamic feeling.
I was particularly drawn to these postcards he did along with YCN called Trademarks. The idea is that types of people have a trademark quality to them, like a sailors sea legs or a bicyclists muscly thighs. It’s a funny concept and some of the images he’s created are hysterical. I also like these because of their colored backgrounds, as he usually uses only white in his backgrounds. I think it makes a huge difference in his work an I hope he starts putting more color in.
You can grab a set of the postcards from YCN by clicking here.