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The Fun and Dimensional Illustration of T-Wei

The New Zealand based artist and Illustrator known as T-Wei produces artwork with a rather distinctive style.  His work is punctuated by clean lines and careful detail.  A certain whimsical atmosphere perhaps influenced by street art pervades his worlds.  T-Wei, though, seems to work with a special interest in depth and dimensionality.  The characters that populate his artwork appear to inhabit a real space and reflect the fun T-Wei has in creating these worlds.  Thus the large amount work T-Wei is commissioned to create isn't very surprising. See more of T-Wei's illustrations after the jump.

The New Zealand based artist and Illustrator known as T-Wei produces artwork with a rather distinctive style. His work is punctuated by clean lines and careful detail.  A certain whimsical atmosphere perhaps influenced by street art pervades his worlds.  T-Wei, though, seems to work with a special interest in depth and dimensionality.  The characters that populate his artwork appear to inhabit a real space and reflect the fun T-Wei has in creating these worlds.  Thus the large amount work T-Wei is commissioned to create isn’t very surprising.

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