My name is Kristof Tarisznyas. Nephilistic is a portfolio of my personal work, explorations and illustrations. It’s a selective collection of recent work and long lost scribbles. Enjoy.
I am currently freelancing and open for comissions. Aside my daywork I do live visuals: check out my side project Saccadic Rush Visuals.
Always happy to get feedback and collaborate, you can contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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"It's A Trap" was conceived as a branded design for Zerum Lifestyle, a young Austrian apparel label following an organic & fair-trade philosophy in apparel manifacturing and printing. The drawing is somewhat of a more personal work to me, as I was asked by a friend I went to school with (who works with the label) if I would provide them with a piece of artwork back when Zerum just started out. Wanting to keep it close to our youth, I based the drawing on a profile pic of a common friend of ours, that I really liked and wanted to incorporate in some kind of design for quite a while. The shirt will be featured in Zerums 2012 collection alongside some other really nice designs by young Austrian artists - lookin forward to that!
The robot slayer was designed for Forbidden Society Recs, a hard DnB Label from Czech Republic. I met Jindrich in Prague, who almost single handedly built up the label on top of his very successful DnB project Forbidden Society, and we came to discuss some ideas of throwing out a new set of shirts. After some intial design sketched we decided to kick all the basic logo-showcase-stuff and go for a more detailed, badass illustration that will illustrate the hard and crushing sound of the label. You can grab those shirts in their store, but stay tuned for some more freaky stuff we planned with that artwork
Published in "I Want Your Skull", Issue 6. Massive amount of time, Illustrator + A6 Wacom.
featured daily deviation, 08.01.2011 on deviantArt
Hope you enjoyed the tour - If you like my showcase, feel free to contact me for comissions. You can write me an email (email@example.com) or give me a call: +43 699 1106 1984.