Lan Truong is an illustrator and graphic designer for Bust Magazine. She has such a fun illustration style that I had to put it up here. Linear and clean. I love it.
Reminds me of some stuff we looked at in my art class last quarter
Such super-cool style…love these! Simple yet full o’ awesome…
Nice, super illustrations.
These are fantastic. So crisp – love it
Reminds me of Charles Harper (which is a good thing).
Great share! And the monkeys at WordPress decided to Freshly Press your post featuring someone else’s work!
Cool! A win/win!
Love it! Congrats on FP!
Reminds me a lot of 70’s Eastern Bloc artwork… while a lot of people don’t necessarily acknowledge it for what it is, I do love the style. Not only for sentimental reasons, but because the simple, clean lines and the bright colors are always refreshing, especially in such a visually overloaded world 🙂
Love the Chicago one!
I like your work. i am a graphics designer also. maybe we can exchange ideas.
I love the top one, Would be the kind of canvas I would put up on the wall… Simple, Yet beautiful… I have seen a lot of simplistic ‘Minimalist’ artwork lately and I just think it is wonderful 🙂
Great illustrations! Very creative artwork!
@demetriuscorner I’d love to. Check out my portfolio site http://www.thatshannonbrown.com.
60s Euro ‘etch-a-sketch’ – like far out daddyo!
I love this style. I am an infographic junkie, I bet she could create some cool ones!
I just had to come back for another look. 🙂
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very nice illustrations ….
Color composition is amazingly beautiful.
Beautiful style – Thanks for posting!
Great colours! Beautiful work!
Very reminiscent of the 60s corporate communication
well i just love this…. this dood is going all over my inspiration tumblr!
I’d never heard of “Bust Magazine” until now. It sounds like the title of a men’s mag! Still, I’m not disappointed–the illustrations by Lan Truong are (almost) as arousing as photos of nude women!
very old school cool
I think Lan can try for the Google Doodle’s job 😉
The illustrations are wonderful. The textures of the work reminds me a little of woodblock printing. I love how the lines give added depth to the pieces =]
ႈI like your post I appreciate your creation.
Beautiful work! Simple but awesome!
I really like this fun illustration style;)
Love it. What a wonderful, novel concept ! Perfect Poster.
Oh, I love this! What fantastic illustration. Thanks for the post!
Love her style – fresh and retro at the same time.
Oh my goodness, I totally agree. These are exactly the style I love too. Stunning.
This is really a good work. I appreciate your efforts behind that. Have a great day!
Love the simplicity too. Didn’t know her. Thank you for sharing her brilliant work. Cheers, BBG
very nice and clear. I hope, we see more of this art.
Now I miss my spirograph.
but her apartment is a mess. . . .
YOU GUYS thanks for all the kind words! And yes, my apartment’s a bit on the messy side, but I know where everything is! Haha.
Love your work! Have you ever considered illustrating a deck of Tarot Cards?
I haven’t! But that does sound super fun..
HI LAN, I’m so glad you saw my post. I’m a big fan of your illustrations, as are the people reading my blog. Keep it up!
Thanks so much for the post!
Clean and simple; great stuff!
Talent that I don’t have, yet talent I appreciate very much: simply wonderful!
I think it’s cool how she uses mathematical shapes but still manages to make them look retro by not filling them with full, untainted colors. A bit of a simplistic, childlike style but very sophisticated and consistently worked through.. It’s admirable when people can define themselves like that! I love it too 🙂
These aren’t CG pieces, are they? They seem hand-drawn.. You can’t really tell anymore nowadays I suppose, but still.. 🙂
These somehow remind me of sushi’s
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Lan is the BEST! I’m very lucky to have her work with me at BUST. 🙂
They are all sweet design ;o) and my taste. It gives relaxed after pressured work… It will be wonderful if you make letter pad and envelop with those designs!
I like the design for Chicago — very symbolic and true!
amazing! truly inspiring work! thanks for sharing!
So simple, so beautiful.
Gorgeous, they bring back memories of 1960’s china patterns my aunt had. Amazeballs!
Beautiful line art. I wish I could learn from the artist.
This is great! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Lovely work….hasn’t she done stuff for Monocle (magazine) too?
Some gorgeous stuff! Ive nominated you for the Kreativ Blogger Award – just post 7 interesting facts about yourself and nominate 7 other blogs to accept. http://pagemarkerblog.wordpress.com
These illustrations are sweet, check my graphic design out!
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