Illustration // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Niv Bavarsky is an excellent illustrator based in the Bay Area. Niv--prounounced "Neeeev"-- has a distinctly pragmatic style, contrasting confident linework with simple color schemes to generate his editorial illustrations. His artworks often capture one specific color, exploring the vagaries of that hue by isolating it in a singular piece. Bavarsky has worked for the New York Times, the SF Chronicle, ESPN, Vapor Records and more. He graduated from MICA in Baltimore, MD in 2010.
Illustration // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
I absolutly love the raw rendering style of San Francisco based artist and illustrator Niv Bavarsky. Right this second, Niv is showing some collaborative works under the moniker Golden Source Power Three at Needles & Pens in San Francisco, with Jesse Balmer and Michael Olivo. The show is up through March 3rd and is definiatley worth checking out if you're in the neighborhood...
Illustration // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
With a cartoonish aesthetic and bright, intricate lines, recent MICA grad and illustrator Niv Bavarsky is quickly creating a name for himself. Approaching his illustrations with light-hearted creativity, Bavarsky creates jam-packed images that are totally engrossing.
Illustration // Thursday, June 28, 2012
Niv (Neeeeev) Bavarsky is an artist/illustrator currently living in the Bay area of California. He received a BFA in Illustration in 2010 from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. He does some great, abstractly loose illustration work for himself and clients, including The New York Times, Plansponsor, Nobrow, The Stranger, MORE Collective, Vapor Records, and more.