Alexis Bukowski created a series of textured halftone illustrations for Panenka magazine. His topic: the story of African football star, Nicodemus. Bukowski’s signature style renders the action cleanly and with aplomb.
Alexis Bukowski’s illustration for an article by Mariam Martínez, “La gran reacción populista,” (The great populist reaction) recently appeared in La Maleta de Portbou magazine. Bukowski draws attention to the main character by coloring his baseball cap red in a black-and-white line and wash sketch that puts us squarely in the scene. His natural drawing style, with elements borrowed […]
Alexis Bukowski created a series of illustrations for Panenka magazine to illustrate, “The Story of Nicodemus.” Bukowski’s black-and-white renderings of action shots catch the action simply and powerfully.
Alexis Bukowski’s comment on how espionage works in today’s world. Bukowski’s illustration shows a man in a fedora peering through cracks in a tablet.
Alexis Bukowski created a cover and illustrations for Roy Galán’s latest book, La Ternura. The cover of Galán’s book, about the loss of innocence as we reach adulthood, shows a hummingbird drinking from a flower that has come to life from a floral tattoo on a woman’s arm. Other illustrations within the book present a girl holding […]
Alexis Bukowski created an illustration for Sofar Sounds, a music festival taking place in Barcelona. Bukowski’s hip poster of a woman leaning out her apartment window at night, where below, a clothesline is hung with t-shirts showing the names of bands, depicts the cool groove of the festival line-up.
Alexis Bukowski was commissioned to illustrate a short story for Pananka magazine. The story, “Mentiras Piadosas,” appears in the October issue of the Spanish sports magazine. Bukowski’s editorial illustration shows a grandfather and his grandson kicking a soccer ball.
Alexis Bukowski recently created an illustration for an article in La Maleta de Portbou (The Portbou Suitcase) magazine entitled, “In praise of injustice,” by Céline Spector. The Portbou Suitcase is a Spanish language magazine on humanities and the economy contributing to the debate on current world issues. It was named after Walter Benjamin, who committed suicide in Portbou […]
Illustration for a scientific article by Tomas Marqués. Client: La Maleta de Portbou Art Direction: Esperanza Rabat
Illustration for the latest edition of Van Van Market. A foodtruck festival in Barcelona.
Illustration for The Chronicle Review. Text by: Matthew Braswell Art Direction by: Sue Lalumia
Illustrations for the article: The new era of the Chinese Football
Alexis Bukowski presents ‘First Timers’ Illustrator Alexis Bukowski makes drawings that mix humor and enigma. In keeping with these themes, he admits Bukowski is not his given name—but “it’s a long story so let’s just keep the mystery.” On January 5th, Bukowski presents ‘First Timers’, an exclusive exhibition at Tictail Market NYC.
Alexis Bukowski studied Advertising at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB). Then a Postdegree on Illustration and Visual Comunication at EINA. His style, mixing traditional and digital techniques, has gained him a large range of clients in editorial, music and advertising.