Jan Siemen is a graphic designer from Cologne, Germany. The artist creates colorful, conceptual vector illustrations as a hobby to his graphic service company Sons of Ipanema. “I needed a little change so I created a few illustrations and found my own style and just started posting them on Instagram,” he told It's Nice That.


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Jan is inspired by cartoons, surrealism and tends to play with colors, textures, and shapes to create his conceptual, interest-grabbing, sometimes even punny scenes. “I set up shapes and forms, colors, lights and shades in Illustrator and add some texture and color adjustment in Photoshop.”

Each of the artist's illustrations has different topics, but all of them share the same unique style and feel. Take a look at some of his works below and vote for the best.

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The Other Jake 2 weeks ago

My phone and I are married. The champagne walks on the beach are long gone.

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Space Nurd 2 weeks ago

This should be a toilet paper thing

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jenna 2 weeks ago

Reminds me of Star Trek when they saved the last whales.

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sakora 2 weeks ago

Does anybody reads what you write?

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jenna 2 weeks ago

Living IN a suitcase.... not out of it :).

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Terror from Beyond Space 2 weeks ago

He bought a Mars bar and a Milky Way.

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Pamela 2 weeks ago

MacBook taken too literal

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jenna 2 weeks ago

That is coffee abuse! But is has a nice pointilism touch like Seurat.

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