Follow Favorites: This Week’s Artists to Follow on Shutterstock

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This week’s Follow Favorites spotlights two very different — but equally inspiring — Shutterstock contributors. Photographer Arnold van Wijk captures the majesty of natural landscapes (and their inhabitants) from Tuscany to Iceland, while illustrator Gudinny embraces modern and urban art aesthetics in a colorful, eye-popping vector collection. Check out a sample of both artists’ work below, along with notes on why we chose them from Shutterstock Curator Liz Lapp, then click through to view their full portfolios and start Following them yourself.

Shutterstock Follow Favorite Photographer: Arnold van Wijk
Shutterstock Follow Favorite Photographer: Arnold van Wijk

Arnold van Wijk

“The composition and mood in van Wijk’s wondrous landscapes is breathtaking. He seamlessly shifts from the vastness of the scene to its animals and habitats, all using the same rich techniques. Plus, being a native of the Netherlands, van Wijk presents a wonderful example of elevated local content.”

Follow Arnold van Wijk »

Shutterstock Follow Favorite Photographer: Arnold van Wijk
Shutterstock Follow Favorite Photographer: Arnold van Wijk
Shutterstock Follow Favorite Photographer: Arnold van Wijk
Shutterstock Follow Favorite Photographer: Arnold van Wijk
Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny
Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny

Gudinny

“I love the visual grit and urban graffiti vibe of these pieces. Gudinny’s vectors provide wonderful visual movement by utilizing different line widths, colors, and patterns, making them ideal for use as dynamic backgrounds or design elements.”

Follow Gudinny »

Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny
Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny
Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny
Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny
Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny
Shutterstock Follow Favorite: Gudinny

What do you think of this week’s picks? Are there other artists you’d like to see featured here? Tell us who you’re Following in the comments, and we could include them in a future installment!

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