Graphically Bold, Retro and Colorful Illustrations By Laura Smith

Laura Smith’s inspiration has been the work of artists and designers from the first half of the 20th Century. Economy in imagery and design have always been the motivating forces behind her art. She’s worked with a wide array of national and international clients including Mercedes Benz, Ferrari, New York Knicks, Kentucky Derby, and Time Magazine, to name just a few.

Laura Smith grew up on the beaches of Southern California-Manhattan Beach to be exact. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, she moved to New York and 13 years later she moved back to Southern California dragging her New York born and raised husband with her. Now in Hollywood, she and her husband (Michael Doret) occasionally team up on various projects.

To view more works from Laura Smith you could visit her website LauraSmithArt.com There you could find some of the very fascinating of the works by her.

In the meanwhile you may also want to see some great works of other Artists and Photographers


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2-Seeds+Lettering.jpg
3-WasherWatchers.jpg
4-Sprinklers+Lettering.jpg
5-Drips+Lettering.jpg
6-Nightlife+Lettering.jpg
7-DapperFlapper+Lettering.jpg
8-CarWash+Lettering.jpg
9-Watering_ABC+Lettering.jpg
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Christmas.jpg
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Fashion.jpg
Ferrari.jpg
FreeSpeech1a-FIXED.jpg
Gaga1d_LG.jpg
Grilling.jpg
Housewares.jpg
J-Lo.jpg
NYC_Woman.jpg
PEGs13_Art.jpg
Restaurant.jpg
Shopping.jpg
StrongMan.jpg
TheRisingCostOfKids[masthead].jpg
ThreeClimbers_Scan1.jpg
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Wonders.jpg

A total football nerd, he loves designing to the core and also likes to get his hands on some programming. He is the Co-Founder of ArtAtm. He hails from India. You may want to Follow Him On Twitter

Jitu – who has written posts on Artatm – Creative Art Magazine.


One Response to “Graphically Bold, Retro and Colorful Illustrations By Laura Smith”
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    Laura Smith’s work is great. She is underrated.

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