We're almost a month into the new year, and our thoughts have turned to the warmer climes we will be jetting off to come summer.
Today it's Tom Haugomat's series of summery illustrations for an issue of Air France Magazine that's got us thinking of sunshine, beaches, lakes, forests, lounging around sipping cocktails without a care in the world ...
Sorry, where was I?
Tom's style is all about contrasts. His illustrations are underpinned by vector shapes, which have been textured and distressed for a retro feel. Organic elements like leaves have been reduced to blobby shapes, but the perspectives of buildings are super accurate.
Tom's also adept at working with negative space.
You can also see the illustrations in the online version of the December 2015 edition of Air France Magazine.
Tom has also posted layout versions of the illustrations to his Behance account.
The Air France Magazine project is just one of a series of updates that Tom has uploaded to Behance. This was created for a group illustration book with other French illustrators.
Tom created this poster for an exhibition called Cars To Live In, which was held at the Corbusier's Villa Savoye in Poissey in the outskirts of Paris.
An illustration for French magazine XXI.