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There is a style of artwork that I want to learn to create. It abstracts away most detail, but it is not really abstract art. It has a lot in common visually with vector illustrations, but some of the examples I see are created using markers, acrylics, and other physical approaches (as opposed to digital). Here are examples (all motorsports, but I also see this style with some vintage travel posters):

example 1

example 2

example 3

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    I don't think these are the same style. Nos. 1 and 2 are similar, you could call them pop art, but No. 3 looks like a 3D render of a car, and to me it stands out as totally different to the other two.
    – Billy Kerr
    Aug 17 '20 at 14:57
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"Pop art" seems to fit the bill to me.

It really doesn't matter if an illustration is created in a traditional manner or digital manner. That doesn't necessary alter the name of a style, if there even is a name (not everything has a name).

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