Illustrations Archive

Stuff To Make You Smile – Clever Street Art by OAK OAK

So we might be a little late (give or take a month) on the draw on this one, but we wanted to announce that one of our favorite street artists of all time, OAK OAK of St. Etienne, France, has just released a new book that has more than 100 images of his works. From Calvin […]

Hyper-Realistic Drawings by Ivan Hoo

I don’t know if his parents intended it or not, but Ivan Hoo’s name may just be a clever play on the iconic hero’s name Ivan Hoe. Puns aside, Ivan is an uber-talented illustrator/painter/all-around artist whose work has slowly been gaining the interest of art bloggers all over the internet. He creates awesome hyper-realistic artwork […]

Classic Comic Illustrations by Shanghai Tango

Shanghai Tango is a mysterious comic illustrator whose real identity is still unknown. Despite his anonymity, his work has been going viral on the net. He draws minimalist black and white illustrations that are simply a delight to look at. His style is reminiscent of the old school cartoons that used to appear on Sunday […]

Girl Power – Empowering Posters by Carol Rossetti

Society, as a whole is largely patriarchal with the power balance distinctly tilted towards the men. Brazilian artist Carol Rossetti wants to change all that with her powerful series ‘Women’. The series is aimed at women who are marginalized, ostracized, and ridiculed for their looks, life choices, and attitude. It touches on socially relevant issues […]

Perspective – Clever 3D Illustrations by João Carvalho

It took me a good long while to figure out how João Carvalho made his awesome 3D drawings pop out. When I finally did, it was a eureka moment – followed by the realization that it shouldn’t have taken me as long as it did. Credit goes to João’s mind-bending skill in creating a forced […]

Horrible Childhoods – Baby Terrors by Adam Solis

This article would’ve been perfect around Halloween time but gut-wrenching fear isn’t seasonal. In an attempt to tone down the horrific aspects of our all-time favorite monster/ghost/serial killer, illustrator Alex Solis decided to draw them as babies. Horrifying, pants-shittingly scary babies with barely-concealed murderous intent. To be fair to the little monsters that Alex created, […]

Anime Inspired Artwork by Wiktoria

One can’t help but detect the not-so-subtle influence of anime in the work of Polish artist Wiktoria. All of her characters are warm, playful, and undoubtedly original. They’re also set in a vibrantly colorful and well-detailed background that draws the viewer’s eye. A closer look at the details will give the viewer a few hair-raising […]

Fuzzy Little Things – Adorable Animated Characters by Ronda

Ronda is a design and animation studio currently based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They work hand in hand together with art directors, writers, photographers, illustrators, animators, and plastic artists to bring their adorable characters to life. They love creating characters with the same human foibles but with a little bit more fur. The fuzzy little […]

Gripping Pencil Illustrations by Dino Tomic

Dino Tomic is a multi-talented tattoo artist and illustrator who is currently based in Norway. When not occupied with creating art in skin, he makes them on paper. Skimming through his site, you get to learn that he’s relatively young (26 as of this writing) and extremely dedicated to his craft. Dino realized at an […]

Fleeting Youth – Paintings and Sketches by Ivan Aflifan

Ivan Aflifan is a Russian Painter and illustrator who’s currently based in Canada. His growing acclaim may be attributed to the fact that his work is excellent without succumbing to the mainstream expectations.When asked about his artistic process, he said: “Art is beyond an image of perception and creativity. Art is part of the past, […]

Impossible Imaginings – Digital Paintings by Gediminas Pranckevicius

Gediminas Pranckevicius is in possession of one of the most imaginative minds in the field of conceptual illustrations. His digital paintings are rich in detail and impossible juxtapositions of haphazard architecture, landscapes, and imaginary creatures. Gediminas was born in Lithuania where he first learned to exercise his creativity while creating frescoes. He currently freelances as […]

Apt Combinations – Illustrations by Violaine and Jeremy

Violaine Orsoni and Jérémy Schneider are the two halves of the fantastic duo that created these humorous illustrations that highlight the similarity, flaws, and raw emotions of the subjects. They have their own art studio called “Violaine et Jérémy” that specializes in illustration, textile pattern design,web design, editorial design, graphic identity, and graphic arts.

The Seven Deadly Catsins by Marija Tiurina

Marija Tiurina is a game designer by day and illustrator by night. She recently teamed up with NeonMob to depict the Seven Deadly Sins with internet’s favorite animal – cats. According to Marija, “Deadly sins are quite symbolic and interesting. But Google search shows you only boring fantasy art, and pretty much the same style […]

Kick-Ass Comic Book Illustrations by Nick Runge

Nick Runge, also known as ALAMOSCOUT6 has been a professional freelance illustrator for the past eleven years. He specializes in hand painted illustrations, covers, and interior pencils. He has been involved in countless projects such as Terminator, G.I. Joe, Angel, Ghostbusters, Fallen Angel, and Star Trek. Nick has also done a bit of movie poster […]

Moving Pencil Illustrations by David Chong

David Chong is a Singapore-based artist whose pencil and ink illustrations are fast gaining a following on the internet. Davis is self taught and what started as an idle hobby soon grew to be an abiding passion in illustration. He started off with realistic pencil and pen portraits and has recently ventured into making digital […]

Awesome Airbrushed Animal Portraits by Eyan Higgins Jones

Eyan Higgins Jonesis a master airbrush painter whose animal portraits are as breathtaking as they are majestic. Born in North Wales, her connection with the natural world began at a very early age. She earned her degree in Illustration from the University of Central England where she started selling her art in many commercial establishments […]

Minimalist Illustrations by Laszlito Kovacs

Laszlito Kovacs is an uber-talented Spanishillustrator currently based in Holland. His illustrations may be minimalistic, yet speak volumes to the viewer’s mind. He is currently the Creative director at Present Plus, a creative innovation studio based in Amsterdam. Laszlito is also affiliated with The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, and the Monocle Magazine. He has […]

Fresh – Food Illustrations by Inorama

  Inorama is an art studio based in Russia. Its founders are RAMM and Inna Kuzubova. Inna is an illustrator with more than a  decade of experience under her belt. Also, she bakes delicious pies. RAMM is a designer, illustrator and painter who has been doing what he loves most for well over fifteen years. […]

Behind Bars – Illustrations by Celia Krampien

  Celia Krampien is a freelanceillustrator currently based in Ontario, Canada. Her work is a comforting combination of precise linework, subtle textures, and a bright color palette. Celia loves to draw anything to do with plants and often work them into her digital illustrations. What I love about her work is the simplicity. But the […]

Other Worlds – Illustrations by Ana Bagayan

Ana Bagayan’s work is inspired by the metaphysical, often featuring ghosts, spirits, and intergalactic creatures. It can be a bit unsettling at first but the longer you look at her work, the longer you want to keep on looking. Ana was born in Armenia and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts at the Art […]

Dragons and Dreams – Illustrations by Justin Oaksford

Justin Oaksford is a concept  artist who received his Bachelor’s degree in Entertainment design from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. He splits his time working as a visual development artist at 343 Industries in Seattle and teaching character design at Digipen Institute of Technology in their MFA program for Spring 2014 […]

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