Illustrations Archive

Intricate City Illustrations by Guillaume Cornet

Guillaume Cornet, also known as “Mr Guil,” is a painter and illustrator who spends 150 hours working on just one piece. His strategy is to work his way from the bottom of the paper to the top, similar to how a printer works. The result? An amazing and very detailed illustration that depicts a world of its […]

Game of Low-Poly by Mordi Levi

As the new season approaches, thousands of fan art for Game of Thrones will likely surface the internet. One of the top fan artists that has been circulating is Mordi Levi’s Low-Poly images. Low Poly is polygon mesh technique which was originally used for making 3D models and scenes for video gamesand digital movie effects. Mordi Levi uses this […]

Footballers in Full Color by Asja Jung

Painter Asja Jung gives a new take on portraying sports celebrities and giving it her own flair. In her series of works titled “Neighbors,” NFL players are shown in traditional football movies such as mid-air tackles, scrimmages, and high catches but had the added flair of vibrant and striking colors. Asja marries craftsmanship and sportsmanship […]

Starbucks Cup Facelift by Soo Min Kim

Korean artist Soo Min Kim gives Starbucks’ famous siren a makeover in this series of cup designs. The siren is portrayed in different situations and personality such as sunbathing in the beach, a student in uniform, a pizza girl, a prisoner, and even a girl in love with her beau. Soo Min gives this perfect cup […]

Awesome Illustrations by Tamas Gaspar

Take a look into Tamas Gaspar’s works and you’ll see the beauty of strong emotions in every art work. This famous Hungarian artist draws with utmost detail and intricacy that merits a space in popular publications such as Men’s Health Magazine. Tamas has also shared his talent in the making of a concept art for […]

Futuristic Worlds by Lorenz Hideyoshi Ruwwe

Lorenz Hideyoshi Ruwwe is a 29-year-old freelance concept artist and illustrator based in New York. He was born in Frankfurt, Germany to a Japanese mother and German father. He unleashed his artistic talents upon the unsuspecting web in 2004 after he finished his Abitur. In case you’re wondering, as I did, what an Abitur is, […]

The Art of Fantasy and Sci-Fi by Blaz Porenta

Stunning. That’s one word to describe Blaz Porenta’s illustrations. This Slovenian illustrator has got lots of imagination up his sleeve. Looking at his works, Blaz takes his on perception of a subject and translates them in his own signature of dread and terror. Whether it be a fantasy (see his rendition of Hansel and Gretel […]

A Taste of Pop Culture – Illustrations by Yuri Shwedroff

Inspired mostly by pop culture and his favorite TV shows and movies, Yuri Shwedoff creates amazing images with great detail. Fans of Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones and Marvel superheroes will be delighted to see Yuri’s works and his interpretation and renderings of these famous TV series and movies. This Russia-based illustrator graduated from the painting […]

Frighteningly Good Works by Anton Semenov

Russian digital artist Anton Semenov is one of those artists that creates haunting, yet beautiful and well-crafted images. Employing dark colors, some morbid references, and terrifying illustrations,  Anton presents works of art that are full of emotion. Anton currently works as an artist for an advertising agency which focuses on vehicle designs and illuminated signs. He started […]