A Woodland Meeting – Imaginative Digital Paintings by Siddhartha

By on May 2, 2014, in Illustrations

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Siddhartha also goes by the name theSong on deviantART where he poses all of his work. This Spanish digital artist is slowly getting worldwide attention for the amazing composition of his work. They have a dream-like quality to them which manages to strike a nerve with the viewer. A good example of his work would be the one above where the little girl-turned-tin-can-knight explores the woods on her shaggy pone and meets a wise old bear. Each of Siddhartha’s images are rich with nuance and meaning.

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Where the Wild Things Are and Other Illustrations by Isaac Orloff

By on April 27, 2014, in Illustrations

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Isaac Orloff is a freelance illustrator who works primarily animation. He’s a rather well-sought after visual development artist in San Francisco. Aside from illustration, Isaac also loves doing a bit of T-shirt design. The untold story in each of images is what makes his work stand out. A cluttered hallway, a boy-turned-wild-thing roasting a marshmallow instead of sleeping in a pile, and a squid losing at poker. Each image provokes the viewer into imagining the story behind the image.

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Amazing Digital Matte Paintings by John Wallin Liberto

By on April 26, 2014, in Illustrations

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John Wallin Liberto is a Senior Concept Artist at 343 Industries in Washington. He is still relatively new in the industry but he has already worked in some of the biggest games and movies, notable the Halo franchise, Harry Potter, and Alien vs Predator. He was also responsible for the artistic concept behind Shania Twain’s “Gonna Getcha Good” music video. Christian is also a flight amateur and his handle in most artistic communities is ‘Capt. Flush Garde’. He currently lives and works in Sweden.

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Floral Field Guide – Drawings by Noel Badges Pugh

By on April 21, 2014, in Illustrations

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Noel Badges Pugh is an artist and scientific illustrator with a knack for accurately drawing various flora and fauna.His work is reminiscent of the old school illustrations found in old textbooks. One of his more recent series is a field guide on different kinds of bees and wild flowers. What makes his work unique is the unforced realism of his creations. He’s not trying to trick your eye into believing they’re real, but his drawings are accurate to a fault. Noel keeps an extensive Tumblr account where he posts all his recent works.

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Inked Fauna – Art by Alice Macarova

By on April 18, 2014, in Illustrations

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Alice Macarovais a budding young artist from St. Petersburg, Germany.She specializes in elaborate ink and watercolour art which usually features animals. One of her most recent work is a pack of playful fox cubs framed in stylized vegetation. She was first brought to the attention of the online community by a friend of hers who admired her illustrations. A few years down the road and we’ll probably be seeing her work for sale in galleries.

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The Secret Life of Insects – Illustrations by Paula Duță

By on April 16, 2014, in Illustrations

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Paula Duță is an exceptional illustrator who specializes in insect etymology.Her passion for drawing is obvious in the pains she took to highlight each detail of her subject. Wings, antennae, compound eyes, legs, thorax, – none escaped her scrutiny. Paula is actually an interior designer who describes herself as an ‘altogether happy person, dedicated to her work and enjoying life’. I’m looking forwards to seeing more of her awesome insect illustrations in the future. Paula currently lives and works in Romania.

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Cool Futuristic Illustrations by Robert D. Brown

By on April 15, 2014, in Illustrations

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Robert Brown is the artist responsible for these awesome illustrations featuring the best of both worlds. On one hand, he does superb renditions of technologically advance utopias, on the other hand, his renditions of derelict dystopias are eerily accurate. Robert is currently based in California USA where he owns his own studio, Robert D. Brown Inc. He specializes in matte paintings, concept art, and set extensions. His list of clients include big industry names like Disney, Sony Pictures, Riot Games, Electronic Arts, Asylum, and The Mission. He also has numerous other independent projects. His passion is bringing his client’s vision to life.

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Hilarious 3D Artwork by Djanii

By on April 14, 2014, in Illustrations

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Djanii is a hilarious artist who specializes in creating work incorporating “trompe l’oeil” (French for trick of the eye). He was inspired by street artists and the cartoons created by Ian Stevenson. Djanii recreated Steve’s work in an anamorphic style. He did it to remind himself that “art shouldn’t be so damn serious all the time”. He also did a fantastic 3D image of Ramon Bruin’s skull and butterflies.

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Fantastic Mythical Creatures by Vladimir Stankovic

By on April 12, 2014, in Illustrations

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Vladimir Stankovic is the Serbian illustrator responsible for these weird and fantastic creatures. These extremely detailed pseudo-animals are nothing but creations of his wild imagination.He said: “In my work I try to combine my love and passion towards illustration and graphic design, with the use of both traditional and digital mediums. My inspiration comes from science and nature on one hand, and fantasy, fairy tales andall sorts of mysteries on the other.” Vladimir is originally from Serbia but is currently basedin Rovaniemi, Finland where he works as a graphic designer and illustrator.
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Just Doodles – Impressive Ink Illustrations by Kerby Rosanes

By on March 30, 2014, in Illustrations

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While we mere mortals doodle with stick figures and bug-like animals, Kerby Rosanes doodles has put him in the international spotlight. Doodling started out as a hobby for this talented Filipino artist which soon turned into a full-time occupation.  The rich detail and composition of his work has made online art communities and international art blogs sit up and take notice. Kerby is currently based in the Philippines where he works as a graphic designer in a local company by day and doodles at night for various clients.

graphic designer in a local company by day

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