Illustrations Archive

Kickass Illustrations by Grzegorz Rutkowski

Grzegorz Rutkowski is an awesome Polish artist who makes kickass illustrations. According to an interview, he said that the best thing in concept art is this whole creating process. Sometimes one has to start from scratch, building whole ideas step by step. For giving ideas life, nothing beats the traditional pencil and paper. When asked […]

Awesome Anamorphic Art by Tracy Lee Stum

Tracy Lee Stum is one of the most well-known chalk artists out there – and for good reason. She specializes in creating large, interactive chalk drawings with adventurous themes. She has been commissioned by arts organizations, advertising agencies, educational institutes, corporations, and government agencies throughout the Europe, Asia, and North America. She is one of […]

Meticulous Ink Drawings by Ben Sack

Ben Sacks weapon of mass construction is a black 0.05 Staedtler liner pen. Detailed drawings are nothing new in the art world but imagine making one nearly four meters in circumference! One of his latest work, ‘A Single Note’ took dozens of pens and months to complete. He loves creating highly detailed urban landscapes based […]

Strange Fiction – Concept Art by Vlad Marica

Vlad Marica is a digital artist and illustrator form Bucharest, Romania. His talent was noticed by none other than Applibot, the company behind the popular social gaming phenomenon Legend of the Cryptids, Chaos Drive, and Legend of Monsters. He is currently working for them as a concept artist, churning out outstanding image after image of […]

Unlikely Adventures of the Blue Girl – Illustrations by Sungwon

Sungwon is a young, up-and-coming artist, illustrator, and fairy tale writer. Her blue girl series has caught the eye of quite a few netizens and earned her a relatively small, but loyal followers. The series is composed of black and white illustrations with blue girl the only one in color. Each image encourages the reader […]

Apt Animals – Awesom Illustrations by Redmer Hoekstra

Redmer Hoekstra is a Dutch artist whose work is slowly garnering worldwide attention for their humorous and slightly disturbing appeal. His creations are clever composites of animals and objects. A loosely bound owl, a peeling cetacean-submarine, warty garden bricks, steam-powered rhinos, dirigible moths, scaly keyboards, and a ravenous set of feathery teacups – all unlikely, […]

Haunted – Paintings by Graszka Paulska

Stare long enough at Graszka Paulska’s painting and it starts staring right back at you. I guess the creepiness and surrealism of his work is part of the appeal. Te viewer simply can’t help but take a good long look at his work to try and figure it out. His subjects are mostly women who […]

Dreaming – Illustrations by Li Jin Hua

Li Jin Hua is an excellent illustrator from China. Although I do find it just a bit odd that one of his main subjects, a dreamy pre-adolescent boy always has his eyes closed. I guess it’s probably because the places he’s in are probably just in his dreams. Li also did an excellent series featuring […]

Dragons, Villains, Heroes – Illustrations by Kekai Kotaki

Kekai Kotaki grew up in the big and beautiful island of Hawaii. Distracted by the all the sunshine and picturesque views, he moved to Seattle to attend art school. His first artistic job was as a lowly texture artist at ArenaNet, the makers of the Guild Wars franchise. A favorable mix of talent, oodles of […]

Coleman – Photorealistic Pencil Drawing by Shania McDonagh

Shania McDonagh is a 16-year-old prodigy who has been consistently winning the Texaco Children’s Art Competition for four years in a row. She entered when she was but 12 years old and hasn’t lost since. Most other entries never even came close to her level of skill. This young Irish artist has gained the attention […]

Hard Core Leather Etchings by Mark Evans

Mark Evans grew up on a farm in the Welsh mountains. He was an outdoorsy type of kid who would rather cliff dive, rock-climb, and generally wander around in the woods. He was seven when his love affair with knives got started after his grandfather gave him his first knife. His involvement with leather, on […]

Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings by Jose Vergara

Jose Vergara is a 19-year-old Texan whose hyper-realistic pencil drawings of the human eye has caught the attention of art overs everywhere. While they may not be mistaken for actual eyes, or even photographs of eyes, Jose’s drawings are incredibly detailed. Eyes are not the only thing he draws, he has also drawn a pair […]

A Woodland Meeting – Imaginative Digital Paintings by Siddhartha

  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 […]

Where the Wild Things Are and Other Illustrations by Isaac Orloff

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 […]

Amazing Digital Matte Paintings by John Wallin Liberto

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 […]

Floral Field Guide – Drawings by Noel Badges Pugh

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 […]

Inked Fauna – Art by Alice Macarova

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 […]

The Secret Life of Insects – Illustrations by Paula Duță

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 […]

Cool Futuristic Illustrations by Robert D. Brown

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 […]

Hilarious 3D Artwork by Djanii

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 […]

Fantastic Mythical Creatures by Vladimir Stankovic

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 […]

Just Doodles – Impressive Ink Illustrations by Kerby Rosanes

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 […]

Heroes in Lego – 3D Illustrations by Albert Co

Albert Co is a talented artist who specializes in 3D Digital Illustration. Apparently, he also has a thing for Heroes and Legos (Yes, I know, the correct plural form is Lego bricks but Legos rhyme with heroes. Deal with it). One of his more recent series features pop culture icons-turned-into-Lego bricks. His subjects include comic […]

A Long Journey – Imaginative Illustrations by Artem “Rhads” Cheboha

Artem Cheboha is an uber talented illustrator and digital painter from Russia. This 26-year-old artist shows a lot of promise. His artwork showcases his active imagination. I love the fact that he chooses complimentary palettes of rich and warm colors for each digital painting. Rhads, as he is known in artistic circles, also dabbles in […]

The Order of X – Re-imagined Comic Book Characters by Nate Hallinan

Nate Hallinan is an American concept artist who thought it would be a fun exercise to re-imagine the X-Men characters in an alternate medieval reality. Thus emerged The Order of the X, a group of ‘gifted’ individuals in the service of Lord Charles Xavier. “The Order provides sanctuary and protection to individuals outcast by society […]