Illustrations Archive

In Daryl We Trust – Awesome Fan Art by Michael Rogers

Michael Rogers, also known as BigBadRobot is a huge fan of The Walking Dead. While most fans limit their fanhood to likes on Facebook, Michael expresses his through his awesome fan art. His artwork puts the official posters to shame. Michael’s work often incorporates the silhouette of a main character set against an utterly recognizable […]

Awesomely Accurate Celebrity Portraits by Piotr Lesniak

Piotr Lesniak is the artist behind these awesome celebrity portraits. What’s unique about his work is that he doesn’t focus solely on Hollywood celebrities. Also, his portraits have a distinctly woodcut feel about them, and yet each one is utterly recognizable. Among the celebrities whose likeness he has captured are: Jude Law, Jeremy Irons, Haruki […]

Cheeky Illustrations by Waldemar von Kozak

Waldemar von Kozak is an incredibly talented artist best known for his cheeky illustrations prominently featuring tough, sexy women. His work has an old-school flavor with a cartoonish feel that will make any viewer smile. Waldemar does freelance work and his work may be found in ads, corporate calendars, posters, postcards, and playing cards. He […]

Celebrity Hedcuts by Noli Novak

Hedcuts are a style of drawing associated with The Wall Street Journal. The stipple and hatching methods of drawing are used to create a portrait similar to that of medieval woodcuts and currency engravings. Noli Novak, an illustrator for The Wall Street Journal with over 26 years of experience under his belt, is one of […]

Hidden – Provocative Illustrations by Jessica Lichtenstein

 Jessica Lichtenstein uses the female form to explore deeper themes of power, fetishism, and objectification in an ironic way. The irony lies in the fact that her work embodies the very paradox she is trying to explore. According to one website, Jessica’s work challenges the viewer to: “question whether these hyper-sexualized women are depicted solely […]

Sweet Selections – Illustrations by Georgi Dimitrov

These toothsome illustrations are just some of the works of Bulgarian illustrator Georgi Dimitrov. It seems to me that these high-calorie snacks were deconstructed into their basic elements with rather drippy results. Oddly enough, the cartoonish aspect of the drawings gives the viewer a new perspective on these so-called ‘junk’ food. Georgi is also known […]

Imaginative Illustrations by Whendell Souza L.

Whendell Souza L is a Brazilian digital artist whose work speaks volumes about his talent and imagination. He is currently active on deviantART where his posted works have gathered quite a following. His style combines fantasy, fiction, and myth with strong feminine characters. To date he does freelance work with photo retouching, photo manipulation, CD […]

Grumpy Bears and Skinny Chefs – Imaginative 3D Characters by Leticia Reinaldo

Leticia Reinaldo is an imaginative 3D artist who is currently based in Los Angeles. Originally from Brazil, she moved to California to attend the prestigious Gnomon School of Visual Effects. Her formal studies enhanced her already considerable artistic and technical skills which in turn resulted into incredibly detailed 3D illustrations. Most of her work involved […]

A Glimpse of Plot – Douglas Smith

Douglas Smith is a true blue New Yorker who earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. His freelance career blossomed in Boston where he worked for local magazines such as New England Monthly, Boston Magazine, and Boston Globe. Smith’s style is reminiscent of the illustrated woodcuts found […]

Mishmash – Weird, But Oddly Pleasing Art by Adonna Khare

Adonna Khare was raised in a small town in Iowa. Her talent for drawing showed at the age of three when started drawing animals and her family. Her favorite tools then were: a sock, an eraser, and a pencil. Her drawings are entirely unplanned and they evolve as she draws. Adonna earned her Bachelor’s Degree […]

You Are What You Eat – Eric Chow

You Are What You Eat is an amusing series by London-based illustrator Eric Chow. As the name implies, it features caricatures of obviously overweight people starting to resemble the food they love to eat. It’s great how he manages to transform an ice cream cone into a ballerina, a shy redhead into a doughnut, and […]

Awesome Animal Portraits by Werner Dreblow

Werner Dreblow is an uber-talented photographer currently based in Berlin. One of his most recent work feature animals in some of the most adorable poses ever! Only Werner can make a snake look cute. Well, cuter than usual, anyway. Those critters that already have a fair amount of cuteness have it magnified tenfold. The result […]

Awesome Realistic 3D Characters by Pawel Rebisz

Pawel Rebisz is a web designer, illustrator, and digital artist who specializes in 3D rendering. What makes him stand out from the mainstream crowd is the amazing amount of detail he puts into each and everyone of his characters. Zoom in close and you’ll see the character’s wrinkles, freckles,  and even individual pores. That’s a […]

Ink Ninjas – Illustrations by Jungshan

Jungshan is a freelance illustrator whose simple medium belie the complexity of her inky illustrations. By combining the ancient style of Asian  ink illustration with digital art techniques, Junshan succeeded in creating stunningly beautiful images. Her strokes give the  illusion of movement and action, something that is not easily achieved using a still medium. According […]

Awesome Hand Drawn Designs by Si Scott

Si Scott is a talented artist who creates unique, hand-drawn designs. A lot of his work is in minimalistic black and white which only serves to heighten the flowing lines and calculated precision of his work. His studio, Si Scott Studio, has a solid reputaion for creating one-of-a-kind concepts and imagery. Because of this, his […]

Iconic Hollywood Characters by Mihalyi Anita

Mihalyi Anita loves to draw both in traditional and digital ways. She does mostly portraits but sometimes she also draws animals for fan. She’s a huge fan of TV and movies and there’s nothing she does better than illustrations of Hollywood actors. Her work is mostly in black and white but her colored ones are […]

Full Moon – Amazing 3D Images by Nikita Veprikov

Nikita Veprikov is a young and gifted freelance illustrator from Ukraine. He didn’t really set out to become a 3D artist and only dabbled in it out of curiosity. A friend of his had recommended using 3D Studio Max, touting it as a program used by film makers. After a while, what started out of idle […]

A Buffet of Bathers – Wacky Illustrations by Denis Zilber

With both of his parents professional artists, it’s no wonder Denis Zilber turned out to be one too. He was born in the former Soviet Union and moved to Israel when he was fifteen years old. One of the more amazing thing about Denis (apart from the fact that he makes great digital illustrations), is […]

Realistic Celebrity Portraits in Pencil by Mitsuo2

Mitsuo2 is a Japanese artist who creates incredibly detailed celebrity portraits using only colored pencils. He has drawn lifelike likenesses of celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Jeremy Renner, Pink, Rhianna, and Scarlet Johannson. According to his dA account, he loves listening to music while painting. Not much else is known about this elusive artist but I […]

Faery Worlds by Jean-Baptiste Monge

Jean-Baptiste Monge is a concept artist, illustrator, and author based in Montreal, Canada. His first solo book “Carnet de croquis, archives de Féerie Tome I” was published in 2006, wherein he did the illustration, texts and layout. Jean-Baptiste loves drawing anything and everything to do with fantasy and faeries. Most (if not all) of his […]

Spilled Portraits by Vivi Mac

Vivi Mac is an astoundingly creative portrait artist who loves capturing her subjects with whatever foodstuff happens to be handy. She has done President Barack Obama in brown sugar, Martin Luther King in coffee, Michael Jackson in milk, and Yoda in green chewing gum. She has also used caramel sauce, barbecue sauce, crushed ice, salt […]

Comic Caricatures by Baydakov Aleksey

Baydakov Aleksey is a Russian artist who has a wonderful way with caricatures. His cartoon caricatures of the stereotypical mobster, cop, and sailor not only captures their very essence, it also has a humorous twist. Aleksey’s may have drawn them a little out of proportion, but proportion is the last thing you’d expect from a […]