Illustrations Archive

Cool Alternative Movie Posters by Doaly

Doaly is a designer and illustrator from the United Kingdom. He describes himself as a designer, doodler, photographer, day dreamer, and part time superhero. His most work is a series of alternative movie posters which many on the internet (me included) think is way cooler than the actual movie posters. He uses no fancy 3D […]

After the “Happily Ever After” – Illustrations by Dina Goldstein

Dina Goldstein is a Canadian photographer and illustrator who has created a series of rather ironic illustrations of contemporary fairy tale endings. According to Dina, the project was inspired by her observation of three-year-old girls, who were developing an interest in Disney’s Fairy tales. She said: “The Disney versions almost always have sad beginning, with […]

A Glimpse Into the Imagination of Begemott

Alx a.k.a. Begemott, is a New York-based artist whose work speaks of an imagination both broad in scope and depth. His art is at times wistful, childish, morbid, or playful. His work “Sweet Halloween Dreams” has recently come to the attention of Hollywood and a film loosely based on his work is already in the […]

Brought to Life – Anamorphic Drawings by Alessandro Diddi

Alessandro Diddi is a 42-year-old Italian artist does freehand anamorphic paintings that are so real, they’ll send shivers up your spine. Not all his drawings are as creepy as the one above, but they’re all pretty convincing. He said: ““I want my drawings to put across the message that the eye can trick the mind […]

Furry Felines – Illustrations by Daesiy

Daesiy (aka Dae) is an 18-year-old American artist who creates amazingly detailed digital illustrations. Her account over at deviantART has a ton of watchers. What I love about her work is that her animals (mostly feline or canine in nature) are naturally posed and proportioned. She accepts commissions, but she’s a little busy at the […]

Posters – Art and Illustrations by Joshua Budich

Joshua Budich loves TV shows, movies, and music. His passion for them is pretty obvious in his art, which features some of his favorite movies, TV series, and musicians. Five years ago, he went into the screenprint business and now boasts around 65 pprints in his art portfolio. He is currently based in Baltimore where […]

Silence of the Bunnies – Wacky Illustrations by Ekaterina Frolova

Kate Frolova is a freelance illustrator from Moscow. She also goes by the name Ekaterina Frolova in some of her artistic accounts in the web. She is known for her wacky and highly cartoonish illustrations. Menacing pumpkins, worm-eating-apples and nectar-swilling bees are but a small part of her repertoire. My favorite is the adorable bunny […]

Gone to Seed – Comic Illustrations by Carlos Dattoli

Carlos Dattoli is a freelancie artist who specializes in digital illustration. He utilizes photoshop to do all his paintings from scratch. His subjects range from post-apocalyptic horrors to alien bat-things. One of his more recent work features a crane-assisted Superman, a Segway-riding Flash, and an out-of-breath Dynamic Duo. It seems that the lack of super […]

Squiggles – Portraits by Vince Low

Portraits are difficult, but Malaysian artist Vince Low has not only mastered the art of portraiture, he draws them using nothing but a bunch of squiggles. At a glance, they look like rough sketches but they’re actually perfect portraits just as they are. He has drawn, with great accuracy, the portraits of Rowan Atkinson, Eddie […]

Fantastic Pencil Portraits by J. leigh

J. Leigh is a 29-year-old American artist who draws fantastic portraits in pencil. According to her deviantART account, she likes interesting or moving music, hates wallpaper (she prefers paint, but this option usually leads to problems seeing the screen), and is NOT a resident of this dimension. Her personal quote is: “Rocking the boat would […]

Comic Book Heroes – Illustrations by Joshua Middleton

Joshua Middleton is a gifted Illustrator whose work has graced the pages of both DC and Marvel, Darkhorse, and Image comics. He has long since branched out into book cover art, character design, and concept art. Joshua has also worked as an art director for television and a feature film. His impressive list of clients […]

Frosted Fast Food – Illustrations by Ben Frost

Ben Frost is an Australian artist known for his trademark kaleidoscopic style. One of his more recent works involve empty packs of McDonald’s fries and a few well-known pop icons. Bart Simpson, Elmo, Batman, a Spy, and a pair of Zombies – all of them are incorporated into the fast food wrappers. Ben co-founded the […]

Fairy Tales and Batman – Illustrations by Francisco Valle

Francisco Valle is a Brazilian illustrator and art director. His quirky series “Stomachache” is, excuse the pun, a bellyful of laughs. The series features a couple of well-known and well-liked public figures who appears to be great gastronomical discomfort over the remains of their arch nemesis. Apparently, Batman and President Obama have bitten off more […]

Come, All You Little Monsters – Digital art by Sofian Moumene

Sofian Moumene was born in Algeria on September 22, 1985. His family moved to Romania, Bucharest when he was eight years old. Sofian currently works under CariocaStudio doing what he does best: digital art. He specializes in creating realistic computer generated images. He usually starts from scratch and does the texturing, lighting, modeling, and topology […]

Celebrities in Pencil – Realistic Drawings by A-D-I–N-U-G-R-O-H-O

Yet another talented artist joins the ranks of the unnamed. This gifted artist goes by the name A-D-I–N-U-G-R-O-H-O on his deviantART page. Not much else is known about the artist except for the fact that he’s from Indonesia. The meagerness of the artist’s personal details is more than made up for by the incredible amount […]

Fascinating Fractals by Joe Maccer

Joe Maccer has created quite a stir on deviantART with his fractal designs. Fractals are basically a mathematical concept wherein a geometric pattern is repeated at ever smaller scales to produce irregular shapes. Joe’s work goes beyond creating simple fractal shapes. His designs utilize a bit of abstract 3D graphics as well. Joe’s creations resemble […]

Pop Icon Portraits – Illustrations by Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell is an L.A.-based artist has created dramatic portraits of famous movie characters. His series entitled “The Portrait Show” was recently on display at the Mondo Gallery at Texas. It features icons such as Beatrix Kiddo (Kill Bill), The Joker (Tim Burton’s Batman), Dr. Emmett Brown (Back to the Future), Dorothy (Wizard of Oz), […]

Fantastic Fantasy Art by Saeed Jalabi

  Saeed Jalabi is a gifted, 24-year-old artist who hails from Tehran, Iran. He is entirely self-taught and loves to fiddle with different art styles to create his own. Saeed specializes in creating fascinating creatures from other worlds that surely exist in his imagination. HE said:  “I would never limit myself just to one style […]

Other Worlds – Illustrations by Antonio Caparo

Antonio Caparo is a comic artist and graphic designer currently based in Canada. His work is an eclectic mixture of steampunk, calligraphy, and comic illustrations. Antonio’s work has been widely published in magazines, books for young readers, and children’s books. He has also dabbled a bit in animation and advertising. The early part of his […]

Cool, Fat, and Cuddly – Illustrations for Children by Anne Patzke

Anne Patzke is a talented German illustrator who specializes in creating adorable characters for children’s books. One of her first and most enduring cartoon character is a bunny girl named ‘Kulla’. Kulla gets to have all sorts of adventures in Anne’s very own comic strip. All of her characters (kittens, a penguin, an acrobatic panda, […]

A Nation’s Symbols – Artwork by Steve Ellis

Steve Ellis is a New York-based artist whose work is focused mainly on contemporary consumerism. Using pop culture iconography (broken high-heeled shoes, torn magazines, disposable lighters, and a scuffed motorcycle helmet), he explores the issue with a bluntness seldom seen in most artworks. His art may be a little graphic, but one certainly can’t deny […]

Fabulous Game Art by Andrea Femerstrand

Andrea Femerstrand is a Swedish concept artist & illustrator. Her day job involves storybook-illustrations, character designs, and concept art for film and games. She also does freelance illustrations during the weekends. According to her: “I love making art with a story that’s geared towards a younger audience. Character design is quite challenging, but that’s what […]

Dramatic Scratchboard Illustrations by Nicolas Delort

Nicolas Delort strives to tell stories both big and small through his intricate and evocative, black and white illustrations. He started doodling as a hobby during high school, but the hobby turned into a full-blown passion when he reached college. He built up a portfolio, got into some art classes, and never looked back since. […]

Attention-Grabbing Headlines – Illustrations by Rafael Alvarez

Rafael Alvarez is a multi-award-winning Brooklyn-based illustrator whose list of clients include big names like Playboy Magazine, American Express, Paramount Pictures, and Grand Central Station. Some of his illustrations may be a bit graphic for some, but he definitely gets the point across. Rafael has published several graphic novels, comic strips, and children’s books all […]

House Targaryen – Illustrations by Kirsi Salonen

Kirsi Salonen is a 26-year old Finnish artist who creates fictional characters and creatures in a dark fantasy style. She obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from South-Carelia Polytechnic Art School. Kirsi was drawn into art from a young age. Even before her graduation, she has worked with  illustrations, comics, graphic design, and game art. […]