Sagaki Keita is a Japanese artist whose densely composited pen and ink illustrations contain thousands of whimsical characters that are drawn almost completely improvised. Check out the details inside the zoom!
Marie-Reine Lim, alias Emerele, is a French graphic designer and an illustrator. Inspired by multiple artists, she builds her own creative imaginary world. The first images of this post are from Yasuko, a book for children which has been recently published.
The work of Karim Hetherington is unique, indeed it fuses diverse themes such as surrealism street art cubism, collage and typographic elements together with far eastern themes. The results are a train of thought mash up style with plenty of crazy compositions characters and huge explosions of colour and letters. So if your looking for […]
This series of artworks of Shalmor Avnon Amichay/Y&R Interactive advertising agency was part of a Mercedes-Benz advertisement campaign. The illustrations portrait the emotional ties between the two sides of the brain. The beautiful illustrated spreads show creativity, art and passion of the right brain vs the analysis, accuracy and logic of the left brain.
Luca Molnar is a graphic designer and illustrator from Hungary. She has worked as an illustrator since 2006, with her works being featured in magazines all over the world and she has worked for all kinds of companies.
Anamorphic drawings are distorted pictures requiring the use of a reflective device to reconstitute the image. István Orosz is a Hungarian illustrator and a master of the technique, hand drawing his images where every straight line is a complex curve.
This is a very creative and caricatural but yet so true view of the world by Americans. Attached are also a “Europe according to” series maps. Very funny indeed by Bulgarian Yanko Tsvetkov aka AlphaDesigner!
An idea for a series with honest logos, revealing the actual content of the company, what they really should be called. Some are cheap, some might be a bit funny, some will maybe be brilliant. I don’t know.
“Solitude” is the project which took Joe Fenton some 10 months of working 10 hours per day to produce. The Brit who lives in New York drew this amazing 5 metre wide work of art with only a 0.5 mechanical pen.