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If one artist had to illustrate a trippy book like “Alice in Wonderland”, it had to be Salvador Dali. The trippiest of all artist did actually create twelve illustration for Caroll’s most famous book, that’s one illustration per chapter. The book was recently republished to commemorate the 150th anniversary of one of the most popular […]
New York artist Ben Rubin found a good way to entertain himself during his subway commutes. During the rides, he works on his Subway Doodles project, which consists in taking pictures with his iPad and sketching cute monsters into the scenes.
Sébastien Thibault is a talented Canadian illustrator. He works as a freelancer and sells his illustrations to various large newspapers and magazines, such as Time magazine, The New Yorks Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Le Monde, The Wallstreet Journal, The Boston Globe, Billboard, L’Actualité and many others…
Korean illustrator Jee-ook Choi has made herself a name in the world of illustration. Her surreal worlds create a charming environment that convinced the organizers of the BIFAN festival to commission her to create posters for the festival. The posters she designed for the festival are just fantastic, with simple lines and two prominent colors, […]
Soviet Russia was a failure in many aspects, but there is one thing they did right: posters! This series of advertising posters to fight alcoholism are another good example of the great work done by the Russian designers of the time to design good posters.
The Association of Illustrators organizes a yearly award for the best illustration work published worldwide. This year, two Korean illustrators won both the professional award, won by Jimin Kim, and the New Talent award, won by Jungho Lee. Hand-drawn illustration book made using graphite and charcoal by Jimin Kim.
Inspired by a mix of several twentieth century art movements, Stefan Glerum’s illustrations are both colorful and subtle, often playing with isometric perspective. The Dutch illustrator works for a wide range of international clients, which is the best proof of his success.
You probably have heard of the 36 views of the Mt. Fuji by Hokusai before, or at least you know the most famous piece of the series: the Great Wave off Kanagawa. The work of the master of ukiyo-e has inspired plenty of artist to create series of prints on a topic or a place. […]
Based in Vilnius, Lithuania, Justina Leisyte is a talented illustrator who creates colorful artworks. Her work can be seen on her Behance page, where she goes by the name Julei.
Unfortunately, not all great movies saw the light. Some movie projects with great film directors were predicted, but never happened for one reason or another. But what if these movies were filmed? What would the promotional posters look like? Illustrator and poster designer Fernando Reza tried to answer that question by taking on the project […]
Swedish illustrator Simon Stalenhag takes a look at our relationship to technology in his worrying work. People just like you or me are confronted to new technological realities in what looks like a dystopian future. The illustrations look like our world, so we can still relate to it despite the extra-technological display.
Social media has become so overwhelming in our daily lives, it’s hard to not see the downsides of our online presence and its influence in our real life. Brecht Vandenbroucke, a Belgian illustrator, takes a critical look at the consumerism and cynism of social media.
Based in New Zealand, illustrator T Wei doesn’t give much information about himself (or herself) online. Regular updates are given on this Tumblr. You can also buy prints on INPRNT or discover the artist’s work on this Behance page.
When we want to test our tablet’s drawing apps, most of us will quickly scribble things quickly, try a few pen thickness and colors, then close the app and never open it anymore. Lucas Levitan is a bit different. To test his new iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, the illustrator took upon a personal challenge: drawing […]
Penguin did it again. The publisher redesigned one of their popular book series that includes Shakespeare’s classics. Layout-wise, the covers feature a simple yet elegant design, with a minimalist approach to the title and other typographic elements. The big change comes from the illustrations, prominently displayed in the bottom part of the cover. Graphic designer and […]