Discover the best illustrators in our regular features.
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 […]
The Force is with Russell Walks. The talented American illustrator seems to have some extra powers when it comes to create stunning illustrations and poster art. He can already be proud of an impressive list of prestigious clients that include Paramount, Time Warner, or Marvel, among others. For these clients, he specializes in creating alternative […]
Mila Spasova is an artist and illustrator who creates work on all kinds of topics, often in a cute and stylish way. Among other things, she has published cute prints that feature alphabet letters or numbers. Isometric X city. T. No 26. Summer 6. U. Maze.
The Choju-jinbutsu-giga represents animal caricatures from the 7th century, it is usually referred as the first manga every published. Famous for its movies like Totoro or Chihiro, Studio Ghibli created a small advertisement that animates this historic manga, which was a pretty big deal in Japan. Via Ukiyo-e blog.
These pages are extracted from a graphic design magazine that was published in 1901 in Japan. The magazine was titled Shin-Bijutsukai and regularly published illustrators work. It’s interesting to notice that the inspiration you can get from this type of publication is in some way the same, there wasn’t just as much content all the time. […]
Based in quiet Québec, Sébastien Thibault expresses his talent on all the hot and controversial topics of the moment and get his work published in the most prestigious newspapers and magazines of the world. In The New Yorks Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Le Monde, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, or The Neue […]
Born a Swedish citizen in Germany in 1746, Balthasar Anton Dunker lived and worked most of his life in Switzerland, where he created illustrations, engravings, pharmaceutical labels, and caricatures. The illustrator was very critical of the hopes his contemporaries were putting in balloon transportation. The two illustrations you can see on this page are imaginary […]
If you frequently check art and illustration blogs, you probably already have seen Terry Fan’s art. His most famous series are probably the Star Wars themed ones, his animals, or his night gardeners. You can follow his work on his Facebook page. The Night Gardener – Buy it on Society6. The Night Gardener – Buy […]
Despite all the details, Mark Powell’s drawings are quite minimalist. He doesn’t use any color and usually keeps the drawings centered on one subject. The artworks become special because they are drawn on old magazine and maps, and perfectly integrate to it.
Andrew Joyce and David Robert are two designers based in Tokyo. Inspired by the gorgeous covers of the New Yorker or the Parisianer, they decided to pay a tribute to these magazines iconic covers by creating an imaginary Tokyo counterpart: the Tokyoiter. The covers layouts and illustrations are of course heavily inspired by the two […]
With his bold outlines and colorful designs, Scott Martin’s style is easy to recognize, no wonder his witty illustrations are so widely appreciated. Major brands like Google, Fast Company, or Dropbox (among others) asked him to create work for them, and his work has been numerous magazines. Check out his portfolio at Burnt Toast Creative for […]
With a few strokes, Andrew Fox creates lovable illustrations of animals that get a calligraphic look-and-feel. The designer works with a calligraphic pen and uses the techniques of calligraphy to create these animals, a good exercise in minimalism.