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In a quite minimal style and with good use of space, Indonesian artist Elicia Edijanto has created a beautiful series of watercolor where children meet wild animals. Without much action, there is a great sense of poetry coming out from these artworks, a sensation of freedom that just makes you feel better.
If you are going to make illustrations of cities that are great destinations for food lovers, how could you do it better than by using food to create the illustrations itself. Althought I’m not sure the chosen destinations are the best places for food, or even are foodies destinations at all, the illustrations by Anna […]
Down my building, there is a small bookstore entirely dedicated to fight cruelty towards animal. Their main topic is veganism and globally to stop people from eating animals. They are efficient and do their job great, but they can sometimes sound a bit too serious for people. In this post you can see a few […]
French illustrator Sébastien Del Grosso did an awesome series of illustrations combined with photographic self-portraits. These pictures, in which he really interacts in a humorous way with the drawings, are a great way to express the artist’s love/hate relationship with his drawings. The artist, who is also a good photographer, even took the time to […]
Korean illustrator Obsidian decided to show us what some of the most popular Western fairy tales could have looked like if they were made in Asia. He (or she) re-drew scenes from the movies and gave it a new asian touch. Alice in Wonderland Snow white The Beauty and the Beast Frozen Princess and the […]
The Book of Miracles was rediscovered a few years ago. It is considered as one of the most beautiful illustrated books of the early Renaissance. It was published in Germany around the year 1550 with acrylic and watercolor paintings. The 169 pages book uses illustrations from the Bible, legends, ancient traditions, or medieval chronicles that […]
If you have to make some gifts for kids this Christmas, I’m going to be shameless and plug in my recent Elefont products that would make the perfect purchase for this occasion. Elefont T-shirts and prints Find the right letter according to the kid’s name, then chose between onesies, kids T-shirts or simply art prints. […]
Italian artist Nunzio Paci created a set of gorgeous drawings that blend nature and the human body. A very pleasing organic take on anatomical drawings.
It’s hard to find anything about Shanghai Tango on his (or her) Tumblr site, but the work speaks for itself. Most drawings are funny, some a little less but they are always clever.
Matthias Leutwyler‘s illustrations look like a mix of drawing, collage and painting. He doesn’t say much about himself, but his work speaks for itself.
Poetic, funny, witty, or just beautiful, new art prints are published online every day. Every week, we try to share the best of new digital printmaking projects. The Magician tarot card by Jazzberry Blue. Kokeshi doll by Giulio Rossi. Turtle in stone garden by Budi Satria Kwan. Cabinet of curiosities by Felix Rousseau. P is […]
I’m happy to announce that the Elefont alphabet is now available for sale as a book on Lulu. It has been tested and approved by my 2 years old son, so go ahead if you want to make a nice christmas gift to a little kid that needs to learn how to read. Also, don’t […]
Poetic, funny, witty, or just beautiful, new art prints are published online every day. Every week, we try to share the best of new digital printmaking projects. Forgiveness by Alejandro Girardo. Cannonball by Budi Satria Kwan. As day turns to night by Budi Satria Kwan. Mêmsac by Exit Man. Nostalgia by Nazario Graziano. You are […]
SHOUT is the artist name of Alessandro Gottardo, an Italian illustrator who lives in Milano. You can chek his website for more funny and thoughtful illustrations.
A humorous typography-related project by Eni Saurus. The designer imagined some scenes in which letters were involved. The simple illustrations with just a touch of color work very well to bring the letters to life.