French illustrator and comic artist Chris Panda has come up with a series of drawings that takes us deep inside our favourite cartoon characters. No not like, feelings deep inside. More like skeletons deep inside. It’s a simple but fun series involving characters like Iron Man, Fionna and Cake, Sailor Moon, and oh just take […]
Julien Pacaud is a French illustrator currently living in Le Mans. He claims that in his former life he was an astrophysician, an international snooker champion, a hypnotist, and an esperanto teacher. But his true passion he hopes to engage in more of in the future is time-traveling.
With digital art getting a lot of attention these days, it’s easy to forget the beauty of more traditional mediums. UK-based artist, Andrea Joseph, takes us back to that place with her wonderfully whimsical hand-drawings. Using nothing more than pencils and pen, she creates incredibly detailed illustrations of everything from Converse shoes to clothes in a washing machine.
The work of Linda Kim makes me think a lot about the motifs that seem to be seeping into every artist’s work these days — forests, mythological creatures, crystals, geometric patterns, and new age psychedelia.
Nineteen year-old self-taught Korean artist Minjae Lee creates the most luminous, eye-popping illustrations. They are intricate yet surprisingly accessible, the daring splashes of messily-applied colour accentuating the strong lines that characterize her portrait work in particular.
I went to SVA with Khary Randolph. I thought that i could draw before I met this dude. Khary is absolutely amazing as an illustrator. I swear dude was drawing comics for marvel while he was still in college (this may not be true, but it sure as hell seemed that way). Dude was that good.