Check out the work of Kilian Eng, an inspirational Stockholm-based illustrator who specializes in fantastic retro/sci-fi futurism illustrations. In his flat vector styled works his vibrant use of colour really shines, while his dynamic sceneries capture exciting glimpses into unknown worlds.
She goes by the name Yeo Kaa and she draws from experience. She reminds me of a very young Clementine Kruczynski because of her eternally changing hair colour. Her style, on the other hand, is reminiscent of Yoshimoto Nara’s artworks dabbed with LSD-fied explosion of colours and emotions. Kaa is from Laguna, Philippines.
Matt Witt recently started this illustration project where he draws a scene from Glastonbury every day for a month. Each day he posts a drawing to Facebook, giving the world an honest reflection on the town and his experience living in it. His goal for this project is to be able to compile the drawings […]
My latest illustration project is titled NEON HEROES and consists of more than 40 hyper-colourful illustrations featuring heroic portraits of fantastic characters and superhero-like beings. There is also a complementary Super Limited Deluxe Edition NEON HEROES artbook with tons of bonus stuff available to order.
Brandon Locher works across a wide variety of mediums including audio recordings, visual art, multimedia art and sound art and is a main contributor and co-founder of My Idea of Fun, a collective of musicians, visual artists, film makers and writers based in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. His series Mazes to the Motherlode consists of detailed illustrations […]
I am a Swedish illustrator and designer who works in London. I love character design, doodling and patterns, being inspired by childhood memories, my bad sense of humour, and my love for nature. With my constantly growing Animal Kingdom collection, I combine all that with a bit of “nature strikes back”.
Patrick Kyle is best known for his unconventional narrative work, creating worlds that are somewhere between a delirious hallucination and a sweet dream. The zines he produces, in particular, are a delight. Seemingly working non-stop, he is always trying his hand at something new or experimenting in some way.
Malaysia-based illustrator Vince Low has a portrait style all his own. His series of celebrity portraits look like elaborate doodles with a remarkable realism to them. You can see the smooth, fluid motion in each stroke, and his drawings almost look effortless.
Nebraskan-born Celeste Pille has put our kiddy-imaginations to rest, drawing images of popular cartoon characters appearing adult-like and all grown up! Those who watched Rug Rats, Hey Arnold, Pepper Ann and The Magic School Bus in the 90’s will understand.
Australian born, New York-based artist Karan Singh operates under the alias Wake Up Mr. Singh and has released a plethora of new illustrations in addition to re-branding and relaunching his website.
At first glance, the work of Dutch artist Ramon Bruin appears to be a variety of three dimensional sculptures. But further inspection reveals the works to actually be sublimely executed anamorphic graphite drawings. Marvelous!
Andrew Wilson is an illustrator and tattoo artist whose work looks like Pixar-quality digital illustration, except for the fact that he uses ordinary coloured pencils on paper. His Daft Punk illustration reached the top of Reddit, and it also caught the attention of the French electronic music duo themselves. Wilson posts his illustrations on Instagram, […]
Alana Dee Haynes has real knack for illustrating the unseen. Using ink pens and magazine clippings, the Brooklyn-based artist transforms the human figure into something organic, almost plant-like, and yet cooly seductive. She seems to have mastered the overlap area between illustration and photography as she adds tattoos and, patterns, and fungal growth to beautiful model images.
Paris-based illustrator Matthieu Barrère has a site called Awful Drawings, where he posts, er, awful drawings. These mostly come with declarative copy and are howlingly silly. We like stuff that is howlingly silly, so we like Matthieu Barrère.
Xiaonan Sun recently posted a unique video of him drawing a tribute to Shawshank Redemption, one of his favorite movies. But what really makes it amazing is that he did this work with both hands at the same time. Using only pencils and erasers, this self-taught artist creates truly fantastic drawings.