Spanish artist Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde aka Nikneuk took the time and patience to draw the interiors and floor plans of her favorite TV shows and movies – A very tedious work and a pretty nice final result (except the fonts and logo choices) – Especially if you know the show (Simpsons, Sex in the city, [...]
Mel Kadel uses the technique called “drawing with an eyelash” on her floral, dropped and striped patterns and the peculiar characters of her images. She works using ancient papers, tiny pens, cotton swabs and glue. Grew up in Pennsylvania suburbs and graduated from Moore College of Art & Design in 1997, moved to
From a distance, Sagaki Keita‘s work simply look like recreations of the usual, old classics. But as you step closer, you’ll see that each one is actually composed of compressed, manically-drawn doodles and iconic commercial characters. This unexpected tongue-in-cheek hybrid is the brainchild of the artist’s childhood love of comics and graffiti, and is drawn [...]
It’s always nice to see some hand-drawn illustrations these days, and in a picture book, no less! Avant-garde publishing house Gestalten has just released Illustrators Unlimited, a 288-page hardcover that presents “cutting-edge illustration talents scouted from around the world”. From established names to fresh up-and-comers, the book reveals an
French illustrator Antoine Caecke released this lovely little book entitled ‘Jacquards’ . Jacquard is the French name of these complex knits that this hairy dude is wearing below. I really like his pencil illustrations, see more below.
The work of French illustrator, Jules Julien, is questions the reality of the world which surrounds us. He puts in scene a world where the symbol blends with the anecdote and where the strange is concealed behind the images in his meticulously drawings.
“Clare Stephenson’s sculpture and drawings sit comfortably between craft, Pop, DIY and a taste for the nasty side of French culture. She makes art the way cranks build models, with scrupulous attention to detail and a respect for
2 years ago, we introduced you the wonderful work of fashion illustrator Cecilia Carlstedt - Since then, she has created a lot more goodness ! Here is a little update of her elaborate and oh so fashionable portfolio…
Samantha Zaza is a self confessed “compulsive sketcher, tea drinker, nomad”. She is also a fantastic graphic artist as her amusing Coup series demonstrates. The series is a selection of colour pencil drawings of pigeons “with Napoleonic complexes”. Zaza moves around between Istanbul and San Fransisco, she blogs and she exhibits her drawings at Studio [...]
Stella Im Hultberg is raw femininity, sexuality, vulnerability, and reality. Nothing is masked in the faces of her girls; all misery, all troubles are fully evinced. Hultberg’s paintings and drawings cause the viewer to feel for her girls. They are the type of girls that everyone subconsciously desires [male or female]. They’ve faces like sombre supermodels but the way their sleepy eyes stare, the way their hands grasp for more, the way their hair falls and rises so freely are what make them so innocently seductive. The girls of Stella Im Hultberg may look as though they are trying to hide away, but they’re not at all. They show you everything everyone should know and appreciate about a woman.