Archive for April, 2011

Kasidej Hempromaraj designs cartoon characters, paints children book illustrations and also works on conceptual arts. His illustrations are more colorful and playful than what is seen in Golden Books. Remember those? Psychedelic Burst

The anime infused drawings by Nanohikaou which are delicate and beautiful, yet infiltrated with morbidness, with heavy depiction of skulls, are simply amazing. Here are some samples…

The Juxtapoz Magazine cover for May 2011 which hits newstands soon, a pizza surrounded by  flowers, illustrated by Los Angeles-based fine artist, Eric Yahnker. The piece is titled “Cheese Slice on Garland“. It is illustrated with colored pencil on paper. You can buy the magazine here.

Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. In the last edition we highlighted the curious object made by man…Robots. This edition we highlight what is made by nature…Trees. The perennial woody plant can be artistically depicted in many shapes, colors [...]

Couture-inspired illustrated book covers for Penquin Classics books Dracula, Wuthering Heights, The Scarlet Letter, Jane Eyre, and Pride and Prejudice by fashion illustrator Ruben Toledo.

Poster Cabaret Bicycle Print Show at Gallery Black Lagoon focuses on modern concert posters and art prints. Artists include: Aesthetic Apparatus, The Cricket Press, Dan Grzeca, Daymon Greulich, Delicious Design League, Derek Hess, Diana Sudyka, Dirk Fowler, Emek, Furturtle Printworks, Gary Houston, Guy Burwell, Invisible Creature, Jay Ryan, Ken Taylor, Kevin Tong, Landland, Leia Bell, Mat Daly, Methane Studios, Micah Smith, Michael Michael Motorcycle, Nate Duval, Patent Pending, Rhys Cooper, Sonnenzimmer, Spike Press, The Little Friends of Printmaking, The Small Stakes, and Vahalla Studios. The print [...]

Brilliantly creative business card design from rethinkcanda for Credit Card Counseling Society. The half card design mimics a cut up credit card. It was created by reproducing a plastic credit card and then cutting it in half. The name of the client and telephone number were embossed on the business card in the same way [...]

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