Archive for the ‘Illustrations’ Category

Now that Toy Story 3 is in theaters, Nate Wragg, one of Pixar‘s illustrators has released some character design illustrations and sketches he worked on for the film. Mr. Pricklepants was one of the first characters Nate Wragg had the chance to work on. When he first came on to the show, he was assigned [...]

Jeffrey Richter studied drawing, painting, printmaking, figure drawing, design, and business of art at the East Central College in Union, MO. Here are some examples of his surrealistic artworks…

Painter and illustrator Lonnie Busch‘s artwork covers a broad sprectrum from editorial work to advertising, characters, products, and food. He has created artwork for corporations and institutions across the United States, including the 2002 “Greetings from America” stamps and the 2004 “Summer Olympics” stamp for the US Postal Service. Not only that he has also [...]

Turkish illustrator Ceren Aksungr’s drawings caught our eye due to their lowbrow nature and we’re quite partial to lowbrow art. Her work blends deviousness, with a touch of the bizarre, mixed with surrealism.

Brian Stauffer is a contributing artist to many publication including The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The New Yorker, The Nation, The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Esquire, GQ, and over 300 others worldwide, Brian’s illustrations are best known for its conceptual take on social issues. He is also is the recipient of the 2010 Editorial [...]

French illustrator Bruno Mallart’s digital collages are fun and surrealistic. In his technique he uses a mixture of watercolor, gouache, and pencil. All on paper mounted on wood.

Nothing defines the 80′s quite like Valley Girl talk, John Hughes films and the video arcade game Pac Man. Here are some totally cool Pac Man fan art illustrations. Like fersure! by Samurai PET


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