Archive for the ‘Illustrations’ Category

Illustrator and graphic designer Samuel Castano’s influences for his design work derives from many things. They include  recycling, Latin America, cultural hybridization, movies, politics, art, riding his bicycle, found things, leaves, and DIY. His designs range from illustrations, to posters, logos and type treatments. No matter the medium, his work oozes a textural feel . [...]

On the surface, Italian artist Valentina Brostean’s beautiful digital art and traditional paintings are surreal and grotesque, with its audience appreciating the subject matter, skill and curiosity it conveys. However the pieces she creates offer deeper meaning and reflect on the artists views on life and personal experience. Not only does she create these wonderments, [...]

Shane Harrison’s editorial illustrations have been seen in Washington Technology, New York Magazine, and the New York Times, to name a few. His pieces often have an art deco, retro feel to them, blending an old fashion style with the new. Harrison is most often recognized for the hundreds of icons she illustrated for New [...]

The Art of Boneface

14, Jun 2011

An artist to recently cross our radar is Boneface (based in Liverpool), whose artwork is noticeably influenced by comic books, video games, and B horror films. Not only does he illustrate but has also works on collages and his work has graced magazine covers, t-shirts and album covers. Here are some samples of his illustrations.

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 nature with different renditions of Trees. In this edition we highlight the creature found in nature…Rabbits. As cute and cuddly as they are, rabbits can also [...]

With amazing attention to detail, color and surrealism, illustrator and cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt, creates illustrations of animals depicted in human settings, whether it be birds at a shoe store, horses on a subway or felines boogying down on a disco dance floor. Here are some samples of her work… Catty Crowd

Fans of horror films will really love these gorgeous art prints by graphic designer Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo, who emphasizes facial features with an acute attention to color. Bella Lugosi is Dead


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