Posts Tagged ‘drawings

Seeing the artwork of  Samuel Silva, a Portugal based attorney no less, is truly believing in what we believe to be impossible. If you’re scratching your head at that sentence, so will you be at the followings drawings. They boggle the mind and make you want to hold the canvas he worked on, just to [...]

These colorful illustrations for a book about Greek customs and traditions from Art Source Publishing, were created by talented illustrator Dimitra Tzanos.

Check out artist StunkKid’s time-lapse drawing video and see how he made his creation titled Dead Lips. It is amazing the amount of layers required to finish off this piece. Visit StuntKid’s website to see more of his incredible artwork.

Drawings of Maess are always characterized by an uncommon precision of the line, frivolous and whimsical at the same time, and an uncommon saturation of the image, so often mistaken for computer generated images. She draws from such distant sources as Spanish expressionism (with its dark humor), anti-discursive games of Duchamp (with their foolishness), and [...]

Skimming over doodles, drawings, collages, thoughts and illustrations in Moleskins are a fantastic source of inspiration. It’s an artist’s sidekick, idea book, and visual journal. Last year our Daily Design Inspiration #21 was for Moleskine Art and we figured it’s long overdue for a Design Inspiration Moleskine Art Part Deux. For our 35th edition, here [...]

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…


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