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.
Creatures, critters, characters, and females encompass the artworks of talented artist/illustrator Chris Kisler. Drawing his own comics as a youngster before he could even read them, Chris Kisler began artistic studies at a relatively early age. With fun and daring often taking precedence over glory and riches, Chris Kisler has worked for a multitude of [...]
Clementine Derodit is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. Here are samples of some of her designs. Illustrations for the recipe book Et Toque.
Christina K. is a London-based illustrator and screen printer. Her list of clients include Ted Baker, Levi’s, Saatchi & Saatchi, Vogue, and La Perla to name a few. Here are samples of her work.