These arresting works are by a part-time artist, a carpenter, in Vancouver, who uses the pseudonym TerbyWonder. The technique is superb, and the creativity sublime. He clearly has an affinity for capturing the mysteries of women.
David Samila’s puckish drawings are a small slice of his extensive body of work, assembled over a career that began in the 1960s, spanned London and Rome and included time out as a Canadian bush pilot.
Ryan Travis Christian’s graphite and ink works are compelling abstracts, based on old-fashioned cartoon iconography. The Chicago-area artist has an exhibition of new works (Here We Aren’t Again) at CAM Raleigh.
These peaceful works are from Serbian artist Ana Vujovic, who also creates high color, multisensory and sound installations. These pen & ink pieces are so beautifully executed, fit for gazing and inspiration.
What an eye this Moscow-based illustrator and designer has with Moleskine in hand (Watercolour Notebook CM 13×21). The talented Anna Karmazina catches all manner of everyday vignettes in these engaging pages.
Serbian artist Vladimir Stankovic has created some new species in these animated illustrations in scientific style. His Cephalopodoptera series blends Octopus, squid, moths and beetles into fantasy creatures. Nice GIFs.