This funny sequence is by Scottish illustrator Carolyn Alexander (now living in France). Her blog is a joy, and often wryly observant. This mini comic is about trying, and then getting, a beehive. See her portfolio, here. Related articles Kelly Osbourne Debuts A Brave New Look In London […]
These jam-packed illustrations by Colin Thompson are as much fun as any search-and-find picture puzzles we ever did. This Australia-based children’s author & illustrator has an enormous body of work — from books and jigsaw puzzles to iPhone covers. You could spend hours on some of these illustrations […]
The Voyage is a collection of 60 drawings done over two years (2010-11) exploring memory, identity and displacement and how dreams, fables and stories capture essential truths and experiences. These works by U.K. artist Andrzej Jackowski are on exhibition through Oct. 2 at Purdy Hicks Gallery, London. Jackowski’s […]
These works glow with the colors of India, from a travel series by Moscow artist Katia Petrunina. All her works are worth investigating, for style, color and precision.
This work, with all its textured bits of minutiae, demonstrates how easy it is to get lost in Henry McCausland’s beautiful illustrations. The British artist (he lives in Kent) deploys an exceptional color palette and the all-pervasive movement in many of his pieces is arresting. See his website, […]
This face is hard to ignore. Alex Spinney’s large-scale portraits of birds in oils include chickens, peacocks and numerous owls. This one, though, is as compelling as any painted bird I’ve seen. Those eyes.