Hayelin Choi created this detailed story to the music of Soap Doll, by the Korean group Carnival. The candy pop tempo matches the lovely pace of her tale. (Listen to the music on video, end of this post) Choi is a junior in illustration at the School […]
Singapore artist Elly Liyana illustrates in Indian ink and graphite on paper, and takes her inspiration from artists such as Edward Hopper, René Magritte and Gustav Klimt. These are from her series of double sisters. This was the first set of sisters. See more of her work […]
Hong Kong artist Peony Yip blends the real and the imagined in these vignettes about the ache of a long-distance relationship. See more of her drawings on The White Deer. (Click on an image, then click again on Yip’s original to see the photograph on which the drawings […]
Daniel Mackie is a well-known British artist whose work often features hands. He put together this batch of hands-up illustrations on Behance, where you could browse endlessly among his exquisite work. Daniel Mackie’s website, here. He has a fascinating personal blog, here on WordPress He’s on Behance, here.
(From the Archives:) I am besotted by these pieces from Mark Penxa’s menagerie of quirky creatures, although he produces a wide variety of other types of work. See all the art and projects of this Michigan-based artist, here. His Facebook, here. His website, here. Mark […]
Angela Mercedes Donna Otto of Germany filled a sketchbook with images of disaster, created in coffee and tea. The message of her art is that “disaster is a beginning . . .a chance to grow, disaster is change and evolution.” Have a look at the whole series here. […]