Seoul-based freelancer Jisu Choi created these promotional illustrations with Dutch architectural firm OMA for the Paris Pleyel project (see more on Pleyel, here)
Spanish artist Irma Gruenholz doesn’t just do Easter, although the bunny ears are appropriate for the season. She’s gaining renown for all the portraits, still lifes and domestic scenes she’s doing, calling them ‘clay illustrations.’
I have such respect for artists who illustrate magazine, book and newspaper covers because of the intense deadline and editorial pressures they face while delivering unique, on-target work. One of the busiest in the business is Toronto illustrator Jeannie Phan (first post back in 2013 on the Art […]
Sometimes, the artistic process is just as interesting as the finished work. First, browse these creatures in Chilean illustrator Cristobal Ojeda Newfren’s sketchbook, then watch the time-lapse video.
These drawings by Swedish artist Marcus-Gunnar Pettersson reflect a theme pursued by many artists: the question of how and when (and if) the world will end. But a focus on destruction is nothing new for creatives, and if artists today emphasize doomsday, it’s a sure thing some of […]
You may already be a fan of Swedish illustrator Mattias Adolfsson, one of the world’s best known sketch artists. These are his latest: ‘Pens.’ He’s sometimes called “the mad scientist of the Moleskine.” (click to enlarge)