Mexican illustrator Erika Kuhn has a way with hearts – but not in the romantic manner you might expect for Valentine’s Day. She tells the truth about the heart in love, and exquisitely conveys the problems that afflict it. The theme is constant in her beautifully executed Moleskines.
Here is a taste of how a clever young artist illustrated the 12 signs of the zodiac to scope what each astrological personality would do to adapt at the end of the world.
Estonian illustrator and graphic designer Eiko Ojala creates these works as if they’ve been paper cut, although they are actually drawn. It’s his skill with light and shadow that makes the landscapes and figures pop. This popular artist shows up now frequently on book covers, in magazines and […]
. Canadian author and illustrator Jon Klassen won the prestigious Caldecott Medal from the American Library Association this week, the latest in a run of awards that honor his contemporary style.
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.