British illustrator Edward Cheverton remains a favorite. I’ve posted about him before, but these new works are sublime. These first four are about “that moment in music where everything comes together and the listener enters a state of pure ecstasy.” As you can tell from the other works […]
The variety of colors and shapes in these Moleskines reflect the wide scope of the work of Sophie Leblanc, a French illustrator influenced by Art Nouveau and Japanese culture. Just lovely. (Click image for a larger view)
Istanbul-based artist Samantha Zaza, a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, has also trained in trapeze. This freelance illustrator’s work is made to be savored. These are some of her Moleskines – of which she has dozens on her website and Flickr.
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 […]
I love to see artist progress shots and how-to’s, but I’ve never seen one quite like this. From the Behance site of Coming Soon, a Belgian visual identity studio that hand crafts its work and then transforms it into digital images. This is a work in progress. http://www.coming-soon.be […]
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 […]