The creativity of artist sketchbooks is always inspiring. This one, in vivid colors by Beijing-based Peng Wu, is especially so. She uses watercolor, gouache, colorpencil, ink, makerpen, oilpastel, pastel, colorpen, and brush. See all her work on Behance, here. Also, be sure to check out her Instagram, here.
Illustrator Ana Miminoshvili uses her sketchbook not just for personal creativity but also to conceptualize some of her freelance projects, which have included Adobe, the World Bank and Daimler. Make sure you look at her full portfolio here.
These works from Chris Buchholz are impossibly creative, and surreal, and this is only one of his many styles. Have a look at his entire sketch and draw portfolio on Flickr, here.
Summer is usually crammed with festivals, small and large, music and arts. But in the midst of those crowds, and usually in the heat, it takes talent to capture the mood and detail of an event. These sketch artists definitely have what it takes.
Sketchbooks full of bold, eye-candy colour are a gift, especially in the hands of a talented graphic designer like French artist Thomas Daddario.
Pretty much everyone who sketches eventually does people, but Berlin-based, Russian illustrator Kate Voronina has a standout approach. Her stylized scenes tell great stories.