The Hungarian artist István Orosz creates amazing anamorphic illustrations. He drew and painted images that seem to make no sense until you place a cylindrical mirror at the top of the artwork. István uses algorithms to realize his ideas on paper.
Here is a selection of illustrations by the American artist Taylor Mazer. With incredible precision and black pens, the man often draws urban areas. Buildings to dark alleys, the plot quality is inversely proportional to the tiny size of the work. To discover.
Bozka creates hand-crafted pop-up books featuring meticulous finishes. With a lot of visual details, these pop-up illustrations take us into tropical and luxuriant forest, where animals seem to live in complete harmony. A beautiful and technical work to discover in the following.
Illustrations of artist Ruben Ireland are inspired by a dark atmosphere, relating to the dark romanticism. He draws pale skinny girls with black veil covering their faces or accompanied by animals such as birds or white snake. A delicate artwork to discover in images.
Karina Eibatova has a creative universe with fantastical inspirations. The card game she created illustrates perfectly her inspiration. Here, the artist presents an inspiring series of illustrations depicting colorful minerals. To discover in the gallery and on the online shop.
Since 2011, graphic designer Michelle Vandy suffers of arm micro-traumatisms preventing her to practice her profession and her passion. But the artist didn’t lose hope, she conceived an ingenious system of nose-pad enabling her to draw with her mouth and nose. Her incredible project and some of her artworks are to be discover in images and video.
This series of decorative posters is made with few techniques : digital typography interlaced with stunning flowers bunch illustrations manually drawn. A series of graphic posters available in three versions, created by Aleksander Gusakov. To discover.
Owen Davey is an English illustrator based in Leicester. The artist already has a very successful career behind him. He has worked with prestigious client like Lego, Wired Magazine, and Microsoft. His style is fairly similar of its namesake Robin Davey, very pronounced colors underline a remarkable flat design.
Here is a selection of some of the best illustrations by Adam Quest between 2009 and today. Own work or magazine order, these illustrations always show an innovative concept that links metaphor and topical subjects. To discover.
Polygonia is the name of a mysterious planet imagined by Chaotic Atmospheres, author of this stunning digital illustrations. On this far-off planet live colony of strange insects with polygonal shapes and glowing colors shining in the dark. More details about these stunning creatures in the following.
Here is the new installation created by Japanese artist Yusuke Asai. This time, the artist worked on a kind of arborescence canvas invading the room on which he drew amazing illustrations in blue. A majestic sculpture to discover in the following.
Based in Sidney, Sum Leung is an art director who made these illustrations representing very fashion dogs portraits. An endearing series where these humanized dogs are drawn with an interesting graphic style. Bull-dog dressed with a polo, Dalmatien wearing a cap, and a Dobermann with glasses are to discover in the following.
Delphine Courier is a belgian graphic designer who creates this cute series of little cat houses. Made with recycled cardboards, these boxes doesn’t require glue and tools to be assembled and are available in many designs ; perfect to bring a touch of originality to the house. More details below.
Cruschiform is a graphic design studio which made this amazing book in collaboration with Taschen editor. An architecture collection listing about sixty cabins illustrations with very elaborated design, creative plans and pictograms. More details in the following.
The American illustrator Brian Doyle is the author of an Instagram account under the pseudo Sneakerpie behind this sneaker artist shares iconic sneakers illustrations in different forms : flattened, pixel or 3D. To discover.