Covering the world of illustration, from pencil drawings to animated work, and everything in between.
Michael Fugaso's work is digital, but he spends significant time adding texture, shadow and other elements that make the pieces look warm and vintage. Themes of travel and exploration abound.
For some serious makeup inspiration, take a look at the remarkable work by Amazing Jiro, who creates mind-bending art for your face.
We've shared a lot of collage artists over the last few months, but it's fair to say none are as out-of-body as Johanna Goodman's, who creates strange, textured pieces that are as odd as they are memorable.
Artist William Santiago has a really impressive portfolio, full of colorful and expressive work. One of his latest illustration projects is for the book Cumarim, written by Rosane Almeida.
A collection of fun and endearing animations for ESPN's more unusual sports, from motion design firm Lobster.
These super colorful, multi-patterned pop-portraits are the work of Italian designer Alessandro Pautasso, and showcase a skill for facial accuracy, despite the pop-design mentality. We love the use of color blocks and patterned fills, while keeping the figures clearly identifiable. Can you …
TRÜF Creative has a colorful and fun series called Animals Strike Curious Poses that explores stylish creatures and wild monsters.
Eiko Ojala is supremely confident with paper art and minimalism, able to convey emotion and depth with simple shapes and form.
In an almost flipbook-like fashion, Ellen Cantor takes us through the magic of old children's books, using multiple exposure photography.
Paris-based artist Seb NIARK1 FERAUT has a series of beautifully illustrated animals and monsters that look like dramatic concert posters.
We love these bright and expressive illustrations of the Indian coastal area of Kerala.
These hyper color fruits and vegetables nearly jump off the screen with their vibrancy.
We love the style of Ranganath Krishnamani, an Indian illustrator from Bangalore that captures the outdoor landscapes and travelscapes so beautifully.
These serious-looking portrait photographs have been transformed, thanks to some fun illustrative doodling.