Covering the world of illustration, from pencil drawings to animated work, and everything in between.
A colorful and elegant series of illustrations by Ranganath Krishnamani showing a road trip that winds itself throughout the country of India.
The very talented Eiko Ojala has a new series that speaks to climate change, and the feelings and perceptions around it.
This collection of spirited and plucky dogs is the work of Ravi Zupa, who had a popular matchbox series featuring cats last year.
Using a thick daub, paint stroke style, self-taught artist Joseph Lee has carved out a unique look all his own. After leaving his sushi restaurant job, Lee decided to pursue a career in painting. The style he adapted explores the 'parallel between …
Of the surrealist artists working today, we think Julien Pacaud may have carved out the most distinct and replicated style.
We love everything about these illustrations. The style, the color, the concepts behind them, all resonate with us. Entitled "Verbéton", the series shows nature and animals taking over human constructs, from buildings and monuments, to tuk-tuks and even aerial trams. We see …
This lovingly illustrated series by Marko Rop shows the many colorful and even elegant insects of his homeland, Slovenia. From moths to beetles and butterflies, we see a full collection of colorful creatures.
There's a warm light and pleasant texture to these landscape illustrations by Japanese artist Ryo Takemasa. Titled A Year Long Journey, the illustrations represent a year of travel and adventure, from snowy trains to sunsets over the ocean.
French digital artist Mathieu L.B is prolific, creating dozens of fun, illustrative explorations using a very distinctive color palette, and 3D rendering.
Artist Geraldine Sy has a collection of colorful and attractive posters made for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.
Combining animal faces with abstracted floorpans, Federico Babina has created a clever series he calls Planimals. It's an impressively large collection, from Bulls to Owls to Giraffe, Foxes, and Toucans.
3D illustrator Aarón Martínez has a knack for the everyday, rendering ordinary scenes into playful and adorable vignettes. We love the absurdity and plasticky plumpness of his characters, and the humorous setups they're in.
Brooklyn-based illustrator Abbey Lossing has a distinctive style and colors palette, feeling both nostalgic and very modern at the same time.