Covering the world of illustration, from pencil drawings to animated work, and everything in between.
Matt Moore isn't afraid of color, as we've shown in previous posts. His latest series is called Spring Flowers, and brings us a wealth of vibrant graphic, geometric flowers.
We’ve come across a treasure trove of vintage space comics, all in an over-the-top vibrant pulp sensibility.
Artist Hoàng Hoàng has an elegant series of graphic and stylized insect illustrations, feeling reminiscent of Charley Harper.
Illustrator and designer Ana Miminoshvili has a series with eyes peering out of plants, entitled Blooming Eyes.
Mauro Gatti’s uplifting headline illustrations are what we need at this moment.
We love the color and artistry that make this tattoo art by Sasha Unisex so compelling.
Send a free eCard featuring Quentin Blake's charming and endearing style.
Check out this collection of artists addressing the coronavirus in their own creative, and often funny way.
These free-flowing, bubbly 3D illustrations by artist UV Zhu are delightful in their whimsy and color.
Bella McGoldrick has a series of hyper-realistic drawings, using crumpled bags, boxes, and concert tickets as subject matter.
Artist Amber Share creates national park posters based off real, one-star Yelp reviews. God help us.
Bienal Comunicación of Mexico has created a fascinating and memorable branding effort for the OFFF Festival, which is a multimedia festival in Barcelona.
Kaylan Michel is a self-taught designer and artist, based in Montreal, focusing on fierce and beautiful portrait collages in the style of Afrofuturism.
Angela Mckay is a Brooklyn-based pattern designer and illustrator, someone who keeps visual ideas and inspiration close to her at all times. She's given a peek into her sketchbook, and we love the results, pages filled to the brim with color, detail, …