Covering the world of illustration, from pencil drawings to animated work, and everything in between.
Based in Czech Republic, artist and designer Pavel Novák has a great series of low-poly (low number of polygons) renderings that encapsulate entire scenes in neat little squares.
This ambitious project brings us a huge collection of Frank Lloyd Wright's beautiful homes, lovingly illustrated. It follows a map of his homes in nearly every US state.
Striking city street scenes, colorful architectural gems, and lively animated GIFs make up the work of Bangalore-based Muhammed Sajid.
Using gel on a simple CD, Ruslan Khasanov has created a fun and vibrant typeface full of personality.
There's something unexpected and lovely about this series of Gifs by Sydney-based artist Nancy Liang. The charcoal color palette perhaps, but more likely the playful and charming scenes of nighttime, with subtle movements and gentle swaying.
(OO) is the clever title of this short film by Seoro Oh, and man oh man it's a beauty. Never before have we seen a story about the nose and its perils so expressively represented.
Syd Mead was one of the most respected futurists in the field, someone turned to when films wanted to depict a future society or place.
We've loved the iconic look of Minji Moon's illustrated faces for years. Excellent graphical style, yet so clean and simple.
Tobias Hall has a lovely hand lettered 'Merry Christmas' that shows us the step-by-step.
Portland-based painter Betsy Walton has a thought-provoking and colorful exploration of her native Pacific Northwest through mixed media art.
We love the expressive colors and detail in these travel illustrations by Martina Crepulja.
A series of powerful collages that pay respect to the tragedy of dementia.
A collection of hyper-realistic pencil portraits by Russian illustrator Alena Litvin.
This clever video by Blue Zoo shows us the struggle of 'The Idea', and how hard it is to get those organized thoughts out.