Covering the world of illustration, from pencil drawings to animated work, and everything in between.
Lisa Congdon is a Portland-based artist making vibrant, inclusive, and inspiring illustration.
This captivating animation shows our solar system's moons, in size comparison with Earth.
Frank Moth's nostalgic postcards from the future.
Building off of her successful Symbolikon project, Italian designer Michela Graziani has a new project called Fontikon, elegantly bringing Ethno-Esoteric fonts and symbols inspired by worldwide ancient civilizations.
Obscuring the faces of these vintage photographs, Australian artist Harriet Moutsopoulos gives us a whole new, comical and surreal perspective.
London based visual designer Luliya Martynova creates seascapes with a beautifully minimalist approach.
Check out this hugely detail infographic showcasing every known body in the Solar System.
Powerfully colorful and also distinctively devoid of pigment, Amy Sherald's paintings capture a unique narrative of Black America.
The dreamlike quality of Anxo Vizcaíno's work feels appropriate in this moment of mental exhaustion and unrest.
This cute little animation shows us some of the 'upsides' of the pandemic, small moments of hope, positivity, and joy.
Crayola crayons are known for their rainbow of colors, and now they’ve widened their rainbow to include skin tones from around the world. Their ‘Colors of the World’ series includes 32 different skin tones that represent races from around the …
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.