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.
This beautifully vibrant series by Lena Vargas shows us all manner of coral and undersea creatures, designed to create an entire 26-letter alphabet.
This elegant, vintage-inspired illustration by French artist 'Monsieur Tadef' harkens back to travel posters of yesteryear, and brings to mind artists like Joseph Binder and Stan Galli.
To commemorate 100 years of the Bauhaus movement, artists have turned famous logos into Bauhaus-style versions.
Shared without further explanation, we like to think of these forms as futuristic iconography or signage, like way-finding designs from 2035 or so.
A beautifully illustrated book based on mythology around the moon in Central American cultures.
A collection of exceptional animal illustrations for the new book Saving Species, by James Gilleard
A colorful article by the New York Times all about the benefits of eating meals as a family. Illustrations by Amrita Marino.
Preta Wolzak's portraits represent the indigenous peoples of earth's poles, using a woven and knit technique.
The bold and irreverent designs of German artist Max Löffler.
Beautifully warm illustrations from Spanish artist Jesús Sotés.
An exploration of the wildly colorful design and illustration work of Van Orton.