illustrations

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Keith Haring was best known for his graffiti-like painting, initially on the black paper used to cover discontinued billboard advertisements in the New York subway. After after a feverish 1980’s style career of surging popular success and grudging critical attention, Haring died of AIDS in 1991 at the age of 31.Read More →

Matt Burt – a North Carolina-based graphic designer decided to do a new take on the classic Disney princesses by redrawing them as hard-working modern career women.Read More →

The tattoos artist Lena Lu , creates graphical stunning compositions. Her style is a subtle mix of modern and ancient techniques. Her ability is to combine some more traditional elements, like botanical and nature inspired illustrations, with more pop art draws : some jeeps, coca-cola cans and event plastic bags !Read More →

The Painting of John F. Kennedy and Pope John XXIII, entitled the “Peace Sowers,” was done by Walter Molino (1915 – 1997). Molino shows the men moving hand-in-hand through a plowed field scattering “seeds of goodwill.” Molino’s placard underneath the painting reads;Read More →

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. He dropped out of junior high school to pursue a career as a painter, and in 1912, he relocated to Tokyo. He studied at the Taiheiyoga-institute kai’s and then the Japan Watercolor Painting Society’s institute. Koga became a priest in 1915 and studied Buddhism at Taisho University. Read More →

Can you name all of the movie allusions in this project? It’s general knowledge that filmmakers draw on their own experiences to create their work. Still, Federico Babina employed portraiture to remake them. Read More →

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Hattie Stewart is a London-based painter and illustrator. Her tongue-in-cheek artwork glides smoothly between various creative sectors, including Fashion, Music, and Contemporary Art, despite the fact that she is best known for ‘doodlebombing’ over influential Magazines.Read More →

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Canadian author and illustrator Ashley Spires remind children and (big kids) about the importance of resilience.  Her illustrated Children’s book the Most Magnificent Thing is about a little girl who has in her mind a magnificent projectRead More →

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To some critics, Miyanishi’s art is described as “delicately grotesque,” with eccentric and unusual characters. In the 70s, after the ero-boom died down, he focused on his career as an illustrator. His band, Onna, topped the indie chart in Japan in 1983. His recent work carries clear signs of his commitment to modern Russian literature’s themes of existentialist suffering and cultural decay.Read More →

Dinotopia, A Land Apart from Time: 20th Anniversary Edition

Inspired by archaeology, lost civilizations, and the art of illustration, James Gurney’s children book Dinotopia creates an extraordinary place where humans and dinosaurs live in harmony.Read More →

Andrew Fairclough Illustrations

Andrew Fairclough is an Australian illustrator, designer and art director based in Los Angeles. KINDREDRead More →

Dingding hu

Dingding Hu, a New York-based illustrator, colour lover, artist, and life observer, partnered with the NYC DOT Art Department and the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) to tell the stories of Chinatown, Manhattan, residents.Read More →

Aušrinė Pudževytė

Aušrinė Pudževytė is a painter and interior designer. She makes illustrations in cups of coffee. She combines photography and her works in an abstract style. And we can say that the rendering is bluffing. Her work is to be discovered on Instagram and Facebook. She will launch soon her website.Read More →

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In her ethereal portraits, Toronto-based artist Sara Golish (previously) renders lavishly adorned goddesses and gods that exude a sense of power and wisdom. The charcoal, conté, and ink drawings are part of two ongoing collections, titled Sundust and Moondust, that imagine a series of fictional deitiesRead More →

Frank LLoyd Wright

Art and architecture enthusiasts, rejoice: “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless,” the popular pop art exhibition from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art Gallery, will return for a second year in a row with a new virtual format. The exhibition—a collection of 1930s-era illustrations that offer artistic interpretations of buildings designed by the famed architect from over a dozen artists—will kick off via livestream on Saturday, Oct. 24 at 10 a.m.Read More →

Cats Galore

Includes an array of cat characters take the starring roles in a variety of instantly recognizable settings. This compilation features feline re-imaginings of scenes from art, theatre, opera, ballet and filmsRead More →

Star Wars Illustrations

Star Wars Illustrations by Bev Johnson Inspired by ‘The Force Awakens’ and ‘The Last Jedi’,Read More →

Chemistry Imagined by Roald Hoffmann.

I have always been fascinated by transformation – the seemingly magical process, sometimes delicate and sometimes violent, by which a something becomes a something else. This, perhaps, is why I chose chemistry as a concentration in my science-intensive Bulgarian high school.

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