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Ëlodie

Posted July 24th by admin in illustration

Ëlodie is a French illustrator specializing in fashion illustration and portraiture. With a fascination for 60′ graphic design and fashion, she plays with different kinds of traditional and hand drawn techniques such as pigment liner, watercolor and pencil. Then, they are digitally enriched with typography and other graphical elements to produce a vintage style. Follow [...]


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drfranken

Posted July 19th by admin in illustration

DrFranken is a digital illustrator and graphic designer. He’s also one half of the NastPlas studio of digital art illustration in Madrid, Spain. They collaborate to create pictures with different techniques such as Airbrush, 3D, Fractal Art, matte painting, vector art. Demeter, their latest project, took several weeks to complete. The idea was to create [...]


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LouLou & Tummie

Posted July 9th by admin in illustration

Venture into the glorious world of color with LouLou & Tummie, a Dutch illustration duo who spend their days building an ever expanding empire of candy-coated graphics and cute, happy characters. Led by their craving for toys, happiness and all things cute or robot-like, they abuse their computers to spit out designs that can be [...]


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Kei Liwanag

Posted June 30th by admin in illustration

Stunning illustrations by the enigmatic artist, Kei Liwanag, an old digital painter and a new oil painter from the Philippines. She is deeply inspired by the works of oil painting masters like Rembrandt, Sargent, Bouguereau, Repin, and a lot more. * Images and content used with permission from artist. Please do not distribute without first [...]


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Eveline Tarunadjaja

Posted June 17th by admin in illustration

Eveline Tarunadjaja was born and raised in Indonesia before she moved to Melbourne, Australia. After completing a degree in Multimedia Design, she worked for Australian streetwear label Nique. It was not until she quit her job at the fashion studio that she discovered she would rather do illustration than layout and websites. In Australia, she [...]


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Raymond Sepulveda

Posted June 14th by admin in illustration

Wonderlost: The Alice Project is a series of illustrations in which Raymond Sepulveda of Xanthic Eye re-imagines characters from Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass” stories. He has has given us a completely different Wonderland—one rendered with a startling and twisted artistic interpretation. The serene characters with deceiving doe eyes are [...]


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Frances Castle

Posted June 10th by admin in illustration

Frances Castle of Small Moon Valley is an illustrator based in London. In 2005 after 10 years of working as an artist in the games industry on projects for Disney, EA, and Namco, she decided to go freelance. Frances is inspired by comic book art and vintage children’s books from the 50’s and 60’s. She [...]


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Candybird

Posted June 9th by admin in illustration

Based in the South of France, Candybird has worked since 2008 as an independent illustrator. I first noticed her work in a book called “Pink Attitude: The Contemporary Female Creativity” featuring female artists from around the world. After having dabbled with Expressionist painting, Candybird is now exclusively dedicated to digital art and illustration. She creates [...]


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Owen Gatley

Posted June 8th by admin in illustration

Owen Gatley is an illustrator based in Bristol, England. His work usually takes the form of 2D illustration, often influenced by past times, with a sense of narrative, but Owen also enjoys working in 3D, designing pop-ups and paper models. The ‘Pop-Up Book’ follows a small boy’s daily walk with his dog. No sooner have [...]


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miniminiaturemouse

Posted June 7th by admin in illustration

miniminiaturemouse is Fumi Mini Nakamura. Fumi Mini Nakamura has done many exhibitions all over the world along with many publications and apparel designs. Miniminiaturemouse is her personal project, visual identity, design and illustration portfolio started in 2004. Using graphite and colored pencils, her images are near photo-realism contrasted with the negative space for the hair. [...]


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Furze Chan

Posted May 24th by admin in illustration

Take a tour through a magical kingdom, where fantasy and reality meet. Furze Chan has created an imaginative cast of animal paper puppet characters that can be used to guide you through various adventures, narratives and stories. The delicate ink drawings of wallabies, sheep, foxes, baboons and bears all come to life when you operate [...]


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Liza Corbett

Posted May 19th by admin in illustration

Whenever I look at Liza Corbett’s work, I feel like I’m looking through a locked glass cabinet full of lovely, out-of-print children’s books by Arthur Rackham. Which is fitting because she is a part of the Cabinet of Curiosities Etsy team. Liza’s visualizations of angular ladies, bizarre animals and hybrids—so beautiful, so mysterious, so strange. [...]


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Madame Talbot

Posted May 11th by admin in illustration

I’ve long been fascinated by the period of Victorian medical chicanery and their methods of publicity. Their traveling circuses of sorts offered vaudeville style entertainment to pitch nostrums or quack medicines that promised to cure ailments. Ladies and gentlemen, it is my privilege to bring to you the wonder not only of our ages, but [...]


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Lydia Meiying

Posted May 3rd by admin in illustration

Lydia Meiying extremely passionate about print and pattern. She is an Illustrator and Surface Pattern Designer working and living in Manchester, UK. She graduated from Leeds College of Art with an Honors degree in Printed Textiles and Surface Pattern Design. Since graduating she has worked as a freelance designer, designing patterns for wallpaper, fabric, stationary [...]


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Pretty Little Thieves

Posted April 20th by admin in illustration

Nancy Mungcal of Pretty Little Thieves draws, cuts, pastes, colors, and prints. She loves Helvetica, kraft and graph paper, pantone colors, black pens, 05 pencils, markers, notebooks…illustrations, graphics, hand drawings, patterns, art, nature, animals, travel and especially music. Her artworks have such a sweet hand-drawn quality with minimal lines that say so much about the [...]


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Luli Bunny

Posted April 16th by admin in illustration

Lucila (aka: bunny) is an illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina that specializes in Japanese-inspired cuteness. She enjoys kawaii bunnies, bears and cute furry colorful creatures. The term “kawaii” is a Japanese word that can mean cute, dear, shy, and happy. Her illustrations have been published in “Just for you”, “The Little Book of Kawaii” and [...]


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Mutt Ink

Posted April 15th by admin in illustration

Introducing Mutt Ink and their splendiferous collection of varied visuals. Mutt Ink is a multi-disciplinary creative studio, the imaginative effort of Jeremy Holmes. Formed in 2004, Mutt Ink provides a broad range of design and illustration solutions with experience in print, editorial, branding, publishing, web and packaging. The first thing I noticed when visiting the [...]


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depeapa

Posted April 13th by admin in illustration, jewelry

Spanish artist Verónica de Arriba is also known as depeapa. Depeapa was born out of the idea to give new life to her melancholy illustrations by taking the originals and making them into accessories made of felt, wood, paper. Her cameo brooches are hand-sewn and decorated with an edge of felt with a naive style [...]


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Susan Hunt Yule

Posted April 4th by admin in illustration

Susan Hunt Yule is embodies that most persistent cliché: an illustrator with a cat. Check out Easter Betty, her Easter kitty on the homepage of her portfolio site. Susan studied art at Parsons School of Design in New York and St. Martin’s School of Art in London. Since graduating, she’s worked as an illustrator in [...]


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Klukeart

Posted March 31st by admin in illustration

Klukeart is the portfolio of Miriam Moshinsky, a Russian born artist currently based in Israel. I first came to know of her works thru PixelGirl Presents and deviantART a few years ago when looking for desktop wallpapers. With her whimsical and sometimes dark style, she has created a fantastic collection of illustrations set in a [...]


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Claudine Hellmuth

Posted March 30th by admin in illustration

Since I started my illustration blog in 2006, I’ve been participating off and on in the Illustration Friday weekly art challenges. One of my favorites has always been Claudine Hellmuth, a smart artist entrepreneur who has created multiple successful revenue streams. Claudine is a nationally recognized collage artist, author and illustrator. She combines photos, paint, [...]


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iWindow Paris

Posted March 26th by admin in illustration

I just love detailed illustrations in iPhone apps. Expecially ones that look like pixel art. iWindow Paris and iWindow New York are iPhone-based virtual webcam simulators by LandHo Games. iWindow Paris reflects the actual time and weather and displays it on the iPhone. Here, time flows very slowly. Get away from the hustle and bustle [...]


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Lock Sin

Posted March 23rd by admin in illustration

Inspiring illustrations by artist, Lock Sin, including the “Story of the Ocean” can be seen on her Behance Profile. Along with her other fans, I wish she had a personal portfolio or blog where she showed more of her amazing talents.


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Chiara Bautista

Posted March 20th by admin in illustration

Beautiful Illustrations by the enigmatic artist, Chiara Bautista aka MILK. Unfortunately, her logyumilk website is still under construction, but you can view more of her artwork on her Myspace page.


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John S. Dykes

Posted March 17th by admin in illustration

Over the years, I’ve collected several Directory of Illustration and American Showcase books. All the pages are dog-eared from looking at them so often. One of my favorites is John S. Dykes. I see something new every time I look at his collection of paintings for fun and quirky diner and roadside attractions with narrative, [...]


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Stray Illustration

Posted March 15th by admin in illustration

Stray Illustration is a Belfast based illustration machine run by Julie Turkington. One of her projects is Healthy Hounds Bakery. Their packaging needed a makeover, so colorful boxes were covered in illustrated scenes and pooches were created. You can find the illustrations as downloadable desktop wallpapers on the Healthy Hounds Bakery website. She also makes [...]


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Website Bakery is an exhibition and inspiration showcase gallery that aggregates art, design, web design, illustration, handmade, products, etc. Curated by Kimberly Coles, Creative Director, Illustrator and Web Designer.

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