From time to time, we look for some great illustrators’ work to share with all of you. Here are some of the best we found recently.
Viennese creative studio, Atelier Olschinsky, is responsible for these amazing geometric illustrations.
There’s always the temptation to work in a large scale when you’re drawing or painting. Bigger usually means your work is displayed more prominently. Bigger work could get you noticed more easily. However, Taylor Mazer shows that working on a smaller scale can be just as effective.
Looking at an artist’s sketchbook is like seeing their rawest and most unadulterated ideas.
I don’t know about all of you, but I get a little envious of people who possess incredible illustration skills.
Illustration is one of purest forms of creation. Often, It involves nothing but your imagination, your pencil and — not to mention — an immense level of focus.
These stunning drawings appear to be three-dimensional. They show how creative professionals can push the boundaries of our visual perception.
Anyone who has tried their hand at illustration know that it’s usually much easier if you do it in pencil first. Not for DZO Olivier.
Sometimes, it can difficult to be inspired to create anything. For concept artist Johnson Ting, however, his inspiration has moved him to create a whole new alternate universe.
Illustration is perhaps the oldest form of human communication. Our ancestors used pictographs and symbols to record narratives and convey complex ideas. That is still true today.
It all started a year ago for Filipino artist, Kerby Rosanes. From a single doodle idea, he’s managed to create a truly eye-catching body of work that his clients and his fans just can’t get enough of. Big things are in store for this talented illustrator.
Magical things can happen when you take everyday office items and you apply a healthy dose of imagination and skill. Just ask David Perez who creates hyper-expressive portraits using only ballpoint pens.