When it comes to creating art, getting started is often the hardest part. It’s made a little easier, however, when you’ve got thousands of people doing it at the same time. We’ve seen how daily and monthly photography projects can stretch your imagination and bring forth new and exciting developments in your work. But if drawing is more your style, we’ve got the perfect creative challenge to inspire daily art-making: Inktober.
The adage of there being “two kinds of people in the world” seems even more true nowadays, and no one...
Ask any curly-haired person and they'll tell you that their coif has a mind all its own.
A post shared by Jeff Murray (@jeff_murray_art) on Sep 4, 2017 at 12:11pm PDT Artist Jeff Murray transports us to places new and old in his meticulous architecture drawing. The sprawling works include the likes of Rome, metropolises in the Middle East, and cities in North America—all of which come alive in a staggering amount of detail.
Lately, we've seen Disney Princesses spark the imagination of artists.
Using research from Ethnologue, Minna Sundberg created this amazing infographic in the form of a magnificent tree, which illustrates the ancient...
There are many ways to let someone know you care, and it doesn't have to include sweeping grand gestures. If you're looking for inspiration (or even guidance), artist Hyocheon Jeong highlights different forms of amorous expression through illustrated love stories. The wordless images feature couples as they navigate their relationships with tenderness and kindness. Often intimate, Jeong focuses her compositions on small moments.
Have you ever wondered what you'd look like as a Pixar character?
Nearly one year after he died at the age of 106, Chinese-American artist Tyrus Wong is finally gaining wide recognition...
For years, comic artist Liz Climo has illustrated a changing cast of animal characters who interact with each other like humans do. Combining their unique creature qualities with the emotional intelligence of people, the one to three-panel animal comics display sweet moments of humor, friendship, and compassion. Climo demonstrates this—at its best—in her latest work of sequential art that’s about Hurricane Harvey, dedicated to “everyone who's hurting and everyone who's helping.
When you’re at a party, are you more comfortable talking to people… or hanging out with the family pet?
Illustrator Maria Fabrizio starts her day like many of us—she reads the news.