In a bid to simply spread some joy, Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam creates an ongoing comic series called Buddy Gator. It features an alligator as the main character, but he’s nowhere near as scary as gators are often perceived to be. This particularly friendly creature is a reminder to “never judge a book by its cover.” Lam started illustrating his comic around a year ago during the start of the pandemic.
Sometimes we can all use a little reassurance that things are going to be okay.
Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, we’ve had to adjust to living in the “new normal.
The world is mourning the untimely passing of actor Chadwick Boseman. Known for his roles in blockbuster films including Black Panther, he died after a private, four-year-long battle with colon cancer. According to a statement posted to his Twitter on Friday, August 28, Boseman “died in his home, with his wife and family by his side.
From Disney’s depiction of Mulan to Studio Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke, female warriors in animated films are undoubtedly legendary—but a rarity.
An Australian artist known as Scadam (or mandal0re on Reddit)
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted many parts of our daily lives, including our mental health. That is why it is important to remember to practice self-care, and find ways to de-stress—like exercising or completing a coloring book. Fortunately, illustrator Jang (of JangandFox Studio) continues to brighten up everyone's Instagram feed with her heartwarming animal comics. Jang began the popular series in 2018 as a way to encourage kindness and self-love.
The creators behind Atelier des Lumieres, Massimiliano Siccardi with Luca Longobardi, are opening their Immersive Van Gogh installation in Toronto...
The Van Gogh Museum touts the largest collection of artworks from Vincent van Gogh and it has now increased its already...
Do you know a celebrity's face well enough to draw it? Artist Dino Tomic puts his skills of observation to the test in a whimsical series of illustrations that feature portraits of famous celebrities in nine iconic cartoon styles. Keanu Reeves, Billie Eilish, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are just a few of the A-listers to be captured by his digital pen.
Studio Ghibli has stepped up during the coronavirus pandemic by providing accessible and whimsical resources for people around the world.
While most families document their lives through photos, Tel-Aviv-based illustrator Yehuda Devir captures heartwarming daily moments through art.