America’s National Parks are famous for their natural beauty, but not everyone gets the hype. In fact, some less “outdoorsy” types have even gone to the trouble of leaving bad reviews of their experiences. When discovering the snarky comments online, designer Amber Share decided to create a series of hilarious travel posters featuring their remarks, titled Subpar Parks.
Artists around the world love Disney Princesses for their charm and relatable qualities.
Do you still remember your favorite characters from children’s books?
A simple flick of the switch can transform a home from dark and asleep to bright and full of life. Ukraine-based artist Nikita Busyak captures this effect in his enchanting pen and ink illustrations of cityscapes. In each architectural drawing, he digitally manipulates the windows so that they glow with golden light, making it seem as though someone is home.
French-American artist Pascal Campion spreads joy through his enchanting illustrations of little moments.
Artist Thanh Nhàn Nguyễn creates surreal digital illustrations inspired by Vietnamese culture.
Writer and artist Mari Andrew is the friend that dispenses wisdom when you need it the most. Her creative work is vulnerable, a powerful combination of words and images that are infographics for your soul. Andrew's observational art covers topics that are familiar to us all—heartbreak, loss, illness, and just getting through the minutiae of everyday life. Compassion and empathy are at the core of Andrew’s work.
Lovers of houseplants know that each kind has its own unique character.
A keen observer of everyday life, Norman Rockwell is known for his idealized images of American history.
People all over the world have fallen in love with The Queen's Gambit‘s fascinating and brilliant lead, Beth Harmon (played by Anya Taylor-Joy). As a fan himself, Greek graphic designer Charis Tsevis dedicated a series of striking mosaic portraits to the Netflix star. “The Queens' Gambit is without a doubt the hit TV series of 2020,” Tsevis tells My Modern Met.
The rich visual world of Dutch-Egyptian artist Roeqiya Fris is teeming with life and femininity.
Sigh. It’s been a tough year.