In 2017, Spanish artist Alicia Aradilla decided to embrace a nomadic lifestyle and travel the world. Instead of keeping a diary of her journeys, however, Aradilla began documenting the architecture, nature, and other memorable sites she saw—and continues to experience—in sketchbooks. The loose and expressive style of her miniature watercolor paintings capture the ephemeral feeling of seeing a site for the very first time. Aradilla’s annotated artwork provides engaging imagery for her large Instagram following.
Artist Boryana Ilieva examines film architecture and set design in her project Floor Plan Croissant.
In 1898, marine biologist Carl Chun led a German expedition on the SS Valdivia to explore the deep sea.
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.
Artist Nikolaos Kafasis—also known as Nikolas Tower—combines watercolor and gouache to create rich, character-driven fantasy worlds.
At first glance, the work of Estonia-based illustrator Eiko Ojala looks like it’s crafted from paper, but there is more...
UK-based artist Demi Lang specializes in architectural drawings that are so precise and detailed that it’s difficult to believe that she is self-taught. For over 15 years, Lang has produced her incredible drawings using India ink, pens, and pencils. The results are mixed media drawings that tell the story of both local and international architecture.
While most families document their lives through photos, Tel-Aviv-based illustrator Yehuda Devir captures heartwarming daily moments through art.
Disney princesses have received several makeovers throughout the years, including portrayals as noir-inspired femme fatales, modern-day millennials, and empowered career...
In these challenging times, we could all use some good news. Luckily, illustrator Mauro Gatti has us covered. For years, he has been chronicling the positive side of humanity through his popular Instagram account The Happy Broadcast. Each post features a charming digital drawing with a sentence or two about something good that is happening in the world.
Artist Kouki Ikegami creates striking digital artworks that look as though they’re stills from an anime.
Most of us give very little thought to everyday household items, but San Francisco-based digital artist Eric Geusz turns kitchen...