If you have a cat, you can probably relate to these funny illustrations by Landysh, one half of creative duo Lingvistov. The ongoing kitty comic purrfectly captures the hilarious day-to-day moments living with our feline friends, from the challenge of taking a selfie together to inevitable bites and scratches during playtime. Lingvistov was founded in 2012 by friends and language teachers Landysh and Asia.
If you’ve ever been lost in a new city or totally bamboozled by the proper way to set a table,...
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Iranian cartoonist Alireza Karimi Moghaddam shares his admiration for Vincent van Gogh in an ongoing comic series starring the Post-Impressionist painter. His colorful illustrations tell the story of the iconic artist’s turbulent life and the artwork he produced during his short career.
Ukrainian illustrator Tonia Tkach paints storybook illustrations inspired by the world around her.
Have you ever wished your favorite cartoon characters were real?
Italy-based, Armenian graphic designer and illustrator Nvard Yerkanian pays homage to her home country with an ongoing series of minimalist illustrations inspired by Soviet Modernist architecture. “It is an ode to the architectural heritage that is either lost or unfairly undervalued,” she explains.
When Melbourne-based artist Annita Maslov isn’t illustrating, she’s in her tattoo studio translating her intricate pen and ink drawings into...
Illustrator Andrés J. Colmenares has an obsession with writing jokes.
Russian artist Anna Speshilova creates charming watercolor illustrations that visualize adventures through fantasy forests and friendships with the animals that inhabit them. From woodland tea parties with wolves to flying through the night sky with owls, each whimsical artwork looks like it’s straight out of a storybook. Rendered in her distinct, delicate style, each of Speshilova’s illustrations feature washes of watercolor and fine line work.
Denver-based urban sketcher Paul Heaston takes a sketchbook and pen with him wherever he goes, capturing the world around him...
When it comes to creating art, getting started is often the hardest part.