If you’ve ever tried doodling without lifting your pen from the paper, you know how fun it can be to create abstract illustrations made up of lines and squiggles. Specializing in exactly that, American artist Tyler Foust creates abstract, continuous line drawings full of mesmerizing patterns. From wavy lines that seem to vibrate on the page to abstract animal illustrations, Foust renders a whole range of motifs in a single stroke.
Everyone is familiar with Disney’s trademark art style.
Nothing beats a good story—except, perhaps, one that is accompanied by beautiful drawings.
Illustrator Nikkolas Smith is always creating. Whether he’s working on children’s books, creating movie posters, or teaching workshops in schools and universities, Smith pushes his creativity to the limits. Personally, he’s also highly involved in what he’s termed “artivism.” Using his art as his voice, Smith often publishes work that highlights racial injustice and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Doodle art is typically associated with small drawings scribbled onto the margins of notebooks while chasing a daydream.
Disney princesses continue to be a source of inspiration for artists who want to explore these beloved icons in a...
Have you ever commissioned a caricature artist for a hilarious (if also uncannily accurate) portrait of yourself? Illustrator Robert Dejesus merges the quirky energy of traditional caricatures with his own expressive anime-like style. People from around the world commission him to transform their photographs into whimsical cartoon characters that pop off the page.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted many parts of our daily lives, including our mental health.
Capturing an animal’s likeness in realistic drawings is an enviable skill.
British artist Olivia Kemp is known for wielding her pen in large-scale drawings of fantastical locations. Now, she is in the midst of developing a new series of illustrations replete with mesmerizing linework centered around one place has had a lasting influence on her artwork: the Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain.
Sometimes, the best artistic muses come in small and cuddly packages.
Art history is getting a Disney makeover in a new series of illustrations by artist Carlos Gromo.