Most would agree that alcohol and silly scenarios go hand in hand. Whether those nights were the best of times or times you’d rather forget, we’ve all been there. Denver-based artist Arna Miller and her husband Ravi Zupa celebrate those relatable late-night hours in their charming series of matchbox art. However, rather than illustrate the embarrassing moments of inebriated humans, the duo chose anthropomorphic felines as their subjects.
No children’s author has captured hearts quite like Beatrix Potter.
Japanese artist Monokubo imagines a world where larger-than-life animals roam the land and live among us.
Freelance graphic designer and illustrator Levente Szabó is known for his crisp, clean style that has attracted clients like Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, and Penguin Books. Recently, he completed a personal project exploring the modernist architecture of Oscar Niemeyer. The resulting illustrations are a brilliant marriage between Szabó’s minimalist style and the abstract curves of Niemeyer’s buildings.
Making shadow puppets on a wall is a childhood game we’re all familiar with, but Belgian filmmaker and artist Vincent...
For several years now, Tel-Aviv-based illustrator Yehuda Devir and his wife Maya have been sharing their life through art.
With the UK’s imminent exit from the European Union on the horizon, British illustrators and designers Stanley Chow and Dave Sedgwick came together to pay tribute to the remaining members of the EU. The result is Hello Europe, a set of 27 beautifully illustrated prints that capture the spirit of each country. This love letter from the two pro-Europe Brits is their way to collaborate on a project they feel passionate about.
Have you ever wondered what a piece of fruit would say if it could speak?
Illustrator Kate Allan was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder as an adult.
New Zealand and Estonia-based illustrator Eiko Ojala boasts a broad portfolio of work that often supplements serious articles about the body and mind. Consisting of bright colors and defined silhouettes, his works visualize powerful messages as artfully rendered layers of colorful paper, but there’s one catch—each image is actually created digitally. Ojala’s textured 3D compositions will make you want to reach out and touch them.
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We’re all guilty of eavesdropping on other people’s conversations. And let’s face it—some of them can be pretty entertaining.