French concept artist Juliette Oberndorfer creates vibrant, atmospheric artworks that depict spirit animals in mystical forests. Although Oberndorfer’s illustrations look hand-painted, most are created digitally. Fluid strokes, lush textures, and flowing shapes are generously layered together in a range of electric, sunset hues. Pink, plum, and lilac skies harmonize with shots of turquoise blue, and contrasting fiery reds illuminate the deep hued forest.
For over 16 years, Brian Kesinger has worked as an artist for Walt Disney Studios and delighted countless people from...
While most digital artists opt to use Photoshop or other similar digital imaging software, 77-year-old Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi chooses...
Ernst Haeckel was born in a time when art and science were entwined, each informing the other through exciting discoveries in the 19th and early-20th centuries. A biologist, naturalist, philosopher, and artist, Haeckel's gorgeous drawings helped introduce to the world to microscopic organisms previously unseen.
Based in Quezon City, Philippines, illustrator Katrina Taule creates colorful portrayals of mythical goddesses in surreal settings.
English paper artist Meloney Celliers adds a new dimension to her whimsical illustrations by combining simple black lines with vibrant...
Earlier this year, we introduced you to London-based illustrator Maxwell Tilse, who combines his love of drawing with his passion for traveling. Originally from Sydney, Australia, the 23-year-old travels Europe, documenting each city he visits with beautifully detailed pen and ink sketches. Now, as he prepares to leave London after living there for two years, he has released a new series of cut-out drawings that depict the city’s oldest pubs.
Cats never cease to delight us with their dashing good looks and penchant for striking just the right pose.
Being in a long-term relationship with someone isn’t all about grand romantic gestures.
British artist Olivia Kemp hand-draws incredibly detailed, large-scale works depicting European villages and forests, reimagined into mystical landscapes. She explains,“I draw in order to make sense of landscape but also to construct and remodel it.” Having completed residencies in Norway, Guernsey, and Scotland, Kemp says, “I build worlds and imaginary places that grow out of a need to interpret the sites that I have known, expanding and developing them across a page.
The ancient art of hand lettering has thrived even in the age of typing and texting.
For an introvert, the weekend is best spent alone.