Some artists have a gift for portraying the macabre. Such is the case for British artist Paul Jackson, who specializes in uncanny drawings that “dissect” their subjects. These illustrations depict both animals and people, and showcase Jackson’s masterful pen techniques, as well as his keen understanding of anatomical details. Originally from Brighton, the artist now resides in Toronto, Canada. There, his unique, edgy style has attracted the attention of the music and film industry.
In most creative fields, it’s impossible to get away from one important tool—a pencil.
Have you ever wished you had a big cuddly companion like Studio Ghibli’s Totoro?
Brooklyn-based artist Gavin Snider captures the energy of New York City through urban sketching. Venturing to the likes of Grand Central Terminal, Greenwich Village, and Chinatown, he highlights one of the best reasons to live in Manhattan (and the surrounding boroughs)—there are so many different things to see and do. From contemporary structures to historical homes, his pen and ink drawings reflect what makes the city such an exciting place to live and work.
People across the world are mourning the loss of Canadian artist Qing Han, aka Qinni, who passed away from cancer...
Mixed media artist Hollie Chastain explores the narrative potential of found objects in her energetic collages.
The South Korean film Parasite made Academy Award history on Sunday, February 9, 2020. The comedy-thriller broke boundaries by becoming the first film that’s not in the English language to win Best Picture. But the top prize wasn’t the only award Parasite earned that night. Director Bong Joon-ho won for Best Director, Best Original Screenplay (shared with Han Jin Won), and Best International Feature, too.
British artist Amy Rose Geden adds her own twist to the romantic aesthetic of botanical prints.
Vincent van Gogh’s fascinating life story is one of the many reasons why so many people are drawn to his...
Illustrator PJ McQuade, aka Castle McQuade, has assembled a collection of Valentine’s Day cards perfect for the pop culture aficionado in your life. In the creative sentiments, McQuade pairs portraits of characters from our favorite movies and television shows and has each of them express their affections in their own way. The results are unique, expertly illustrated cards with amusing messages that are sure to make your valentine smile.
Most pet owners would agree that the bond you have with your fluffy friend is something that’s unbreakable.
While some people with a below-average height would call their tiny size a disadvantage, artist Brisa (of online comic Three...