A post shared by Liam Ashurst (@liamashurst) on Feb 11, 2019 at 10:30am PST If you’re an artist, Instagram is one of the best apps to share your work on. The visuals-focused platform puts images first and welcomes a wide array of media and styles. So, it’s no surprise that from time to time, memes and challenges arise that invite creatives to post their work in a different format.
Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Oleander is known for her charming drawings “depicting life behind closed doors.
Inspired by the universes of Tim Burton and Hayao Miyazaki, Cyril Rolando creates surreal digital art that examines the human...
Since 2016, self-taught artist Carl Lavia and photographer Lorna Le Bredonchel have been crisscrossing the UK as part of their #69cities project. Uniting their skills, they are celebrating their country with Lavia creating large-scale pen drawings of every city in the UK while Le Bredonchel photographs the entire creative process. As each map takes several months to complete, theirs is an ambitious project that shows no signs of slowing down.
When you’re feeling low, sometimes all you need is a laugh.
Visual magic happens on the pages of an artist’s sketchbook.
From walks in the rain to waiting for the train in the snow, there’s beauty to be found in even the most ordinary, everyday moments. San Francisco-based illustrator Pascal Campion captures these moments, celebrating the joy of simply being alive. Each digital illustration is like a snapshot of a precious memory with loved ones, pets, or simply a tranquil moment of solitude.
Greek graphic designer and illustrator Meni Chatzipanagiotou creates beautiful, nature-inspired ink drawings that are full of captivating details.
There is perhaps no other author as synonymous with English literature as William Shakespeare.
As we make our way through the coldest weeks of winter, you may be tempted to stay toasty and warm inside. With The Wildflower’s Workbook by nature-loving artist Katie Daisy, however, you’ll want to trek through the great outdoors all year long. Illustrated by Daisy herself, The Wildflower’s Workbook will awaken your inner adventurer and inspire your artistic side.
Illustrator Yehuda Devir is no stranger to sharing his life through art.
While some might consider colored pencils as mere art supplies for kids, more and more professional artists are using the...