Agata ENDO Nowicka has created the collection of illustrations below, she is based in Warsaw, Poland. Some of her clients include: Alfa Romeo, MoMA Warsaw, Reebok and many more. If you would like to see more of her work or contact Agata, head over to her website.
Marynn is a french illustrator based in Biarritz, France. A few of her clients include; CITIZEN K magazine, Olow and Paulette magazine. My work is inspired by everything, the people around me, song lyrics, personal stories, feelings, anything that can carry a message. In my illustrations I use several photographs to catch the precious side of realism.
Anton Van hertbruggen is an illustrator and artist currently living and working in Antwerp, Belgium. Anton’s illustrations have been published in multiple international magazines and newspapers such as The Süddeutsche Zeitung, The New York Times, Nobrow, Slanted and The New Yorker. By filtering his fascination for suburban life, nature, Flaming Lips – concerts, zoology and the American West and mixing it up with scenes out of his everyday life, he puts together his own spacious, personal and slightly utopian environments. Most of his works are made up by cycling around at night.
Here is the Moleskine sketchbook of Philippe Constantinesco, born in France and has been pursuing his career in Paris since 2006. Phillipe sells a lot of various prints on his online inPRNT gallery. To see more of Constantinesco’s sketchbook works or illustrations head over to his website.
Tomasz Biernat is the artist behind thee typography designs below, he is currently based in Warsaw, Poland. On his website he also has print designs, drawings and car designs, be sure to check it out via the link at the bottom of this article.
This fantastically super project by Grégoire Guillemin called Secret Hero Life has Gregoire depicting various superheroes from their usual saving the world environment and placing them before you in a slightly more relaxed, non-saving the world situation. Below I have compiled various superhero artwork that Gregoire has created for the project that I had mentioned called Secret Hero Life, to see more artworks from this project or from others that Gregoire has created, head over to his portfolio.
This collection of incredible murals are by Adonna Khare, she works mainly with carbon pencil on paper. Adonna has a Masters in Fine Art and her work has been in both private and public collections worldwide. In 2012 she won the world’s largest art competition ArtPrize, competing against over 1500 artists from all around the world.
My project is Motivational Mondays which is a series of hand drawn quote to inspire us all to get through our least favorite day of the week. To see more of Eliza's Motivational Mondays projects click HERE or to head over to her personal website click the link at the bottom of this article.
This collection of amazingly detailed sketches have been created by Spanish illustrator Ricardo Martinez. Ricardo began his professional career towards the end of the seventies. Soon he was creating illustrations for publications, advertising agencies, and comic books. In 1981 he moved to Miami, where he worked at an ad agency, conceptualizing ads for Seven Up , Dr.Pepper, and American Express, and movie posters.
This collection of small sketches that are explained as 'miniature matchbook drawings' are by Jason D'Aquino. All of his sketches are created using graphite and don't exceed one inch by one inch is size. I am a miniaturist who works primarily in graphite on found antique surfaces. Whether it's a vintage matchbook, an old page from an antique ledger, or any other historical ephemera – the complexion of the surface is never artificially discolored, but rather naturally aged due to it's exposure to the elements over time. I achieve these miniature drawings with the aid of …
Vintage Label Design is the base of many modern logos, designs and illustrations. Whilst many designers and developers are still keeping with the time and executing some beautiful modern and clean creations, many others are referring back to our roots and bringing back some incredible old school designs and the textures that they bring with them from sitting around for a few decades. Being a massive fan of vintage design and gritty textures, I have decided to fuel this anti-modern design movement by providing this feature of 60 actual vintage label designs …
This collection of ultra realistic paintings are by Brian Tull, he creates each piece with oil and acrylic on panel and they are all set in the 1930’s through ‘50’s. I’m pulled to photorealism because it allows the viewer to notice things they wouldn’t notice in real time, especially with my detailed, large-scale works. A painting freezes movement, reflections. Photorealism is a well-suited vehicle for capturing moments that occur with little notice, but are nonetheless revealing in their narrative. My painting process forces me as the artist to look beyond the subject …
This selection of character illustrations are by Moon, she/he is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. Before going freelance moon worked as an art director in an agency for 8 years. Be sure to check out moon's online shop via the website link at the bottom of the article.
Brett Stenson is a lettering designer and illustrator currently based in Portland working as a Senior illustrator at Jolby & Friends. A few of his clients include; FBM Bike Company, FADER Magazine and Bad Chemistry Records.
These awesome illustrations drawn onto photographs are by Johan Thornqvist. He starts off with a very basic photograph from his mobile phone, then on top of them he incorporates his illustrations with the photo as the base of the environment. It is such a simple idea, yet extremely effective when combined with Johan's unique illustrative style and great use of color.