French Illustrator, Zazie Bulles, has created this unique and creative collection of vegetables and fruit illustrations. The thing that I love the most about these illustrations, and probably what you do too, is the stylish particle effect that Zazie has added to each piece. They completely transform what would usually be an average illustration, to something that's fresh and eye catching.
Italy based illustrator Davide Morettini's lifelike female Hollywood celebrity portrait paintings where created using watercolor paints on paper. I have also included a few process shots at the bottom of the article. To see more of Davide's watercolor paintings check out his website.
Dorian Vallejo is the artist behind these oil paintings, his stunning and ethereal paintings are created using oil paints on canvas. Dorian has prints available that you can purchase via his website. Much of the art I create engages a fascination I have with several ideas that over lap both philosophically and easthetically. I'm interested in the psychology of our inner selves, the conscious exploration and the interplay between the two realms of existence. Essentially, I see that process and our challenge to balance the lighter and darker sides of our persona …
Rachel Wolfson Smith's project 'Vehicles' features detailed graphite illustrations of bikes, race flags, cars and more. Rachel is currently a Professor at Western Oregon University and she also has a studio in the Portland area. Her work focuses on motion, motorized vehicles, and the idea of the epic in drawing.
Kyle Bice is the artist behind these beer portraits, he is based in Chicago and has been working freelance since 2008. As well as illustrations Kyle also works in the craft beer industry as a label artist with New Holland Brewing. If you are interested in purchasing any of Kyle's artworks, be sure to check out his Etsy store via his website.
Dylan Andrews is the artist behind the collection of charcoal portraiture you see below, he is a third year student studying drawing and applied art. Dylan specializes in portrait illustration, his artworks are of friends, family and himself. His aim is to project emotion without relying on deliberate facial expressions, instead placing an emphasis on manipulating light and shadow in his images in order to construct dramatic and intense atmospheres.
American artist James Bullough explains his wall murals as phenomenal combinations of realist painting technique and graphic punctuation. He is currently based in Berlin, Germany and has been inspired by urban graffiti from a young age. Each of James' huge wall murals are created using spray paints, to see more of his murals, illustrations and paintings check out his website. Bullough’s paintings strike a balance between realistic figurations and stylized interruption. Disjointing the realistic elements with graphic areas and fractured or striated planes, Bullough intends to challenge the viewer’s perception.
Freelance illustrator Rebecca Green is currently based in Denver and uses acrylics, gouache, colored pencils and sometimes coffee to create her creative illustrations you see below. A few of her clients include; Harper Collins, Amtrak and Baltimore Sun. If you are interested in seeing some older works from Rebecca's portfolio, click here.
Adrian Cox is a painter currently based in St. Louis, Missouri, his works have been included in many solo and group exhibitions the most recent being; 2015 Border Creatures, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. My work weaves a narrative of transgressive embodiment and builds a mythos of the grotesque. The characters in these paintings obliterate the natural limits of the body; sensuous extensions and wound-like openings facilitate an intense connection to their environment.
The founder and art director of the design studio BLOW, Ken Lo, has collaborated with Polytrade Paper to design the “Flowergala” and “Fishion” Chinese New Year red pocket series. The set is made using environmentally friendly 'Astrobright' paper and includes 16 red pocket designs with the theme 'Fly High'. New year is full of happiness and hope. It is the best time for spreading the wings and taking off for great success. We have used various bird elements, which are the auspicious symbols in Chinese traditions, to illustrate the happiness and celebration for …
The abstract illustrations below are by self-taught artist Sophie Roach, she is based in Austin, TX. Using multiple shapes and patterns Sophie creates extremely detailed works and adds plenty of colour to complete each piece. Roach has created a unique visual language based on spontaneity and rhythm. Her abstract style is playful yet austere, extremely detailed and often vibrantly colored.
Emily Willoughby specializes in Paleoart which is also know as Paleontography or Paleontological reconstruction. She reconstructs prehistoric birds using images of fossils or skeletal diagrams as a guide. Emily has very detailed descriptions of each animal over on her website, head over there to take a look. Paleoart is a category of scientific illustration that focuses on the accurate representation of prehistoric life. It is related to, yet categorically different from, wildlife art. Before the invention of photography, artwork was the only visual method available to bring the natural world …
Ariel DeAndrea is an installation artist and oil painter currently based in New York and Los Angeles. Her work is currently being exhibited at the Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles until June 13th 2015. Ariel DeAndrea explores the movement, life and spirituality in the design and symbolism of an otherwise lifeless object: the origami crane. Creating oil paintings that feature the paper birds in natural settings, bodies of water from around the world, she brings the origami crane to life in its animated travels on the surface of the water, riding …
Charles Bierk is a painter currently based in Toronto, to create his photorealistic portrait paintigs he uses oil paints on canvas. Charles' work has been included in many group exhibitions and his most recent solo exhibition was at the Nicholas Metivier Gallery in Toronto in 2014.
Yuri Shwedoff specializes in post apocalyptic art, landscapes and portraits. He is based in Moscow, Russia and in 2008 was nominated for the 'Medal of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts' for a series of works called "Suzdal". Yuri has a Patreon account where you can pledge $1 or more for his artwork and receive rewards, the smallest reward being artwork with under sketch, check it out via his website.