Illustrator Anna Roberts on the process behind her hyperreal artworks

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“I like to focus on the quiet things that I feel deserve attention,” says illustrator Anna Roberts about her hyperreal artworks. From a bag of juicy oranges so real you can almost hear the plastic rustle to light shining through a glass of water with perfect precision, her artworks are so true to life that … Continue reading Illustrator Anna Roberts on the process behind her hyperreal artworks

Artist Spotlight: Naomi White

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A lovely collection of highly detailed and evocative paintings by artist Naomi White. As she describes the tactility of her work: “We don’t necessarily need to touch the Australian landscape to be moved by it. Our eyes register colour, tonality and movement, translating them to the feeling of texture in our minds, based on real … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Naomi White

The Illustrious Agility of Ramiro Davaro-Comas

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If you’ve traveled down the east coast anywhere between Worcester Massachusetts and the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, Florida, chances are you’ve seen the signature work of Ramiro Davaro-Comas. His kinetic characters skate, leap, and strut across massive walls, inviting viewers to inspect their free form and familiarity. On a smaller scale too, Davaro-Comas’s pen, ink, … Continue reading The Illustrious Agility of Ramiro Davaro-Comas

Interview: Street Artist Creates Endangered Animal Paintings to Help Raise Awareness

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KUGNA – Gorilla South African street artist Sonny, known for his large animal murals, goes inside the gallery for an exploration of the precarious balance between mankind and the animal kingdom. For To the Bone, Sonny has created a series of paintings and sculptures to explore the possible extinction of beloved animals around the globe. Each … Continue reading Interview: Street Artist Creates Endangered Animal Paintings to Help Raise Awareness

How Andrea Wan Creates Her Beautiful Papercut Art

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We recently featured some cut-paper art by our friend Andrea Wan, a Vancouverite who now lives in Berlin. CBC Arts shared this little video offering a peek into her process, and while it’s really straight-forward it’s also extremely satisfying to watch her work.

Howardena Pindell at MCA Chicago

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Artist: Howardena Pindell Venue: MCA Chicago Exhibition Title: What Remains To Be Seen Date: February 24 – May 20, 2018 Note: A publication associated with the exhibition is available for download here. Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump. Images: Images courtesy of the artist; Garth Greenan Gallery, New … Continue reading Howardena Pindell at MCA Chicago

Eben Kling: Connecticut’s Compulsive Cowboy

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I think I spotted one of Eben Kling’s characters while traveling south on I-91 to meet him at The Owl Shop in New Haven, Connecticut. With a scraggly grey beard and a disapproving glance, this stranger shot me a dirty look out the window of his mid-80s Chevy Astro van. Traveling at 75 miles an hour, … Continue reading Eben Kling: Connecticut’s Compulsive Cowboy

20+ Spring-Inspired Tattoos Permanently Celebrating the Beauty of the Season

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Spring is in the air, which means that many of us are ready to break out our lighter jackets and open-toed shoes. There’s more than one way to celebrate the season, though—have you ever thought about making your love of florals and mild temperatures a permanent fixture on your body? Spring tattoos are a fantastic … Continue reading 20+ Spring-Inspired Tattoos Permanently Celebrating the Beauty of the Season

Amazing Pop Illustration

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The artistic director Stefano, known under the pseudonym Dot Pigeon, reveals on his Instagram account his creations. And they are rather original. Indeed, the artist creates simple and comprehensible works of art on a global scale. He explains that 90% of his illustrations – made from images and graphics – are inspired by pop culture, … Continue reading Amazing Pop Illustration

Editorial Design and Illustration for Public-sector Publications

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Marçal Prats shared a beautiful post showcasing the editorial design and illustration work done for very important publications. These public-sector publications have one thing in common: the people. The topics they deal with are very sensitive and therefore the illustrations always convey trust and positivity. For more information make sure to check out: http://www.marcal.net/ Editorial Design & Illustration 1. Customer Services in … Continue reading Editorial Design and Illustration for Public-sector Publications

Geometric And Colorful Mountains

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Based in Vancouver, artist Elyse Dodge specializing in contemporary art, has produced a series of illustrations depicting colorful mountains. Through these creations, she reinvents mountain ranges in landscapes with geometric shapes. How it works ? After having obtained – during travel or via social networks – reference images, Elyse creates digital models. These works are … Continue reading Geometric And Colorful Mountains

Ink Drawing Fluffy Cats by Kamwei Fong

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“The Furry Thing” is a series of illustrations about some really textured, fluffy and playful cats that drew by Malaysian artist Kamwei Fong. Using only fine-line pen, Fong draw those cats by shading with tons of tiny furs and cats are crafted in such a way that each one displays a unique, playful personality. Moreover, … Continue reading Ink Drawing Fluffy Cats by Kamwei Fong

Which Works Better: Illustrations or Photographs?

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A picture is worth a thousand words, so the saying goes, but maybe some pictures are worth more than others. Is it better to use photographs or illustrations? That’s the question this article will examine. As is so often the case, there is no definitive answer, however what is clear is that there are certain … Continue reading Which Works Better: Illustrations or Photographs?

Rebelle 2 Review: Digital Acrylics and Watercolors Like You’ve Never Seen

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If you’ve heard of Rebelle, you’re probably excited that a new version has recently come out. The original Rebelle (by Escape Motions) has won awards over the years for its incredible ability to make paintings look like they’re from the real world. Blending, diffusion and color mixing all played roles in the watercoloring simulation, and … Continue reading Rebelle 2 Review: Digital Acrylics and Watercolors Like You’ve Never Seen

Meet Our Game Illustrator: Jeffrey Phillips

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It has been a tradition at CreativeMornings to work with an artist in our community to create an illustration for the monthly theme. The global theme for April is Game. While the artwork speaks for itself, we wanted to get to know the artist on a personal level and introduce them to the creative community. … Continue reading Meet Our Game Illustrator: Jeffrey Phillips

Meet Our Courage Illustrator: Annie Wong

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It has been a tradition at CreativeMornings to work with an artist in our community to create an illustration for the monthly theme. The global theme for March is Courage. While the artwork speaks for itself, we wanted to get to know the artist on a personal level and introduce them to the creative community. … Continue reading Meet Our Courage Illustrator: Annie Wong

Interview: Tara Booth Brings the Feels and a New Book

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For her fans, Tara Booth's paintings are beyond relatable. She has nothing to hide and comforts her audience by exposing and painting universal neuroses. Check her Instagram to see some new videos she's been animating and narrating, giving even more life to her raw, emotional, and super funny self-portraits and scenes, which she expertly turns into comics that convey … Continue reading Interview: Tara Booth Brings the Feels and a New Book

25 Stunning Photo manipulation and Retouching works by Domz Studio

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Photo Manipulation by Domz Studio : In this post we have added stunning photoshop Sculptures, Digital Artworks and Photo manipulation works done by Domz Studio. Deyvis G. Mazonis has 13 years of experience in Contemporary Art, Esculpture, Comics and 7 years in Graphic Design and Digital Art works.   To Know more about Domz Designs Share … Continue reading 25 Stunning Photo manipulation and Retouching works by Domz Studio

Creative Japanese Character Designs by russian artist Dmitry Dmitriev

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Character Designs: Dmitry Dmitriev is a freelance illustrator and digital artist from Orenberg, Russia. His character designs are quite popular on the social media. His illustrations are based on Japanese characters and lot of other Asian mixture. Artist Dmitry was very much interested in painting and drawing ever since he was a little kid. Once … Continue reading Creative Japanese Character Designs by russian artist Dmitry Dmitriev

How to Draw a Pig

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What You'll Be Creating Pigs are a very interesting subject to draw, because they have a simple body structure: like a barrel with a head and legs. This means that even if you're a beginner, you can do a decent job of drawing a pig! In this tutorial I will show you how to do … Continue reading How to Draw a Pig