Alvarado illustration in Inked Magazine February 2017

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1930 Bride traced from 1930 Chicago Tribune

I sourced this illustration from the Chicago Sunday Tribune dated March 2nd 1930 which I transformed into a shape using Adobe Capture on my iPhone.  Read More →

Holiday Gift Guide | 15+ Handmade Gifts You’ll Only Find on Etsy This post con­tains some affil­i­ate links. If you make a pur­chase, Brown Paper Bag may earn an affil­i­ate com­mis­sion. Learn more here . It seems that peo­ple begin cel­e­brat­ing the hol­i­days ear­li­er every year. Source: Holiday Gift GuideRead More →

Wonderful surreal illustrations by London based Indian illustrator Gitanjali Iyer . Source: Gitanjali IyerRead More →

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Moritz Wienert Moritz Wienert is an illustrator based in Hamburg, Germany. + + Source: Moritz WienertRead More →

Illumination Entertainment’s The Grinch is everywhere: it’s been the highest-grossing film in the United States for the past week and it has dozens of corporate promotional partners spreading it to every corner of the consumer marketplace. Source: The Art of Illumination’s ‘The Grinch’Read More →

Sveta Dorosheva is a Ukrainian born artist now residing in Israel. Though she is well regarded in both Russia and Romania as a children’s illustrator, a quick glance at her work reveals the maturity that lay under the whimsical surface of it all. Source: Life in Shanghai is an IllustratedRead More →

Daniele Caruso, an artist hailing from the United Kingdom, has put together a small, but impressive collection of highly-stylized illustrated Egyptian Gods. The illustrations are colorful, yet re-enforced with a heavy emphasis on the traditional use of gold, using thick lines for the shadows against a deep black background. Source:Read More →

  Source: Joanne Nam, Recent Paintings.Absolutely gorgeous – as always -…Read More →

Lorien Stern Crafts “Goofy” Ceramic Sharks to Make Their Scariness Approachable Artist Lorien Stern is nat­u­ral­ly afraid of sharks but has based a large part of her cre­ative prac­tice on form­ing them from clay. “I like mak­ing them look kin­da goofy or in bright col­ors or smil­ing,” she explains in aRead More →

Not From France Not From France American food has gotten a bad rap in the culinary world. Lazy, expected and borrowed. But French’s has stood up for American flavour since 1904, and they’re not backing down. We’re proud of our corndogs, green bean casserole and smoked turkey legs. Source: NotRead More →

Travel the World When You Stitch These Architecturally-Inspired Embroidery Patterns Parisian Win­dow This post con­tains some affil­i­ate links. If you make a pur­chase, Brown Paper Bag may earn an affil­i­ate com­mis­sion. Learn more here . Source: Travel the World When You Stitch These Architecturally-Inspired Embroidery PatternsRead More →

Dániel Taylor is a Hungarian artist that has created his own challenge in October, called « Inktober ». « I kind of participated in my own Inktober challenge which had one rule: don’t use any colours. I also had a lot of fun with some halftone textures », he says.Read More →

Illustration Magical Illustrations by Xuan Loc Xuan Source: Magical Illustrations by Xuan Loc XuanRead More →

A selection of drawings and animations by Philadelphia-based illustrator Kees Holterman. Each week our members share their work with us and we highlight the best of these submissions as  Editors’ Picks. If you have work to share, you can learn more about becoming a member. Source: Illustrator Spotlight: Kees HoltermanRead More →

Character Design & 3D Illustrations by Zackb Cool digital illustrations by French CG artist Zackb . More illustrations via CG Society Art Illustration Posted on November 12, 2018 Source: Character Design & 3D Illustrations by ZackbRead More →

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Steeven Salvat applies a hatching technique to create his artworks, using black ink, Rotring pens, a number of intricate lines and hundreds of hours. More illustration inspiration via Behance Art Illustration Posted on November 9, 2018 Source: Intricate Animal Drawings by Steeven SalvatRead More →

Renowned French visual artist Jean Jullien has captured a range of bad dog habits, from stealing and chasing to begging and biting, in his illustrations for a new card game, Dodgy Dogs. Fast-paced and family-friendly, it features an array of mischievous mutts and has been created in collaboration with aRead More →