Keep Calm and Wash Your Hands: Vintage Handwashing Propaganda Posters Between The 1920s And 1940s

Dutch diligence: this poster from the Netherlands says, “Paper is good but hand washing is better.” Judgy sandwich etiquette, but good advice.

Handwashing can help prevent illness. It involves five simple and effective steps (Wet, Lather, Scrub, Rinse, Dry) you can take to reduce the spread of diarrheal and respiratory illness so you can stay healthy. Regular handwashing, particularly before and after certain activities, is one of the best ways to remove germs, avoid getting sick, and prevent the spread of germs to others. It’s quick, it’s simple, and it can keep us all from getting sick. Handwashing is a win for everyone, except the germs. Continue reading »

On The Front Line: Chinese Artists Pay Tribute To Medics In The Fight With Coronavirus Outbrake

Chinese artists created a sort of amazing illustrations to pay tribute to medical staff fighting the coronavirus. A lot of them are dedicated to Dr. Li Wenliang, the Wuhan ophthalmologist who warned of the coronavirus outbreak and who died from its effects in early February. Continue reading »

Weekly Graphic News: Graphic Artist Illustrates One International News Each Week

Each week, ICS D illustrates one international news. A fern able to take selfies, the possibility for women to access to command posts in the Indian army, the legalization of the cannabis growing for personal use in Italy… Since October 2019, this artistic director and illustrator based in Bucharest, Romania, dissects the news around the world in order to illustrate the “news that can’t be pictured”. Continue reading »

Amazon’s Sci-Fi Drama Series “Tales From The Loop” Gets A Posters Created By Simon Stålenhag

Amazon Prime Video has released a poster and trailer for the upcoming sci-fi drama series Tales from the Loop. Inspired by Simon Stålenhag’s narrative art book of the same name, it stars Rebecca Hall, Jonathan Pryce, Paul Schneider, Daniel Zolghadri, and Duncan Joiner. Continue reading »

Taiwanese Teacher Uses His Awesome Drawings Skills On The Chalkboard To Teach His Students Anatomy

For many teachers, textbooks and online sources are some of the resources they usually use in class but not for this Taiwanese teacher who believes that drawing is the best approach to learning in his classroom. Continue reading »

20 Soviet Health Propaganda Posters

The USSR really cared about its citizens – well at least about their health – because if they were not strong and healthy, they wouldn’t be productive members of the proletariat! Continue reading »

This Artist Inks People With Micro Pop Culture Tattoos, And Here Are His Best Works

Go big or go home? How about go small and conquer the Internet while securing a career in the craft you love? Eden Kozokaro, aka Kozo Tattoo, is a tattoo artist from Israel who made a name for himself with his micro designs. From popular TV shows and movies to comic books and music, Eden’s colorful miniatures often feature pop culture elements, and look so detailed and precise, the man could’ve easily become a surgeon. Continue reading »

The Soft, Romantic Illustrations Of Mateja Kovač

There’s an undeniable softness to Mateja Kovač’s illustrations and paintings. Colored in light, pastel colors, her art tends to center around women, but there’s also an abundance of floral patterns – a feeling of springtime and romanticism and sense of ease that’s come to be characteristic of her work. Continue reading »

Michael C. Hsiung’s Characters Sport Bushy Mustaches

Michael C. Hsiung is known for his quirky illustrations, drawn using Micron pens and Higgins black ink. His characters, mostly fantastical – mermen, centaurs, wizards and the likes – tend to sport impressive mustaches, a feature which Hsiung himself has come to be recognized with. Continue reading »

4K 60Fps Video Shows Colorized Footage Of NYC In 1911

Video editor Denis Shiryaev recently shared a video on his Youtube channel that shows colorized footage of New York City in 1911. The video is a restored version of the footage previously shared by a Swedish film crew from Svenska Biografteatern, which showed an old film slowed down to a natural rate with added sound for ambiance. Continue reading »

Artist Adds Dark Humor To His Comics That Look Innocent At First

Berkeley Mews’ creator calls it a dark humor comic series that exposes the seedy underbelly of everything wholesome and pure. Ben took some art classes in high school and at the nearby community college, where he learned life-drawing and basic anatomy. Continue reading »

Sleeping With The Devil: A Weird And Wonderful Collection Of Medieval Bedroom Hijinks With Creatures From Hell

The Conception of Merlin – Histoire de Merlin, France (Poitiers), 1450-1455. BNF, Français 96, fol. 62v

The Middle English Prose Merlin at Cambridge University Library MS Ff.3.11, apparently written near the middle of the fifteenth century, not long before Thomas Malory was composing Morte D’Arthur, is thought the earliest piece of Arthurian literature written in English prose. Continue reading »

Detailed 3D Illustrations Of Anatomically Correct Cartoon Character Skulls Labeled As Scientific Specimens

Prague 3D illustrator Filip Hodas, aka hoodass (previously), has created “Cartoon Fossils”, a brilliant series of highly detailed 3D illustrations that show the anatomically correct skulls of famous cartoon characters as labeled scientific specimens. Continue reading »

Dark Future Comes To Saint Petersburg In Superb Impressive Artworks Of Vadim Solovyov

Some people believe Saint Petersburg to be the most beautiful city in the world. It’s the place that harmoniously combines European architecture of the XVIII-XIX centuries and modern buildings, but artist Vadim Solovyov (previously) decided to add some sci-fi reality to its urban landscapes. Continue reading »

Funny Doodles This Artist Drew During Meetings He Didn’t Need To Be At

If you’ve ever been forced to go to an unnecessary and completely avoidable meeting, then you know that doodling can be the savior of sanity and protector against boredom. One person who believes this 100% is artist Beastflaps whose funny, cute, and wholesome doodles are brightening up our day. Continue reading »