“Make the World Go Away”: The Surreal and Inspirational Artworks of Ioana Harasim

Ioana Harasim aka Hara is a self-taught Romanian artist who enjoys exploring surreal themes. Her inspiration comes from people, fashion, beauty, nature, art and hidden feelings. For Hara, making art is a way of finding out who she is and how much she can grow. She’s interested in projects from fields such as fashion, music and editorial. Continue reading »

“Darkness is Spreading Rapidly Lately”: The Superb Dark Photo Works and ‘Baugasm’ Posters by Vasjen Katro

Vasjen is a Graphic and Visual Designer from Albania. He has been designing Mobile Applications, Websites and Ads for 10+ years. Continue reading »

“The Friend of the Night”: Stunning Dreamlike Collages of a Fantastic World by Amr Elshamy

Visual artist, photographer, filmmaker Amr Elshamy has many facets. The artist creates beautiful montages that take us beyond reality. Continue reading »

The Dark Pen and Ink Drawings of Richey Beckett

Richey Beckett is a pen and ink illustrator based in the Welsh countryside. He has lent his detailed and intricate line to the record covers of some of the world’s biggest bands: Foo Fighters, Pixies, Queen of the Stone Age… Continue reading »

“Rise and Shine”: The Superb Gloomy Pop-Art Illustrations of Bogdan Timchenko

There are no criteria for creativity, everything can be called art, declares Krasnoyarsk illustrator Bogdan Timchenko. Today he is a popular artist of both bright and gloomy pop-art sketches and posters. Continue reading »

Ornate & Highly Decorative 3D Typography by Katt Phatt

Katt Phatt shared a beautiful 3D project on Behance featuring some ornate and highly decorative design. A typographic piece which accentuates curves within typography. With the addition of 3D to further enhance the effects. The tools used were: Autodesk 3ds MaxPixologic ZbrushCorona Renderer. Continue reading »

Portraying Black Power Through Afrofuturism

Katia Herrera is a digital collage creative from the noisy city Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.

Despite Herrera being a self-proclaimed introvert, her artwork is remarkably loud in a world trying to quiet black voices. With titles like Black Woman, You Own the Moon, Earth Goddess, Forever, and Universe Protector, Herrera’s legacy will be marked by her passion for highlighting the endurance and perseverance of black folks of old and present to contrast the narrative that black skin should only be associated with slavery. Continue reading »

“A Future Within”: The Superb Monochrome Art of Ruben Ireland

Ruben Ireland is a digital artist based in the UK. Ruben has been crafting his art. For a decade now and you must have seen or recognized his stylish black and white illustrations featuring characters mixed with different types of techniques. Ruben Ireland’s work is both inviting and foreboding. Continue reading »

Beautiful Illustrations of Ancient Towns in China by Yukai Du

Originally from China, the illustrator Yukai Du moved very quickly to England, where she currently lives. She was introduced to the finesse of Chinese painting at a very young age, at the age of 4. It was only later, during her travels to China to visit her grandparents, that she immersed herself in her memories and that she remembered the richness of Chinese painting. Continue reading »

Children Were Given A Task To Create Original Heroes And Pros Had To Illustrate Them, Here’s The End Result

“Rosie The Rainbow Sparkle Covid Nurse” By Hannah (Aged 8, England)

As much as we like the superheroes that we’re used to, like Iron Man, Batman, and Spider-man, there’s always some space left for imagination to think of new ones. And who’s more qualified to imagine new heroes than children? And thus, children from various countries were given a task that would be daunting for most adults: to create new superheroes. And they answered the call to the challenge, just like superheroes themselves. Continue reading »

Artist Shares Her Journey Of Expecting A Baby By Drawing Disney Princesses Going Through Pregnancy

Artist Anna Belenkiy is a freelance digital artist who is experiencing pregnancy for the first time. She decided to share her journey with her followers using Disney Princesses and some hilarious everyday moments of what it’s like being pregnant as part of her project “Real-life Princesses.”

Celebrating first moments

“Mulan and Shang Lee decided to celebrate super romantic Valentine’s Day, but the upcoming baby warrior had a different plan for their romantic date. This illustration was inspired by my baby’s first kicks.” Continue reading »

“Unposted Letters”: Indian Artist Draws Adorable Illustrations About Love And Life

“Unposted Letters” is a collection of illustrated stories by Indian visual artist Vimal Chandran that portrays various soulful moments of life captured in a frame with a pinch of surrealism in it. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Recreates Popular Female Characters from Video Games in Sensual 3D

Nico Goldstein from Devil May Cry 5

According to Alexander Sherman: “My name is Alexander and for several years I have been showing people that 3d video game erotic can be both beautiful and sensual. Continue reading »

21 Watercolors That Show How The Sun And Shadows Change Cities

Hotel In Havana

Maja Wrońska is an architect, watercolorist, and freelance illustrator based in Poland. She creates mostly watercolors that focus on architecture and cities. Among others, he works were exhibited at the Biennale of Architecture in Venice, on the set of several TV shows. She is also an author of the Grönby motif for IKEA. Continue reading »

Being Belgian Living In Taiwan, This Artist Discovered Many New And Special Things, Illustrated 100 Of Them

According to Liesbeth Cole: “When living in a foreign country, you always discover new things that raise your eyebrows, make you laugh, or give you a certain emotion. Continue reading »

Incredible Concept Art Of Our Favorite Pop Culture Characters And More By Michael Kutsche

Michael Kutsche (previously) is an exceptionally well-known and award-winning artist from Berlin, Germany that currently works in both traditional and digital media. Kutsche mainly focuses on character design and concept art. Continue reading »

Satirical and Absurd Illustrations From JJ Grandville’s Un Autre Monde, 1844

‘Un Autre Monde: Transformations, Visions, Incarnations Et Autres Choses’ by JJ Grandville (1803-1847) was published by H. Fournier of Paris in 1844. The illustrations are, as the book’s sole reviewer at the Internet Archive puts it, “nutty, weird and wonderful – funny and strange.” The work is “very good!”. It is. Continue reading »

Translating Emotions and Memories into Digital Artworks

Ankita, or popularly known as Maromi Sagi, is a freelance digital artist from Kolkata. Primarily a self-taught artist, Maromi plunged into the world of art after quitting her job at an IT firm. Continue reading »

Cozy Past in Romantic and Nostalgic Paintings by Philipp Kubarev

Philipp Kubarev is the artist who soulfully depicts familiar images of the Soviet past, bringing back its warmth and romantic appeal. Nothing special – drinks, food, interiors… but it seems you feel the taste of those painted dishes, bubbles of champagne in the glass… Continue reading »

#FleshEmoji: Enthusiasts Fed Emojis Into a Neural Net and Made Them Human, Creepy Results Will Be Sold as NFTs

#FleshEmoji is the inaugural NFT project from the art collective ArtEveryDay. Each artwork is based on the Unicode emoji faces, with each one being fed through a neural network trained on human faces. Continue reading »

“Broken Promises”: 80s Anime Aesthetic in Artworks by Ana Aleksov

Anime emerged when Japanese filmmakers discovered and began to use American, German, French and Russian animation strategies within the first 1900s. Continue reading »

A Japanese Artist Created a Minimalist Campaign for Sony PlayStation

Japanese artist Cokohore11 transposes PlayStation’s codes into real life. It’s not an official campaign, but it’s very clean. Unfortunately, there is no information about the artist. Continue reading »

“The Hunter”: Superb Character and Concept Artworks of Andrei Riabovitchev

Andrei was born in 1968 in Aphseronsk, South Russia. He moved to Moscow to study engineering then found his way into the animation industry. He had always loved art as a youngster and has been working as an artist ever since! Andrei has worked his way through all the different stages involved in making an animation film. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Portraits Of New Yorkers Using Colored Pencils And Pastels

According to Olya Nik: “My name is Olya Nik. I moved to New York from Russia a few years ago and was amazed by the city’s vibe. I was happy to see people of all cultures and descents on the city streets who express themselves with their style so freely that I couldn’t resist making photographs and sketches and then completing the artworks in color at home. Continue reading »

Artist Made These Fantasy Themed Illustrations During The Pandemic To Keep Some Optimism And Colorfulness In The Grim Reality

Pixie Trap

According to an artist Jovana Trajanova: “Soon after the pandemic started, I found myself too scared and paranoid to do anything just like everyone else. Go to the market, see a friend, do anything that was my life before. Continue reading »