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Captivating And Humorous Illustrations Created From Everyday Items By Christoph Niemann

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Artist, author, and animator are just some of the numerous hats that Christoph Niemann wears. Continue reading »

Amazing Photos of Teenage Beatles Fans in Their Bedrooms From the 1960s

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In the 1960s, Beatles fans decorated their bedrooms with band posters, themed furnishings, and memorabilia. This home décor often featured vibrant colors inspired by “Yellow Submarine” and hand-painted lyrics or album covers. Continue reading »

Spectacular Illustrations, Covers and Editorials by Klaus Kremmerz

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Klaus Kremmerz enjoys working remotely on his laptop, iPad, or cintiq Wacom. Continue reading »

Into the Fantastical Realms of Naoyuki Kato: A Tour of Classic Japanese Science Fiction

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Born in 1952 in Hamamatsu City, Japan, Naoyuki Kato is a renowned Japanese illustrator who specializes in science fiction and fantasy. Continue reading »

Talented Polish Illustrator Ada Zielińska Blends Contemporary and Retro Styles in Her Art

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A Polish illustrator and graphic designer, Ada Zielińska is a talented individual. Using a variety of styles, she combines contemporary aesthetics with the sentimentality of the 1970s and 1980s in her work. Continue reading »

Beautiful Vintage Posters Designed by Boris Artzybasheff

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Born in 1899 in Kharkov, Boris Artzybasheff was a Russian-American illustrator known for his distinctive and often surreal designs. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Delightful Illustrations Inspired by Architectural Images of The Present and Past

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Originally from the Netherlands, Adam Kosik studied landscape architecture and has been illustrating for a while. The values he aims to portray through his illustrations are those that he freely acknowledges were most inspired by architecture and the environment around man during his studies. Continue reading »

Glamorous Girls Illustrated by Rolf Armstrong in The Early 20th Century

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American commercial artist and illustrator Rolf Armstrong (1889–1960) was known for his glitzy portrayals of women. His calendar designs and magazine covers are what made him most famous. Continue reading »

“Traveling Through the Seasons”: A Series of Beautiful Illustrations by Oamul Lu

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Oamul Lu , an illustration artist based in China specializing in painting, digital painting and animation. Continue reading »

Vintage Cover Photos of Cavalcade Magazine in the 1950s

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Cavalcade, an Australian men’s magazine, was first published in the early 1940s amidst World War II. Initially, it focused on serious topics, predominantly featuring content related to the war. The early editions included cartoons and jokes that were relatively harmless. Continue reading »

Amazing Cover Photos of the Startling Stories Magazine in the 1940s

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Between the years 1939 to 1955, a remarkable American pulp science fiction magazine named ‘Startling Stories’ graced the shelves. Born out of the publishing house of Ned Pines’ Standard Magazines, this gem offered readers an escape into otherworldly tales. Under the keen editorial eyes of Mort Weisinger, who simultaneously handled ‘Thrilling Wonder Stories’, every issue of Startling was a gateway to another universe with its lead novel. Continue reading »

The Man Who Made Everyone Look Famous: Richard Bernstein and His Iconic Interview Covers

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If you are a fan of pop art and celebrity culture, you have probably seen the work of Richard Bernstein. He was the artist behind the striking covers of Interview Magazine for almost 20 years, from 1972 to 1989. His portraits of stars like Madonna, Grace Jones, Mick Jagger, Cher, Michael Jackson and many others captured their glamour, charisma and personality with a distinctive style that blended realism and fantasy. Continue reading »

Delicate Illustrations by Maggie Chiang

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Maggie Chiang is a Taiwanese American born and raised in Sunny Los Angeles. After graduating from ArtCenter College of Design in 2016, Maggie has worked for over 6 years as a designer and illustrator in a variety of fields ranging from editorial to motion graphics. Continue reading »

Unveiling the Canvas of Mark Bryan: A Blend of Pop-Surrealism, Satire, and Social Comment

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Mark Bryan, born on May 24, 1950, is a prominent American painter celebrated for his versatile approach to art. Continue reading »

Meet Tim Jacobus, the Artist Who Gave Goosebumps Its Signature Look

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Goosebumps is one of the most popular and beloved horror series for children of all time. Written by R.L. Stine, the books have sold over 400 million copies worldwide and have been adapted into movies, TV shows, video games, and more. But what makes Goosebumps stand out from other horror stories is not only its clever plots and twists, but also its iconic covers. The covers of Goosebumps are colorful, spooky, and captivating, and they capture the essence of each story in a single image. The artist who created those covers is Tim Jacobus, a master of illustration who has a unique and recognizable style. Continue reading »

60775: The Bizarre Artistic Journey of Jarek Kubicki

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Jarek Kubicki is a name that has become synonymous with digital art in Poland. Born in 1976 in Gdańsk, he has made a name for himself as an artist, photographer, and creative director. With a background in fine arts and a talent for web design, Jarek has become one of the most sought-after digital artists in the country. Continue reading »

Meet FULALEO, The Colombian Graphic Artist Who Revived the ’80s in His ‘2080s, The Past is the Future’ Series

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Fulvio Alejandro Obregon, also known as Fulaleo, is a Colombian graphic artist and illustrator who has gained recognition for his imaginative and humorous series of images entitled “The 2080s, The past is the future”. Through his artwork, Obregon brings the vibrant spirit of the ’80s back to life by envisioning contemporary pop stars in an ’80s style and creating retro-wave album covers for them. Continue reading »

Exploring Fantastical Worlds with German Designer and Illustrator Sandro Rybak

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When it comes to creating rich, otherworldly illustrations, German designer Sandro Rybak knows how to set the scene. With a trusty Wacom tablet and an eye for texture, contrast, and pattern, Sandro builds intricate flat worlds that belong firmly in the fantasy genre. Continue reading »

Journeying through Alternate Realities: The Captivating Illustrations of Award-Winning Artist Ashley Mackenzie

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Meet Ashley Mackenzie, a talented artist from Canada who creates captivating illustrations that take you on a journey to otherworldly dimensions. Continue reading »

Meet Jeff Drew, the Award-Winning Illustrator Behind America’s Witty and Sarcastic Artwork

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Jeff Drew, an Albuquerque-based illustrator, has gained national recognition for his exceptional and sharp-witted artwork. He has created cover illustrations for various publications across America, showcasing his stunning visual style. Continue reading »

Vintage Cover Photos of The Popular Magazine in the 1920s

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The Popular Magazine, a literary publication that ran for an impressive 612 issues from 1903 to 1931, was a staple in early American literature. With a diverse range of genres, the magazine featured everything from short fiction and novellas to serialized works and even complete short novels. Although the magazine covered various subjects, it had a tendency to lean towards men’s adventure stories, particularly in its later years as the demand for hardboiled fiction increased. Continue reading »

Take Me to Eterna: Fantasy Worlds of Gediminas Skyrius

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Based in Lithuania, Gediminas Skyrius is an illustrator working in the fields of book illustration, animation and game art, with an eye for dark, fantasy art. Continue reading »

Amazing Illustrations, Posters and Comic Covers by Doaly

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Doaly is a UK based graphic designer and digital illustrator with a passion for story telling. His work is characterised by his bold conceptual approach to illustration and his ability to adapt his style to the most sympathetic to the subject matter. Continue reading »

Amazing Movie Posters by Phantom City Creative

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Amazing selection of movie posters and key graphics by Canadian studio Phantom City Creative. The award-winning independent studio is based in Toronto, and they’re primarily focused on entertainment design for film, television and music. Continue reading »

The Superb Fantasy & Sci-Fi Artworks by Michael Whelan

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Connecticut-based illustrator Michael Whelan is one of the world’s most renowned fantasy artists. His pieces can be seen in hundreds of books and album covers, as well as in galleries and private collections around the world. Continue reading »