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“Wild Lines 2”: A Collection Of Animal Illustrations Drawn With Just A Single Line

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“We’re Loooop, a French creative studio specializing in one-line art. “Wild Lines 2” is a collection of animal drawings drawn with just a single line. It’s a very special project to us because it’s the sequel of the very first project we shared on the internet. Continue reading »

French Artists Creates Minimalist One-Line Drawings Of Iconic Fictional Characters

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“We’re Loooop, a French creative studio specializing in one-line art and we’d like to share our last project with you: we reinterpreted 50 of the most iconic fictional characters with one line. Continue reading »

This NYC Artist Found A Brilliant Way To Surprise Unexpectant Subway Passengers

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Devon Rodriguez, a New Yorker, connects with others in a simple and friendly manner by using his talent and free time. The artist is displaying his skills by drawing unsuspecting subway passengers in New York and then giving them the completed piece as a token of gratitude. Continue reading »

The Superb Black & White Retro Sci-Fi Pencil Drawings by Juan Osorno

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Created by Colombian artist Juan Osorno, ‘Contact’ is a series of pencil on paper illustrations inspired by old school science fiction films. Continue reading »

Colombian Artist Creates Illustrations Inspired by Medieval Drawings and Scientific Atlases

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According to Carolina Zambrano: “I am an illustrator, graphic designer and artist. The topics that I address, for the most part, are related to the symbolic world, magic, alchemy and nature. My creative processes are associated with the discovery of personal and collective symbols. Continue reading »

London-Based Artist Katharine Morling Creates Sculptural ‘Drawings’ Using Ceramics and Black Stain

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Her ceramic sculptures have been shown internationally at Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Liberty’s London, Miami, Italy, Kuwait, Algiers, Germany and France. She has also had solo exhibitions in Sweden, The Netherlands and throughout the UK. 2019 marked the fifth time that Katharine had been invited to exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition in London. Continue reading »

Mildly Uplifting Drawings by Worry Lines

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Worry Lines has captured hearts around the world with sweetly funny, deceptively simple, and instantly relatable daily drawings shared on Instagram at @worry__lines. The drawings have been described as ‘tender’, ‘wobbly’ and ‘oddly comforting’. Continue reading »

For 32 Years, This Japanese Chef Has Been Making a Painting of Every Single Meal He Eats

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Itsuo Kobayashi was in born 1962, and lives in Saitama Prefecture, Japan. After having worked as a chef at a soba restaurant and at a supply center for school meals in Saitama, northwest of Tokyo, until he was 46 years old, Itsuo Kobayashi began having difficulty walking due to alcoholic neuritis. Since he was about 26 years old, he has made detailed illustrations of and written down his thoughts about the food he has eaten. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Incredibly Detailed Architecture Drawings That You Could Stare At For Hours

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Thailand-based Japanese Artist Emi Nakajima creates incredibly detailed architecture drawings that you could stare at for hours. Emi Nakajima has been awed by the intricate design of Gothic architecture. Continue reading »

Still Crying: Tiny Drawings By Sara Hagale

In hard times, everything becomes small – space, time, human life. Sara Hagale’s drawings do a good job of conveying this feeling, but they also give us a sense of some hope. Even if ghostly, but still. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Detailed Aerial Drawings Of New Zealand Towns, Cities, And Islands With A Panoramic Perspective

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According to Leighton Corbett: “I lost my job as a graphic designer in the lockdown of 2020 in my native Auckland, NZ, so I decided to use my newfound spare time to create my own style of Aerial map drawings. Since then, I’ve tried to draw as many towns and cities around New Zealand as possible, and with the lockdowns and people not being able to travel as much as they normally would, the large drawings with incredible detail have become so popular I have started my own business, CitizenArt.” Continue reading »

This South Korean Artist’s Structural Drawings Will Help You Improve Your Drawing Skills

If you’ve ever learned to draw, you know it’s not easy (unless you were born a Da Vinci). South Korean drawing teacher An Jae Hyun (안재현) will clearly show you how to feel and correctly depict the structure of an object. This will help you learn and improve your drawing skills. Continue reading »

This Man Collects People’s Drawings Made On A Map By Walking, Running, Cycling, Or Driving

How many calories does it take to draw an image? A smart person would ask, well, what kind of image are we talking about? And we’re talking about Strava art, a very peculiar form of drawings that are drawn with sweat. Continue reading »

“Rest in Peace”: The Dark, Nightmarish and Bizarre Drawings by Dima Khramtsov

Artist Dima Khramtsov from Russia draws magnificent atmospheric illustrations. Perhaps he’s depicting his fears, but who knows? Definitely, do not watch people impressionable and with a weak psyche. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Extremely Realistic Digital Illustrations And Shows The Initial Sketch And The End Result

In practice, the advent of photography exchanged the need for drawings and paintings, as cameras can do the better job much quicker. Continue reading »

This Artist Drew These 30 Animals So “Badly”, It Might Be A New Style

Art comes in all forms and shapes and always makes people wonder about things and find the most accurate interpretations. But what is considered a good piece of art? To each individual, it might be a different thing: the memories or feelings the painting is calling out, techniques that are used to create the piece, the artist and their personality, their talent, and work. There is no one way to become a successful artist, and Hercule Van Wolfwinkle is one of the people who can confirm that. Continue reading »

“Art of The Doodler”: Fyodor Dostoevsky Draws In His Manuscripts

More than 200 sheets of Russian writer Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky’s notebooks and manuscripts contain drawings, among them mainly portraits, sketches of Gothic windows and arches, arabesques and calligrams. Continue reading »

Realistic 3D Drawings By This Japanese Artist Look Like Optical Illusions

As of recently, people on the internet have laid their eyes on yet another artist. This time we’d like for you to see the works of an 18-year-old Japanese artist named Keito (慧人). Continue reading »

Content Producer Lost Her Job During The Pandemic, So She Started Drawing

According to Kelley Hudson: “During the pandemic, I lost my job as a content producer and was unable to find work in that field for almost a year. Forced to relocate away from our home in Southern California to Spokane, Washington where my husband finally found work, I didn’t know what to do with a young child at home and a new town full of people we didn’t know (and really couldn’t get to know). Continue reading »

This Artist Paints In A Hyperrealistic Style And Some Of Her Works Look Like Photos, While Others Look Like Dreams

When it comes to hyper-realistic art, the wonderfully talented artist Kit King is a great example of what can be done when it comes to your creativity and ideas. King is a Bahamian Canadian artist who creates large-scale hyperrealist works. Her pieces are often shredded and rearranged to influence the ways in which they are perceived. Continue reading »

The Mind-Boggling Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings By Alessandro Paglia

Artist Alessandro Paglia, based in Italy, draws incredibly realistic drawings using only colored pencils on paper. The details are mesmerizing. You’d never believe they are indeed pencil drawings. It took a lot of time and patience, layering colors over colors, the final art pieces created are so full of sheen and deepness. Check them out! Continue reading »

“Gospel of the Dog”: Russian Ophthalmologist Creates Dark Sci-Fi & Fantasy Pencil Illustrations

Alexey Klepnev was born in 1961 in Ordzhonikidze (Vladikavkaz, Russia). In 1985 graduated with honors from the North Ossetian Medical Institute. Continue reading »

Hyper-Realistic Animal Pencil Drawings By Helen Violet

As much as it’s hard to believe, these incredibly detailed realistic pet portraits are not photographs but in fact hand-drawn pencil drawings. Continue reading »

Brazilian Architect Draws Buildings Inspired By Everyday Objects

Some artists look for inspiration in otherworldly places, while others use whatever is around them and make the most out of it! Brazilian architect, urban planner, building technician, and art lover Felipe de Castro turns everyday objects, places, and foods into unusual architectural designs. In his wild imagination, a face mask transforms into a hospital, a microphone is a hotel, a sandwich becomes an oddly-shaped building, and a stamp turns into an Apple office. Continue reading »

In Astonishingly Realistic Painting, Artist Hiroki Okuma Spent Months Just on His Model’s Hair

Japanese artist Hiroki Ōkuma has stunned his followers and other art-lovers with a viral post on his Twitter account revealing his latest oil painting. Continue reading »