The Swedish company known for its clever home solutions will be launching ‘ART EVENT 2017’ — a limited edition collection showcasing posters drawn by 12 internationally-loved artists—in April 2017, so clear your walls. Continue reading »
For all its rampant sexuality, Game of Thrones is missing one thing: even more sexuality.
Fortunately, Russian artist Andrew Tarusov (previously) has illustrated a series of eye-popping posters depicting female characters from the show as early-20th-century-style pin-up girls. The stylized drawings depict Daenerys Targaryen, Cersei Lannister, Brienne of Tarth and many more of the Game of Thrones ladies as scantily clad, seductively posed, physically idealized pin-ups. Continue reading »
Using only some pencils the Russian artist from the city of Voronezh Natasha Kinaru (Natalia Miley) creates fantastically realistic pictures of celebrities. Here, we suggest to look at her finished job and also some ones being in process. Continue reading »
Cats are known for their bored and apathetic demeanor and expressions. Redditor and pet owner, LukeHero didn’t let that curtail his creative streak – he drew funny expressions for his cat instead. Amazingly, the cat looks pretty cooperative in this collection of grin-inducing pictures. Continue reading »
Sometimes on a Wednesday morning, it’s pretty easy to get depressed when you remember that you weren’t born as a Disney princess and in fact have double chemistry, soggy shoes and a rubbish sarnie for lunch. Continue reading »
Ramachandraiah prints movie posters for a living. He’s done it ever since 1971, when he bought an ancient lithograph press. He keeps it in a factory north of Bangalore, far from the English town where it was built 111 years ago.
His are five-color, hand-drawn, and measure just 20 inches by 30 inches. They’re printed on thin paper, and illegally slapped up on building sites and highway overpasses late at night. They cost pennies to print. And they’re absolutely gorgeous. Continue reading »
Inbox (12): receive 12 postcards drawn and written by 12 illustrators about their favourite city spots
Inbox (12) is at the same time, a sample of the work of a selection of the best illustrators related to each city all around the world and a guide of the special spots in one city that a friend who knows the place would recommended to you… and they´re not always in the usual travel guides! Inbox (12) is a fanzine for those who enjoy having a beautiful object between their hands. Continue reading »