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The Superb Book Covers and Editorial Illustrations by Silja Goetz

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Silja Goetz, a freelance illustrator from Germany based in Madrid, creates stunning pieces for international clients, covering a wide range of subjects and media in both editorial and commercial projects. Continue reading »

Humorous But Sad Illustrations By Santiago Bara That Might Make You Reflect On Life

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In today’s world, life can be pretty strange and absurd, a craziness that isn’t new but now seems omnipresent, and while it might seem confusing and hard to make sense of, that’s not always a bad thing; artist Santiago Bara from Spain, who initially started drawing cartoons for practice, now uses this absurdity as inspiration for his simple yet humorous and thought-provoking illustrations, which have gained him over 8,000 Instagram followers and help people notice the weirdness of modern life. Continue reading »

The Epic Dystopian and Sci-Fi Illustrations by Marcel Deneuve

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United States-based freelance concept designer and digital illustrator Marcel Deneuve’s huge sci-fi inspired cityscapes and futuristic constructions. The film and gaming industries are Marcel Deneuve’s current places of employment. Continue reading »

The Superb Stylish Expressive Illustrations by JiHun Lee

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JiHun Lee is a digital artist from Korea who makes unique graphical works that have a quality that is both mysterious and strange. Continue reading »

Night & Day: The Superb Dreamcore Illustrations by Christian Demczuk

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Christian Demczuk, also known as AnarkyArt, masterfully blends the ethereal allure of dreamcore with the edgy vibes of cyberpunk and vaporwave in his illustrations. Continue reading »

Playful Illustrations Of An Adorable Dragon Exploring The World

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Inspired by the movie “How to Train Your Dragon,” twin brothers Manik and Ratan created Drogo, a friendly dragon who quickly captured the hearts of many back in 2014/2015. Today, we revisit their charming Drogo illustrations for your enjoyment. Continue reading »

Lovely Children’s Postcards in the 1930s

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1930s children’s postcards were a delightful blend of charming illustrations, vibrant colors, and whimsical themes. Often showcasing playful scenes of children at play, interacting with animals, or enjoying seasonal activities, these postcards also frequently featured beloved characters from storybooks and comics. Continue reading »

Diverse Bodies, Captivating Stories: Jenna Arts’ Visual Artistry

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Jenna Arts, a Dutch illustrator residing in Belgium, masterfully manipulates depth and proportions to create captivating characters and visual narratives. Her diverse portfolio includes editorial illustrations, book covers, and personal art projects. Continue reading »

The Superb Minimalistic Lineart Illustrations by Andrea Minini

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Italian artist Andrea Minini crafts intricate and detailed visuals that masterfully convey depth through simple lines. Continue reading »

Bizarre Smallpox Illustration from The Japanese Manuscript, ca. 1720

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This captivating watercolor illustration is a page from “Toshin seiyo” (The Essentials of Smallpox), a two-volume Japanese manuscript on smallpox. Continue reading »

Relaxed and Calming Illustrations by Atey Ghailan, Taking Us Back to A Light-hearted Childhood

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Atey Ghailan is concept artist and illustrator based in Los Angeles, California. He is currently working as a Senior Illustrator for video game developer, Riot Games. Continue reading »

Beautiful On-Point Cartoon Characters Recreated From Images That This Artist Took Of Herself

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Amy Revives is already a renowned artist for her relatable comics. However, she maintains another Instagram account solely dedicated to her illustrations. Continue reading »

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 »

Beautiful Papercraft Illustrations by John Ed De Vera

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John Ed De Vera is a multidisciplinary designer, with a penchant for lettering, paper-cutting, and experimenting with different and new media. Continue reading »

The Canon Medicinae: A Medieval Medical Scrapbook Gone Wild

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Forget dry textbooks! The 13th-century Parisian edition of the *Canon Medicinae* is like a medical school dropout’s wild fever dream, splashed across tempera and gold leaf on parchment. Continue reading »

Important Things and Hilarious Happenings: Demetri Martin’s Guide to Life (and Laughter)

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A master of many talents, Demetri Martin is an American comedian. His deadpan stand-up routines are known for their quirky blend of illustrations, musical bits, and clever wordplay. Continue reading »

Artist Brings Tiny Illustrations To Life By Using Everyday Objects

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Jesuso Ortiz, a Spanish artist, transforms ordinary items into enchanting works of art. He ingeniously incorporates everyday elements such as fruits and flowers to craft vibrant and whimsical images. Continue reading »

3D Artist Sasha Vinogradova Creates Amazing Detailded Fantasy Ornamental Insects

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Los Angeles artist Sasha Vinogradova combines her interest in nature and intricate design by creating a series of ornamental specimens that resemble jewelry. Continue reading »

Phantasmal and Ethereal Works by Januz Miralles

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Philippines-based artist Januz Miralles blends photo manipulation with traditional painting methods to produce ghostly and ethereal art. Continue reading »

Artist Crafts Imaginative Illustrations Transforming Common Items into Novel Creations

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With age, many of us start to ignore the simple pleasures in life, but individuals like Diego Cusano (previously featured), the “Fantasy Researcher” from Italy, keep their sense of childlike wonder alive. Continue reading »

The Superb Dark and Occult Art of Dylan Garrett Smith

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Dylan Garrett Smith’s illustrations blend occult themes with natural elements, using materials like ashes, chalk-lead, and black cotton rag paper. Continue reading »

The Art of Nicole Duennebier, Including Her Works of Ruffs, Pearls, and Rotten First-Fruits

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Nicole Duennebier’s vibrant works meld 17th- and 18th-century aristocratic portraits with vanitas still lifes and biological illustrations of deep-sea or microscopic life. Continue reading »

Illustrations from “Potjeh” by Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić, 1975

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”The story is about a grandfather and his three grandchildren. They have to choose between good and evil where good represents the god Svarozic who is the son of the god Svarog. The evil represents the master of anger. His name was Bjesomar. The purpose of these stories is to find the meaning of what one’s heart desires.” Continue reading »

Beautiful Clay Characters and Still Lifes by Irma Grunholz

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Irma Gruenholz, a three-dimensional illustrator and sculptor based in Madrid, Spain, engages in a creative process centered on hand-sculpted illustrations using clay and various materials to achieve three-dimensional effects. Continue reading »

Stunning Retro Cover Illustrations from The Satirical German-Language Magazine “Kladderadatsch”

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The satirical German-language magazine Kladderadatsch (meaning “Crash” in an onomatopoeic sense) was launched in Berlin on May 7, 1848. Continue reading »