Jennifer LaRue Huget teams up with Chris Sickels, the creative force behind Red Nose Studio, for a delightfully subversive tale, The Beginner's Guide To Running Away From Home.
New York Times Best Illustrated artist Chris Sickels spent 15 months creating the art for Jennifer LaRue’s Huget ode to childhood adventure.
We've seen lots of artists lately who work their magic with paper. Folding it, cuting it, burning it, you name it. But these works are different. Eiko Ojala is an Estonian artist based in Tallinn. His works are entirely drawn by hand in such a manner that they loos
Canadian artist Tamara Phillips had us smitten with her nature inspired works. Having a degree in biology instilled this profound respect for the natural world and its preservation, and this shows in her artistic works, through the colors she uses, and technique.
Kansas City based artist Adrian Halpern is somewhat of a visionary, capable of seeing the unseen and understanding the secret language of signs and symbols. His obsession with mysticism transcends in his art, that has a therapeutic effect on him, a form of
These psychedelic illustrations are the work of Michigan based artist Pat Perry. His art is profoundly inspired by the artist's everyday life, people and places, experiences and encounters that he meets in his travels. Enjoy!
Mariana is a graphic designer and independent illustrator from Portugal, currently living in Zürich, Switzerland. Her works are bursting with shapes and colors, featuring symmetrical intricate patterns and organic forms crossed with sharp geometrical elements,
Jeremy Young is a 16 year old digital artist from New Zealand. The self-taught young Kiwi has established a personal minimalist style, bursting with color and creativity. Check out his awesome illustrations!
"My name is Boey and I draw on cups." This is how Malaysian artist Cheeming Boey modestly presents himself. But it takes only a quick look to see that his art is not all that. The US-based artist is an illustrator, animator, blogger and author, who developed his
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1977, Fernando Hereñú, aka Pulpo is a latin american artist long recognized for his complex composition and surrealistic style. His dark style draws its inspiration from earlier generations of cartoon artists, 1970's comicbook