Kaye Blegvad is an illustrator, designer, and “general maker-of-things”, as she says about herself, in the third person. Her illustrations depict mostly women, in various situations, in a blunt, sometimes brutal matter. But her works have a certain (dark) humor, that goes wonderfully with her drawing style, making the entire experience very pleasant, comfortable, and...
These hyper-realistic paintings are the works of Rome based Spanish artist Rubén Belloso. His paintings represent both real and fictional characters and they are so detailed and expressive that one might think they are photographs.
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!
More than 15 years ago, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada started making urban art in New York. The Cuban-born artist is renown for his gigantic scale charcoal drawings of anonymous people. RG's works are more than just huge drawings on a building; they represent a social
Nicole Gustafsson, a.k.a. Nimasprout is a talented Lincoln, Nebraska based illustrator. Her drawings, prints and gauche paintings depict enchanted and imaginative worlds, inhabited by tiny magical creatures.
Quebec-based artist Steven Spazuk has a the most unusual technique of drawing: he exposes the canvas to fire and uses the soot left in the surface to etch his drawings. The idea came to him in 2011 and he doesn't show signs of quitting this technique.
Born in 1944, Michael Parkes studied graphic art and painting at the University of Kansas and then traveled for three years through Asia and Europe. The fantasy world of Parkes suppresses the earthly laws of reality, unbinding space and time in their quiescent
These beautiful drawings are the work of Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski. Pawel was born in 1976 in Szczecin. He graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan with specialization in graphics. He is famous for his satirical illustrations that make you wonder about
Yellena James grew up and attended art school in Sarajevo. Preferring pens, inks, markers and acrylics, she combines complex abstract forms into dazzling images which take on lives of their own. Her colorful arrangements of organic shapes and tangled lines are at