Category - Illustrations

The tangible fantasy of H Lazarus

I paint what I dream of. Sometimes literally, some other times I try to convey the “oniric feeling” in my paintings, that sensation you have when dreaming, that the Reality you’re seeing is both tangible, factual, and yet completely absurd, otherworldly. How many times in our everyday life we find ourselves stunned by mundane events...

The jaunty illustrations of Qintong Li

My name is Qintong Li. I born and raised in a small city near Beijing. After I graduated by graphic major from China Central Academy of Fine Arts, I realized I want to start drawing and painting so much, I want to creative something by my hands using pencils and brushes. So I came to Art Center College of Design study illustration in 2011 in Los...

Topographical line works by Katy Ann Gilmore

There’s something very soothing and satisfying about looking at the mesh-patterned works of LA-based artist, Katy Ann Gilmore. Trails of 2-dimensional bisecting lines meander across the canvas and trick the eye to see 3-dimensional form. Maybe it’s the simplicity of the flowing, undulating lines that come together to create stunning mountain...

Mickael Brana’s crazy and absurd universe

I’m a freelance illustrator and artist born in 1990 in Bayonne, France. I have developed a unique style with two different faces : the illustration side and the fine art side. My illustrations are funny, fresh and comic. Whereas my art is more melancholic, weird and expressive. But they are two sides of the same coin. My whole universe  is a...

Drawn from the subconscious of Alan Williamson

I’m an unschooled artist, or raw, or self-taught… whichever you like. I spent hours as a child, with pencil in hand, drawing comic strip characters and hockey players. My greatest accomplishment as an artist was the last time someone said, ‘Hey, I like that.’ I hope to hear it again… soon. I’ve no major, or...

Topographical portraiture’s by Samuel Rodriguez

I’m Samuel Rodriguez, a San José, California based artist known best for two kinds of portrait styles I call, “Topographical Portraiture” and “Type Faces”.  Topographical Portraits, are made by stylizing a portrait with topographical lines and shapes in a similar manner to those found through images on geographic...

Genre dabbling with Michelle Zhang

I’m a Visual Artist with a background in fashion design, employed as a Graphic Designer in Sydney. I dabble in most things creative, but specialize in portraiture, surreal, abstract and fashion illustrations. I also enjoy creating the occasional mural. I often begin working in a specific genre but use it as only a starting point. Some of my...

Joey Bearbower’s artistic affirmations

I am an illustrative hand lettering artist who specializes in technical drawings which typically convey a powerful message on life. After many years of managing of front of the house restaurant and bartending, I decided I wanted to to venture of into a new world. So in 2012, I decided to enroll into a local Graphic Communications program. From...