Amandine Urruty is a French artist with a ferociously devoted interest in graphite drawing. She creates Fantasia-esque dreamscapes filled with menageries of the most bizarre, unsettlingly weird beasts. While most of the creatures are foreign entities, a mash-up of human and animal or just completely alien figures, there are some recognizable faces...
Tag - Drawing Inspiration
These illustrations were done by artist, Lantomo (aka of Antonella Montes), an Italian illustrator currently living in Beijing. She sees her cool drawings as a combination of traditional illustration mixed with street art.
Artist, Kerby Rosanes works out of the Philippines and has turned what started as a personal hobby, doodling, into a job as a freelance illustrator. In this set of pictures he gives us the behind the scenes perspective on one of his Steampunk inspires drawings, Time Guardian.
Mark Powell does his drawings with a Bic Biro pen. He blends the stories of the subject and the medium by doing the drawings on old envelopes, maps, stamps, and newspapers – some dating back all the way to seventeenth century.
Artist, Andy Calabozo is from Venezuela and currently based in Portugal. His fascination with the strange and bizarre has given us these wonderfully surreal illustrations.
These cool drawings were done in ink and are by Romanian artist Boicu Marinela. via scene360.com
These ultra realistic still life drawings were done with pencil by French artist, Alexandre Granger.
Davit Yukhanyan, is an Armenian architect and illustrator. Architecture pays the bills, drawing is his passion, and music the inspiration.
We take a behind the scenes look at an awesome drawing byRussian artist, Sasha Kiseleva…
Guy Denning is a tireless worker. He has a blog, denningdrawing.blogspot.co.uk, to which he posts a new piece of art each day. The tag-line is ‘art – social dysfunction celebrated as ritual.’ It gives you an insight into how he sees art. For him, it’s something ritualistic. It’s capable of producing something akin to religious...
These drawings by artist, Zachari Logan, who hails from Canada, explore our conception of masculinity and at the same time, the body’s relationship with nature. You can checkout more of Zachari’s inspiring drawings at his site.