Home Illustrations

Illustrations

Hong Kong-born illustrator Victo Ngai has chosen the United States as her preferred place for artistic pursuits. The 25-year-old artist is two-time New York Society of Illustrators gold medallist and winner of Forbes Art & Style 30 Under 30 Award and, and her spectacular clientele includes Wired, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Scientific American and McDonald’s. Ngai produces...
Online magazine Futurism publishes a sketch every week imagining the life in the future. At first glance, the cartoons are funny, but when you think about it, they often criticise the society and question where we're headed as humans. The team consists of three people: Luke Kingma for the concept, art direction, and copy, Lou Patrick Mackay who does illustration, and...
In 1987, Starbucks unveiled its new logo. A fusion of two existing logos, it gave birth to the famous long-haired green siren. Since then, one of the most famous logos in the world still inspires artists to reappropriate and subversively use it in their art. In her Instagram account, the Ukrainian artist Annet Lovart transforms this iconic character of the...
Balancing on the thin line between makeup, cartoons and graphic arts, Laura Jenkinson shares her many ideas on Instagram. For several years now, Laura Jenkinson has been transforming the bottom of her face into multiple characters from popular cartoons and video games. His childhood heroes take the place of her mouth with a steady stroke of make-up pencils, theatrical...
Rachelle Meyer is an illustrator from the U.S. living in Amsterdam. Her day job includes illustrating children's book and storytelling, but she isn't putting her pens and notebooks away when the work is over. Meyer relaxes by drawing the passengers on the streets of Amsterdam. When her first notebook was completely filled, she made a little film about it. Watch...
Spanish artist Nacho Diaz founded his website, naolito.com in 2009 just to share some funny and cute pop culture designs. He gained popularity with several mentions on blogs and earned more than 300k followers on Facebook. Today, with more than 165k Instagram followers, he continues to create something that will surely make you smile. This time he took simple objects...
Russian artist Lera Kiryakova creates adorable celebrity portraits, presenting them as cartoon characters. Her drawing skills are incredible and the resemblance with people and characters that inspire her is greater than you'd expect. See Lera's artwork below, enjoy! https://www.instagram.com/p/BQs4Vowlop-/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BUuaWYyl6NP/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BZi6rjmlWzg/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/Ba9Svj0lzFP/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/Bbw5s-VFuKB/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/Bcj9o3nl6na/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/Bc-K0Qglbxk/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BdnxZL8Faav/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BeIo_Z6l1zr/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BexS6amFWms/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BfYiwOsFGNW/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BhmcsxkFpen/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BiFA8bHlbsR/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova https://www.instagram.com/p/BiUVbqploit/?taken-by=lera_kiryakova
Omar Aqil is a digital artist, designer, and art director living in Pakistan. He tries to reimagine Pablo Picasso’s abstract style in aggressive, grotesque, adorably hilarious ways. Omar uses tools for image manipulation and 3D modelling such as Cinema 4D, Octane, Photoshop, and Illustrator to create Picasso-inspired abstract dramatic characters: jokers, knights, kings, queens, etc. Aqil’s art adds a touch...
Federico Babina is an Italian artist who is well known mostly for his architectural illustrations but is also a true film buff. His latest project DIRECTPORTRAIT consists of portraits of some of the most famous movie directors that are constructed of many elements of their films . Babina has succeeded in reproducing everything that makes us recognize the face of...
One of the longest standing tropes of science fiction is time travel, and the complications you experience if you go back in the past and meet yourself. Probably, after you get over the initial shock, you still wouldn't resist the temptation to snap a photo of both of you which would preserve the moment for posterity. That's one of the...

Popular

Just 4 U