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Portraits Of Heroes And Villains Merged Into One Picture

Today we want to share great work of really talented artist. Dada she loves drawing and she is huge Disney fan. Using color pencils she is creating unique designs. This time we are presenting selection of her work, where she took the pure and honest good of cartoon characters and merged them side-by-side with their villain counterparts. Dada admit that she wanted to draw pure, honest, "good" characters that have an evil side or a villain. More: Instagram Post udostępniony przez d a d a (@dada16808) 17 Mar, 2017 o 6:00 PDT...


The absurd of the modern world by Marco Melgrati

Marco Melgrati is an Italian illustrator recently based in Mexico City. He definitely spends a lot of time on observing our modern world. This world of technology, virtual reality, and stereotypes imposed by the media. He describes his style as conceptual illustration - a style that is focused on the idea. what does it mean? Marco Melgrati crates the illustrations that depict all the absurdity of everyday life. Artist one asked why lot of his work is grounded in real events, said: “What I love about illustration is that it’s...


Stavros Damos illustrations

Great and surprising collection by Thessaloniki-based illustrator. Stavros Damos was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, where he also studied graphic design at AAS College of Art & Design. His main professional activities and specialization are focused on illustration. He sees his subject as a sculptor and in his work he brakes the forms, and illustrate them with line strokes, trying to achieve 3D form. Stavros client are mainly advertising agencies, publishing houses and magazines. Take a look at our selection of his illustrations. Facebook, twitter, Instagram illustrations by ©Stavros Damos...


Illustrations by Natalia Vasilyeva

Natalia Vasilyev using watercolor pencils and pastel on A4 size archive paper, creats amazing portraits of women and children. This Russian artist created her own outstanding style for transferring reference photos into realistic illustrations. It takes 12 hours to create each portrait.To see Natalia creating process visit here Instagram. Below you will find some example of her flawless portraits to see more visit navasyart.com.       pictures ©Natalia Wasiljewa  ...


PEZ and his dark and twisted drawings

Today I'm presenting selection of works by PEZ, illustrator and painter from Nantes, France. His works are inspired by Graffiti and Pop culture. PEZ illustrations are full of unexpected forms and compositions. It does not really matter if this are pencil drawn characters from cartoons with faces like collapsing walls, or Santa blowing a gummy doll in shape of the Cookie, the goal is one, to make you feel little bit uncomfortable. Enjoy !!! for more visit Facebook / Instagram   images ©PEZ...


Incredible illustrations by David Filer

Brilliant artist David Filer, was born in Zimbabwe, maybe that's the reason why world of wild animals is so present in his artwork. After achieving an Honours degree in Information Design at the University of Pretoria in 2008, began drawing full time in the highly competitive and somewhat precarious field of wildlife art. "For as long as I can remember I have had a deep fascination and empathy for animals – I could spend hours just sitting watching a single creature. It is not just their beauty and shape that...


Quirky and Colorful illustrations by Rob Hodgson

Rob Hodgson is a British award winner, designer and illustrator, based in Bristol, UK. Through his bold, quirky and colorful illustration he leads us to a world of fairy tales. Take a look at our selection of Rob illustrations. From wizards to monsters and animals, a lot of his work suits a wide audience. for more visit Instagram / twitter / tumblr   Images ©Rob Hodgson...


The Disney Princesses without makeup by Loryn Brantz

Loryn Brantz is a two-time Emmy Award-winning illustrator and design professional. Her client list includes HarperCollins, PBS, and Facebook. She is also an award-winning children’s book author and earned the 2010 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award for Best First Picture Book for Harvey the Child Mime. Loryn Brantz is currently on staff at BuzzFeed writing and illustrating about "stuff and things". Take a look of her recent series "The Disney Princesses without makeup". In humoristic way Brantz raises the matter of the way nowadays Women are seen. "As children we may...

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