Category: Illustrations

35 Unique Skull Designs and Illustrations

Yes, it seems morbid for some. Others cringe at the sight of it. But when it comes to design, you can’t expect everyone to understand. What matters most is that you deliver what is expected. And for a lot of...

/ December 16, 2016

Complicated Relationship Prints by Safwat Saleem

Safwat Saleem is a graphic designer, filmmaker, artist, and the creative director at Arizona State University. When he isn’t working, he spends most of his free time creating satirical art. He recently published a series of prints depicting complicated relationships between two...

/ June 2, 2015

Zentangle Design Trend: 35 Inspiring Examples

It seems that every New Year brings with it new trends in almost every aspect of one’s life, and this 2015 is no different. Recently, there has been a sudden interest in images made from double exposure photos to gorgeous...

/ May 29, 2015

What Happens When You Infuse Pop Icons and Vintage Ads Together? This!

David Redon is an Art Director from Paris. I recently found his Tumblr blog called Ads Libitum, and fell in love with the concept. David takes famous songs and turns them into vintage advertisements. He treats the artist as the product and describes...

/ April 22, 2015

Photorealistic Still Life Paintings by Roberto Bernardi

Roberto Bernardi was born in Todi, Italy. At a young age, he started to paint his first works while learning different pictorial techniques. After leaving his school examinations in 1993, Robert moved to Rome where he worked as a restorer in the church...

/ April 15, 2015

20 Magical Illustrations by Alice X. Zhang

Alice X. Zhang, also known as by her username Alicexz or Silverqe, is a full-time freelance illustrator, an immense pop culture enthusiast, and a part-time t-shirt designer. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a major in Graphic Design, but heartily wishes...

/ April 13, 2015

15 Striking Map Portraits by Ed Fairburn

Ed Fairburn is an illustration graduate whose work is mostly figurative. He paints, draws, and constructs using a flexible range of tangible media across a wide range of surfaces and contexts. By utilizing patchwork of roads, rivers, and trains, Ed creates outstanding...

/ April 11, 2015

35 Outstanding Low Poly Art Illustrations

Every so often, an art trend pops out and takes the world by storm. There is just something about the use of light, color, and shapes that really evoke feelings in people. Now, what these feeling are really depend on...

/ March 25, 2015

30 Inspirational Sketchbook Doodles and Drawings

Have you ever found yourself daydreaming or losing interest in one of your classes in school and end up creating a little masterpiece of your own on your notebook’s margins? We’ve all had those moments. Doodling is actually an art...

/ February 20, 2015