Illustrations
Sketches by Sunga Park

Sketches by Sunga Park

Sketches on February 2014 itinerary of February (India) Tiruchirappalli – Pondicherry – Mamallapuram – Chennai - (Sri Lanka) Kandy – Haputale – Del Housie – Dambulla – Sigiriya – Anuradhapura – Pollonaruwa – Colombo (India) Madurai – Tiruchirappalli – Tanjore “I’m traveling in India and Sri Lanka. All sketches are sketched, coloured on location, some...
The story of a seagull and the cat, illustration by Lina Dūdaitė

The story of a seagull and the cat, illustration by Lina Dūdaitė

Lina Dūdaitė: behance
Women, illustration by Takahiro Kimura

Women, illustration by Takahiro Kimura

Takahiro Kimura: behance / facebook
Movie Legend, illustration by Vince Low

Movie Legend, illustration by Vince Low

Movie’s that makes me remember. Vince Low: behance
Archimusic, musical and architectural posters by Federico Babina

Archimusic, musical and architectural posters by Federico Babina

Illustrator and architect Federico Babina comes back with musical and architectural posters. For his series “Archimusic”, he has decided to draw buildings which take the physical and musical characteristics of the musicians: from the red lightning of David Bowie to Amy Winehouse’s hair. Federico Babina: website Via: fubiz.net
Photo-realistic graphite drawings by Monica Lee

Photo-realistic graphite drawings by Monica Lee

Malaysian artist Monica Lee is obsessed with details. “I like to challenge myself with complex portraits especially people with freckles or beard,” says Lee, who often works from photographic portraits to create seemingly identical drawings. Monica Lee: instagram / facebook Via: thisiscolossal.com
NEON - FIFA World Cup, project by Toykyo X Rizon Parein

NEON – FIFA World Cup, project by Toykyo X Rizon Parein

World Cup 2014 Collaboration / Toykyo X Rizon Parein Cristiano Ronaldo / Wayne Rooney / Vincent Kompany More to come, stay tuned! Rizon Parein: behance Toykyo: website
World cup 2014, illustration by Rafael Mayani

World cup 2014, illustration by Rafael Mayani

Rafael Mayani: website / behance
Bryan Dunn regularly draws on his son’s lunch bags

Bryan Dunn regularly draws on his son’s lunch bags

Bryan Dunn is a graphic designer, illustrator and loving father who regularly draws on his son’s brown lunch paper bags. The lucky kid recently finished first grade, which gave the dad a symbolic opportunity to revisit his amusing project and select his favorite illustrations from the past year. “I draw all the time, I decided...
Grow, illustration by Andreas Preis

Grow, illustration by Andreas Preis

“Because a lot of people asked: No, I didn’t use illustrator for this. There are some minor vector graphics which I made in Photoshop. At least 95% of what you see here is done by hand with pencils and fineliners. Colors and structures were added in Photoshop afterwards.” Andreas Preis: website / behance
Grace Ciao turns real flower petals into fashion design illustrations

Grace Ciao turns real flower petals into fashion design illustrations

Grace Ciao, a 22-year-old student from Singapore, uses a clever and original way to draw her fashion design illustrations. Instead of ink, watercolours, pencils, or fabric, she uses real flower petals. Not only do they serve as substitutes for lines and colours, but they also introduce their own unique textures and forms. Ciao clams that...
History of FIFA World Cup, a series of illustrations by Davide Bonazzi

History of FIFA World Cup, a series of illustrations by Davide Bonazzi

A series of illustrations celebrating the FIFA World Cup. Every image refers to the most important goal scored in the final match. Uruguay, 1930: Uruguay-Argentina 4-2 Hector Castro scores the last goal Italy, 1934: Italy – Czechoslovakia 2-1 Angelo Schiavio scores the match point France, 1938: Italy – Hungary 4-2 Gino Colaussi marks the temporary...

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