Salustiano Garcia Cruz... Artists Reimagine Children's Monster Drawings to Promote Creativity. In 2015, The Monster Project gave one group of lucky children the chance to bring their dreamy drawings of monsters to life.
Now, one year later, the make-believe beasts are back, thanks to talented artists, imaginative children, and a successful Kickstarter campaign. Rizon Parein. Biography Rizon Parein shot into the lives of the general public in 2011 when his neon sign poster for the film Drive captured the world’s attention.
A digital image-maker, Rizon quit school at 17 and taught himself the technology and artistic craftsmanship he needed to carve himself a career in the art and design world. Monumental Nobodies — Matthew Quick. Ray Oranges' Illustrations have a Beautiful Combination of Colour and Simple Geometry. 40 best Illustrator tutorials. Olga Kostenko (Sparrow3d) – Houses City Photos & Images. Coloring Book For Adults Titled ‘Doodle Invasion’ by Kerby Rosanes. Adults around the world are crazy about coloring books and Kerby Rosanes, the Philippines-based illustrator, has a wonderful book for them – ‘Doodle Invasion‘.
We’ve covered him before here and here, but if you like Rosanes’ style, keep reading. Rosanes considers “doodling” to be a hobby that turned into his profession. This 24-year-old artist with no formal training tried his hand at comics, mural painting, and watercolors, before settling on his current medium. Despite having a day job, after more and more freelance work, his friends encouraged him to quit his job and go full time. To The Vanishing Point: The Obscure Broken Worlds Of Artist Sergey Kolesov. Design you trust To The Vanishing Point: The Obscure Broken Worlds Of Artist Sergey Kolesov Follow us on Facebook: Sergey Kolesov (aka Peleng) is from the city of Ivanovo, Russia.
He uses the fantasy style creating his pictures. Childhood Of Tomorrow: The Incredible Surreal Art Of Simon Stålenhag. The dark, incredibly f*cked up comics of Joan Cornellà. Spanish cartoonist Joan Cornellà combines black humor and extreme discomfort, most famously in his wordless, six-panel comics.
Cornellà‘s work deals in mutilation and disfigurement, sadistic or oblivious violence, the alienation of modernity and a total disregard for human life. (I know. It doesn’t sound funny, but trust me.) Cornellà‘s aesthetic runs completely counterintuitive to his themes—his colors are lovely and soothing, and his human figures are glassy-eyed and friendly, as if they walked out of a children’s cartoon. Uncomfortable laughter aside, these beautiful little comics really bear the mark of Cornellà‘s fine arts training. Philipp Weber. The British Library. Each Week, Two Anonymous Students Named Dangerdust Create This Amazing Chalkboard Art. At the Columbus College of Art and Design, two rogue college students are creating quite a stir… but not by any normal means.
They aren’t cheating or stealing, they are causing a creative riot. The anonymous duo, who go by the name Dangerdust, sneak into a classroom each week and create a masterpiece out of nothing but chalk. The pair are both seniors in Advertising & Graphic Design, and they are probably busy with a larger than life course-load, but they still remain passionate about their weekly chalk art. These two create some of the most beautiful (and inspiring) art you’ll ever see. On Sunday or Monday nights, the magic happens. The pair selects a vacant classroom. Vivid Illustrations Depict Dynamic Scenes of Nature and East Asian Mythology. (It wasn’t meant to end like this), Peteski. ABOUT ARCHIVE FOLLOW Facebook Twitter Instagram Google+ Ads Via The Deck It wasn’t meant to end like this share it walter molino neat-stuff-blog.blogspot.com 1,005 notes.
Artist Discovers the Beauty of Life Emerging from Visual Chaos. Canadian artist Glen Ronald has the incredible ability of finding beauty in visual chaos.
Looking beyond crackled paint and frenetic ink splatters, his popular Instagram shows him transforming unruly media into portraits of people and animals. Faces, fur, snouts, and beaks are created by drawing into these drips, and they produce the illusion that they’re somehow emerging from the abstract forms. By working on top of the splatters—using materials like fine-tipped pens, markers, and pencils—Ronald creates dramatic compositions.
This process could be compared to finding a diamond in the rough, as he’s able to take uncontrollable-looking elements and refine them into exquisite works of art. What was once chaotic now has cohesion and a greater meaning. Erenarik's DeviantArt gallery. Danijel Cecelja. Behance. Illustration, Painting, Commissions. How meditation inspired the art of John Harris. John Harris was part of the 1970s art explosion in London that saw a number of visionary artists change the way people thought of all things fantastical.
We speak to him about meeting Arthur C Clarke, mindfulness, and the importance of throwing the cat out of the studio. Subscription offer What painting changed everything for you? I can't remember any one epiphany regarding a painting until long after I left art college. I just grew into being an artist really. Sketching & Drawing & Painting Software. Hypnotizing Animated Gifs by Nicolas Fong.
12 High Resolution Shattered Glass Photoshop Brushes. Brushes January 21, 2015 Good day, creatives!
It’s been a while since the YTD team was able to put out new design freebie out there. So today we are showcasing a set of free, high-quality Photoshop brushes to kick-start our series of design freebies this year. This particular set of brush consists of 12 high-resolution shattered glass brushes that are very useful and easy to customize. You can play with the opacity, blending modes, and even mask out other parts of the brushes to suit your preferences. Hit the download button to access this awesome set of brushes. Type treatment using the shattered glass photoshop brushes created by Patrick Ellasos Check out other free Photoshop brushes Tell us your thoughts and suggestions in the comment box below.
The Paintings of Jacek Yerka. The Natural and Urban Collide in the Drawings of Pat Perry. A peek inside the sketchbooks of Michigan based artist and illustrator Pat Perry reveals a fascinating world where the natural world seems on a direct collision course with the urban. Silhouettes of people and wildlife are filled with rich, textured stories that seem to be representative of dreamlike memories. The detail in Perry’s work is undeniably amazing, even the images above don’t quite do it justice, spend some time scrolling (horizontally) through his sketchbook blog to see what I’m talking about. I recommend following Perry on Flickr, Facebook or via his blog, and he has numerous reasonably priced prints available in his store including may of the works above. Incredible New Sketchbook Illustrations from Mattias Adolfsson.
Within the sketchbooks of Swedish artist Mattias Adolfsson (previously), strange comic book robots are seen running amok, fantastic steampunk-esque machines sputter to life, and airplane pilots find themselves facing interfaces encumbered with thousands of switches, dials, and tubes. It’s a world that is absurdly complex and meticulously drawn using only a finely controlled pen and a few brushstrokes of color.
Above are just a few of my favorites among Adolfsson’s prolific outpouring of work which you can follow on Flickr and Behance. Animals Drawn with Moiré Patterns. This beautiful series of animal illustrations by Milan-based designer Andrea Minini began as a design experiment to obtain complex shapes and depth starting with just a few lines. Using Adobe Illustrator, Minini created textured moiré patterns that give each illustration a surprising intensity. Dreamy Black and White Watercolors by Artist Elicia Edijanto. There’s an innate relationship between children and the animal kingdom.
Our children sing songs about animals, the have toy animals, they have books about animals and they dream about animals. Capturing this unique connection is Indonesian artist Elicia Edijanto, who depicts small, vulnerable children alongside creatures of the wild like elephants, wolves and bears. The Deep End: A Jaw-Dropping Animation Drawn by Hand with Ink, White-out, and Coffee by Jake Fried. Www.pinturascobalto.com/cs/Satellite?blobkey=id&blobwhere=1301297689053&blobheader=application%2Fpdf&blobheadername1=Content-Disposition&blobheadervalue1=inline%3B+filename%3Dconversion-pantone-ncs.pdf&blobcol=urldocument&blobtable=UXDocument.
Step into the dark fantasy worlds of artist Nicolas Delort. It all started with Dragon Ball Z. When he was young, Nicolas Delort's friends were watching the anime and collecting the cards, but he fell in love with the black-and-white manga that inspired it all. Paint like a pro with free digital art software. These mind-bending sketches stay with you.
English artist Miles Johnston is a largely self-taught illustrator who recently moved to Sweden to study at an atelier. Sexy illustrations by Kelly Thompson. Vector Concert, Vector Art, Concert Stock Vector : Vectoriel.com. Green Honey. Language represents our view of the world, and knowing its limits helps us understand how our perception works. I used the data from Wikipedia’s “Color” entry for different languages. My assumption was: "Different languages have different ways to describe color.” The Works of Shanghai's Mojo Wang. Our favorite pieces from the Shanghai, China-based Mojo Wang are the ones that do not feature faces. Amazing Realistic Ballpoint Drawings. Wiesław Wałkuski. Marcos Santos on Talenthouse. More Adorable Animal Logos Cleverly Created With Negative Space.
Online portfolio. Mattias Adolfsson’s Manically Detailed Sketches and Doodles. Writer Creates “Color Thesaurus” To Help You Correctly Name Any Color Imaginable. Ingrid Sundberg, a writer and children’s book illustrator, created a very useful infographic chart for anyone struggling with color names. The writer says that she loves to collect words that can help give her stories variety and depth.
From the New World: A Sprawling Digital Collage of a Dystopian Future by Yang Yongliang. From the New World, 13′ x 26′ (400cm x 800cm), Epson Ultragiclee print on Epson fine art paper From the New World, detail. The Mythical Beasts of Painter and Street Artist Curiot. These Witty 'Uninspiring Posters' About Life's Lows May Make You Feel Blue. The Work of Thibault Meunier. Design for Architecture: Cobode Brand Mark - Logo Designer. Photos and drawings, art and creative advertising. Anaelle Clot Illustration. 48 illustrators to follow on Behance. Photos from the Setouchi International Art Festival by Kurt Gledhill. Urban Cityscapes Emerge from Haphazard Brushstrokes. A New Illustration of Hybrid Beasts and Imaginary Creatures by Imarginal. Gorgeous Pen and Ink Wildlife by Si Scott. Designer Alexandra Khitrova Discovers a New Career through Her Stunning Fantasy Concept Art.
Alexey Menschikov. The Cool Hunter - Welcome. You'll love these beautiful vector animal logos.