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If Pokemon Were Drawn by Tim Burton

If Pokemon Were Drawn by Tim Burton

It is Not Escher’s Hands South African artist Jono Dry makes a beautiful tribute to M.C. Escher, by drawing his own hand and his mother’s in this art piece titled “Creation.” His other detailed work includes eye studies and a water splash named Fibonacci (a mathematical sequence), which the latter took 280 hours to illustrate in a 5 month period. Artwork © Jono Dry Whimsical Illustrations Merge with Everyday Objects Instagram continues to pave the way for innovative artists like graphic designer Javier Pérez, who regularly adds to his playful series entitled Instagram Experiments. Using a variety of everyday objects combined with simple line drawings, the Ecuador-based artist constructs whimsical scenes in all shapes and sizes. From a still life of lungs to adventures in spaghetti rain, Pérez finds ways to bring life to all kinds of static objects. Javier Pérez's website via [Colossal]

Iain Macarthur Artist Bio Born in 1986 in Swindon, England. Became a fanatic of art at the age of eight in which I was introduced to art through watching a lot of cartoon shows and comic books. When I got older I diverted from anime drawings to realistic figures and faces, always striving to make them more detailed and photorealistic. I’ve looked at a lot of artists and illustrators throughout the years, all with different styles and different medias. In 2008, I graduated from Swindon college in HND illustration and hopefully will progress in studying in BA illustration somtime in the future. My work is described as surreal and unique in its own way. Iain Macarthur’s Blog Iain Macarthur on Behance Iain Macarthur on Carbonmade

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