Hello everyone, I wanted to share a series I illustrated called “sometimes” a series of personal scenarios that I’ve been working on and yet still feel vulnerable expressing. I’ve been sketching these out for months and now I finally have them feeling right to share.Continue reading I Illustrated A Series On Mental Health (9 Pics)
Alex Solis is an illustrator and 3D sculptor who likes to show famous pop culture characters from a different perspective. In his series titled Unpopular Culture, the artist reimagines some of our favorite characters in the most unexpected situations, and some of his illustrations might change the way you look at them forever.
In a recent interview with Bored Panda, Alex said that in this series, he’s exploring pop culture icons in a alternate reality that reflects our current society. “I hope to help people see things from a new perspective, or at the very least, enjoy nostalgic feelings and a good laugh to brighten their day,” says the artist.Continue reading 20 Disturbing Comics Showing The Unseen Side Of Popular Characters
Many of us hardly think about the room itself when going to the bathroom – we usually just do what needs to be done, wash our hands and go on our way. But here’s the thing: bathrooms didn’t always have the same toilet, sink, and shower (or bathtub) combo they do now. In fact, bathroom designs changed quite dramatically over the last 500 years – and UK company QS Supplies wanted to show people how and why these changes happened.Continue reading 6 Illustrations Showing How Bathroom Designs Changed Every 100 Years Since 1520
Adding one and one doesn’t always equal two. Sometimes the thing becomes less than two, and other times it is much more than just two. In other words, sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The latter case is true to Hakan Adik, who adds motifs of famous paintings and popular characters to create his own unique style of tattoos.Continue reading 30 Detailed Tattoos Of Paintings And Popular Characters By Hakan Adik
Sonia Alins is an artist and illustrator, who creates, among others, three-dimensional pieces. Mar interior (Inner Sea), one of her solo exhibitions displayed at Échale Guindas Art Gallery Madrid, Spain, is a selection of artworks with which she discovers the “the lushest, brightest, most colorful side of her Dones d’Aigua (Water Women) series”. In it, we can admire characters, more specifically women, submerged in see-through yet blurry water. Her pieces have a poetic and narrative aspect, which is conducive to stimulate the imagination of the viewer.Continue reading Poetic Illustrations of Women Submerged In Water
Nadia Valavani is the self-taught illustrator behind “Old Brown Shoes Story”. Her colorful drawings are pictural representations of characters in different daily life situations, made in the recognizable artist’s style. You can then see a woman sitting in a bar by a window, in the middle of her room, or talking with other people. Sometimes, the artist also uses words or sentences in her pieces. By seeing these characters, the viewer wonders what is the story that goes with it, what is he/she thinking, what is he/she talking about in these sweet backgrounds? It is time to interpret and let the imagination works.closevolume_off
More to see and discover on her Instagram account.Continue reading Illustrations about Daily Life by Nadia Valavani
A year ago, we were already talking to you about ICS D, artistic director based in Romania who translates international news into graphic illustration every week. If the Covid-19 pandemic since is everywhere in newspapers and TV shows, the artist has decided to embrace the opposite of this gloomy media coverage so as to highlight good news, which are sometimes difficult to illustrate with pictures, or at which newspaper only give a few lines. Back to the news of those recent months, through the joyful and colorful graphic illustrations of ICS D.Continue reading Illustrations of Good News Around the World
I thought I have seen enough witty and quirky illustrations. However, the actually is that is just my assumption. While, the fact is I can always stumble upon something new and creative. Hence, I am really grateful for those artists who keep expanding my vision and providing me the new perspective of the world.
Like Malaga-based animator and 3D illustrator Nacho Diaz Arjona (also known on his social media platforms as Naolito), he uses his clever and quirky illustrations brought us some new ideas as well as cool understanding.Continue reading Witty and Quirky Illustrations by Nacho Diaz Arjona
Majéon is an artist from Montpellier, in the south of France. Her artistic work revolves around women and highlights the place they hold in our society. They are present in her creations since the beginning. Through the characters she depicts, she talks about the women who “helps us to grow up, the ones who change our lives and leave it a trace”. To do this, the artist uses black, white, and gold, which she arranges in a graphic and harmonious way. “The black and white that I use mainly allow me to create shadows and reliefs to emphasize this sensuality”, she explains. As a childcare nurse, Majéon accompanies mothers in important moments of their lives in the intimacy of their families. “I am sensitive to family ties and to those that are forged throughout life.”, she adds. A profession that creates moments that explain the sweetness of some of her works.Continue reading Awesome Illustrations About Women
These are some ink illustrations that represent different emotional states I experience while in lockdown. Millions of people went through similar states but I hope we all came into 2021 with a more resilient mindset, as is represented by the last illustration.Continue reading My 10 Illustrations That Express Different Emotional States In Lockdown