illustration

Harriet Seed

These brilliant hand-drawn illustrations of Ancient Greek pottery are by Brighton-based Harriet Seed and each illustration is authentically detailed with its own story. Harriet…

Boris Bućan

This morning we take a look at the work of Croatian artist Boris Bućan. Boris may not very well known outside of his native…

Mati Klarwein

What a way to wake up on this sunny Northern California morning… nothing says sunshine like some Hamburg, Germany-born psychedelia by Mati Klarwein. From…

Joel Rea

This morning we take a look at the work of Queensland, Australia-based artist Joel Rea. Joel is the winner of the 2011 Gold Coast…

Ryo Takemasa

On a recent trip to London, Ryo Takemasa decided to draw what he encountered and in his version of the capital everyone is grinning,…

Si Scott

Manchester-based designer and illustrator Si Scott is known for his energetic and flowing style of illustration that has graced the packaging and advertising for…

Jeremy Miranda

Artist Jeremy Miranda lives and works in Salem, Massachusetts where he works with acrylic paint to create images influenced by nature, technology, and memory….

Thomas Lamadieu

For anyone who has lived or visited a narrow courtyard wrapped in buildings it can sometimes be a claustrophobic space with the sky limited…

Lubok Verlag

We’ve not heard much from Lubok Verlag in a while. When you’re in the business of producing handmade books fashioned entirely from linocut pages…

Micah Lidberg

It’s proof of Micah Lidberg’s inimitable greatness that he can just swan in amongst the crowds of other illustrators pushing triangles, squiggles, palm trees…

Nathan James

Like a surreal trip into a tripping F.Scott Fitzgerald’s head, or a peek into a young George Condo’s sketchbooks, London-based artist Nathan James’ new…

Michelle Devereux

Surfing is pretty cool, but swap the board for a pizza and it becomes awesome. These colored pencil drawings mixed with airbrush are works…

Ken Price

We find it very depressing indeed when we come across an artist whose work captivates us completely only to find they’ve recently passed away….

Andrés Lozano

Picture this – the film Se7en is coming to a close and Morgan Freeman is beginning to open a mystery box… and out pops a cake!…

Katty Maurey

At first glance you may think that these lovely brushstrokes were the work of a rather twee illustrator, but spend a while with Montreal’s…

Sam D’Orazio

Illustrator Sam D’Orazio is to gouache what Robert Crumb is to pen and ink; a surreal, perverse creator of strange landscapes populated by grotesque…

Noa Snir

We’ve got nothing but respect for young creatives who try to reshape the world in their own image; maybe improving it a little along…

Anton Van Hertbruggen

We’re over the moon to have discovered Anton Van Hertbruggen. Whether illustrating adventures with giraffes in tents or star gazing in suburbia, Anton uses…

Maurice Sendak

My Brother’s Book, Maurice Sendak’s posthumously published last work, appears 50 years after Where the Wild Things Are. Through poetry and watercolours it tells…

Brecht Vandenbroucke

Finding out Brecht had uploaded more work on to his Flickr was the internet equivalent of finding out there’s extra gravy and potatoes after…