In the "Chess Project", I have used the chess pieces to attempt to explain my society. I used the stereotype of king, soldier, and castle to explain the power cartels in my society and the world.
In this series, the audience...
A Drawing Meditation is not your average work of art. Each piece begins with a specific theme, however, the end product is unknown and materializes as the "meditation" ensues. My work is based upon a moment-to-moment concentration of each form and...
This wordart drawing was created by a genius artist Michael Volpicelli. It features a loving gay couple with a message worth knowing.
One of the gentlemen, Nazim Mahmoud, took his own life after his parents chose not to accept him and his...
I am a London based Lithuanian graphic designer, photographer and illustrator Ieva Blaževičiūtė (jyudeidei). Celebrating melancholy, grumpiness and miracles, I started the Gloomy Business.
It is a collection of dreamy monochrome photographs with hand-drawn creatures living their little lives right next to...
The Girl Who Didn't Know How To Be is an unique picture book about neurodiversity and what it means to be different in this world. I was working on it and feel extremely passionate about the whole project. I really want...
I'm really enjoying the use of structure by Poland-based architect Maja Wrońska, who has captured some lovely scenes from around the world.
I'm Heather Lovelace, a freelance graphic designer from Pittsburgh. I have been drawing more and more lately, so I've decided to spend more time doing portraits.
I do commissioned portrait drawings for your dogs, cats and any other pets.
Lithuanian artist Vytas Neviera challenged himself to draw one image per day for the entire year. The aim is to improve his drawing skills and explore the unique style of linear drawings.
Vytas is mostly inspired by nature and people, but he...
Alice K. Klatt
I take photos of what I see around me and create my little world by combining drawings and photos with photoshop.
I make Japanese style drawings using ink and a quill. They were inspired by the Japanese Edo-period artist Katsushika Hokusai ('The Great Wave off Kanagawa').
The first time I saw his work, was in a museum exhibition in Berlin and I've...