The Minions are the most unlikely style icon to come out of 2015. Nevertheless, with a collaboration with Selfridges and luxury designers under their belt, these little yellow creatures have taken the fashion world by storm.
So STYLIGHT decided give the fashion...
I created daily life stories of food and drinks with my imagination.
How does your daily life look like? Maybe you have something similar with some of them?
My name is Roger Phillips and I am the artist behind a comic strip called "The Gray Zone!" As the name suggests, the comic follows the adventures of the little extraterrestrial "gray" guys. I have been drawing the strip...
Back in 2012, I created an Abstract Phoenix illustration and it was a great feeling! Since then, I have yearned to create colorful abstract animal artworks.
Till now, I have added to the series the Abstract Peacock, Abstract Elephant and Abstract...
This image is painted with watercolor. It is a unicorn that hangs on balloons and pills falling all around from sky.
My name is David and I come from Macedonia (a small country in Balkans). I am an artist who draws crazy, cute, funny and geeky characters.
I made this photo invasion because I wanted to do something different with my illustrations.
Yoga is in everything. It’s a way of life. Seeing that we already do so much of accidental yoga, try and see if you can incorporate a bit of intentional yoga in your daily routine!
Illustrations - Garima Shukla
Content - Arunlekha Sengupta
Alex Solis is a Chicago-based graphic designer and illustrator . In this series he uses ordinary things you’d find lying around your house to create humorous illustrations.
From USB drive to foods, coins to smart phones Alex Solis has great sense of...
If you've ever wondered what Disney's princes might have looked like in real life, Jirka Väätäinen, a Finnish artist and designer in Melbourne, has answered that question definitively with his series of real-life Disney prince illustrations. They don't call him 'prince...
Everyone lies every day. One study came to a conclusion that acquaintances and strangers lie to each other at the rate of about three times in a ten-minute conversation. It was also concluded by several studies that most of us receive...