Animal Problems is a continually growing illustration series by Geoffrey Hewer-Candee. These problems are recognizable from human society, but recontextualized for animals. They cover a range of things from commenting of social issues to just being goofy.
I created an illustration series inspired by the Disney Princesses. This is my vision of how they would look like if they were humanised animals.
I’ve created Woof Models - a series of illustrations and custom portraits that are centered around dogs and each dog is brought to life wearing an outfit that best suits their personality. A hyperactive French Bulldog wears his Norse Projects hipster...
I drew these animals over several years, creating new alphabet posters as new animals, like the almiqui, were discovered by scientists, or I found exotic and obscure animals to fill the most difficult letters, like N, Q and X.
So I've been doing some portraits of people's pets, but with a bit of a twist.
Instead of just focusing on what the critter looks like, I try to capture who they are, their quirks, habits, the side of them only...
One comic illustrator, who goes by the name of Tango on his Tumblr, creates these beautifully silly illustrations depicting various animals on their unusual adventures and everyday encounters.
Javier Perez, a clever artist in Ecuador, is back with more simple but brilliant drawings that incorporate everyday objects – but this time, those everyday objects are his fingers.
Talented artist Karla Mialynne isn't content with simply sharing her stunning hyper-realistic art with her 44,000 Instagram followers – she posts these images together with the artistic utensils she used to create these pieces, as if to prove that these are...
Olivia Lipartia has created over a dozen of illustrations that feature proverbs. Those are created for family business Lucky Laika that sells all kind of products with those illustations. The first picture with the bunny was so popular that soon enough...