Bénédicte Lacroix is a graphic artist and she works as a retoucher. She curates a Tumblr blog entitled “Voyages dans le temps”. Celebrities are morphed and integrated into paintings. Enjoy!
I am Pieter van den Heuvel and I work as a freelance creator and a copywriter. In my spare time I'm also an illustrator.
Ever since I read Tim Burton's short stories and Shaun Tan's beautiful works I've been writing and illustrating...
Pieter van den Heuvel
I like to draw cute and silly things. This is a project I've been working on for a while now. I call it 'Monster Issues'. It's about monsters and their feelings.
You will most likely identify a large proportion of these hilarious graphs that reveal the truths of this weird world we live in.
In this project ‘Paris’ stands for the B&W film photographs. These real photos were taken in a real city.
This interesting project had become challenging the moment I decided to bring still images to life. At first they were supposed to be...
We are Punny Pixels - the brainchild of a designer and a writer. Notoriously famous amongst our friends for having a pun for every situation, we instantly hit it off when we met each other in the advertising industry. You could...
Santa obviously has a lot of time on his hands between Christmases. This year, Expedia, along with Verve Search, have imagined what it would be like if the big man packed up his sleigh and flew down to Hollywood and spent...
Stian A. Norheim
I’ve recently created a series of illustrations called HIPSTORY - the iconic leaders of our times seen as modern-day hipsters. HIPSTORY wishes to reimagine the great leaders of modern history and place them in a different time and culture - ours.
London-based illustrator Marija Tiurina has released a brand new collection for NeonMob. Art Snacks reimagines delicious foods like cupcakes, sushi, burgers, and popsicles as adorable animals.
I started creating Cartoon Bombings during some holidays. I had a notebook, and started a travel diary but I quickly got bored just drawing landscapes, so I started adding things on top of them, stories I could imagine from the landscape...