My husband Rick started out making lunch notes on index cards for our son Cameron in Kindergarten, each one with a unique illustration and message of love. He continued this tradition, every day, every school year, spending a little time each...
I draw these on coffee breaks at work and at commercials breaks on the couch... Blueberry-like tiny fruits of keeping my tools at arms reach all the time.
I travel to distance myself from the anxieties of my own familiar landscape. My sketchbook is my most reliable companion during travels; sketching allows me to transcend to ‘another place’ and internalizes my experiences.
Kerby Rosanes, the doodle master from the Phillipines, is back with new amazingly detailed drawings. Though we wrote about him a few months ago, he didn‘t waste any time creating more extraordinary pieces, which he insists on calling doodles.
Artist Joao Carvalho, a.k.a. J Desenhos, draws notebook pages, which might seem boring until you see how he manages to twist and turn these notebook pages into amazing 3D drawings. And he's only 15 years old! Carvalho bends the blue “notebook...
Have you ever wondered what you might look like as a cartoon character? If so, American artist Rober DeJesus has got you covered – he turns stranger's photos into anime versions of themselves. DeJesus accepts email requests from anyone, so, for...
Fiona Tang, a talented artist from Vancouver, has created an awesome series of dark creatures that, despite their grim and ethereal composition, nonetheless seem ready to leap off of the page at you.
Tang, who is a student at Emily Carr University...
Grace Ciao, a 22-year-old student from Singapore, uses a clever and original way to draw her fashion design illustrations. Instead of ink, watercolours, pencils, or fabric, she uses real flower petals. Not only do they serve as substitutes for lines and...
Do you remember those imaginative doodles you used to make in your high school notebook? Maybe you still make them. But Phillipine-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes creates doodles (as he calls them) that are probably several orders of magnitude greater than any...
Swedish artist Thomas Broome presents a series of sketches called "Modern Mantra", where objects in the rooms are made out of the names of the objects themselves.