Illustrations by Rovina Cai

Illustration // Monday, November 24, 2014
Rovina Cai is an illustrator from Melbourne, Australia who loves making illustrations that evoke a sense of intrigue; images that make you linger, hungry to know the story behind it. Her work is often inspired by the past; from myths and fairy tales to gothic novels, these storeis resonate with her because they bring a little bit of magic and wonder to the present day.

Sketches from Anton Vill

Illustration // Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Some of the greatest creative finds are in an artist's sketchbook. Estonian artist Anton Vill demonstrates technical talent and a certain effortlessness in these works. There is nothing like a detailed drawing...

Ellie Andrews’ Modernist Illustrations

Illustration // Monday, November 17, 2014
Ellie Andrews is an illustrator based in South East London. Her clients include heavies like Nike and The New York Times, and her cheery aesthetic is reminiscent of art we love, like Andy Rementer illustrations and California Modernism, but with a style that is distinctly her own.

SOPPY, a New Book by Illustrator Phillipa Rice

Illustration // Monday, November 17, 2014
British illustrator and artist Phillipa Rice is beloved for her adorable web comics, My Cardboard Life and SOPPY, as well as cheeky gif animations and other fun projects. SOPPY is soon to be published as a book, which is detailed on her publisher’s web site, “The wildly popular web comic SOPPY--with more than half a million notes on Tumblr--is the illustrated love story of author Philippa Rice and her real-life boyfriend...

Leire Salaberria’s Illustrations are Not Just for Kids

Illustration // Monday, November 17, 2014
Spanish illustrator Leire Salaberria focuses on children’s book illustration, but her sweet, narrative imagery appeals to kids of all ages. Mythology and mystery come into play, and if you look closely, there’s a little subversion here and there. Don’t tell the children.

Kustaa Saksi's Fantastical Worlds

Illustration // Thursday, November 13, 2014
Finnish born illustrator Kustaa Saksi builds fantastical worlds of playful, paradoxical, and troubling yet inviting shapes, environments and psychedelic atmospheres. Combining organic qualities with uniquely detailed textures with energetic color palettes.

Jacky Tsai's Floral Skulls

Illustration // Thursday, November 13, 2014
Best known as the creator of the iconic floral skull image made for late British fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s Spring/Summer 2008 Menswear collection, Jacky Tsai combines traditional Chinese painting techniques and references with western Pop Art styles. 

David Cristobol's Wood People

Illustration // Monday, November 10, 2014
David Cristobal is a young artist born and raised in Spain who graduated from the School of Art in Madrid and continues his artistic journey in the city of Milan, where he has gained an intensely personal style. His most recent exhibition of graphite illustrations was a series of images influenced by the sounds, words and music of contemporary artists who, somehow, were an integral part of his life.

Drawings by Frank Magnotta

Illustration // Monday, November 10, 2014
Impressive and detailed pencil drawings by the New York (Brooklyn) based artist and designer Frank Magnotta. Magnotta creates intricate new worlds in pencil. Frank mixes all sorts of cultural icons and influences into his gray scale pieces, he blend them in through typography and perfectly executed perspective.

Nadezhda Illarionova's Dark Fairy Tales

Illustration // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Nadezhda Illarionova is a Russian graphic artist and illustrator. Her whimsical illustrations, with nude nymph harpists and a cathedral filled with grisaille human-swan hybrids, seem as if they are pulled right from children's stories. But with dark, earthy palettes and faces that range from surprised to devious, we suspect these images telling the Grimm not Disney versions.
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