Drawings by Kim Jung Gi

Illustration // Thursday, November 19, 2015
Kim Jung Gi is a South Korean artist known for his detailed drawings made without photographic reference.

Jason Harvey @ Fort Gansevoort NYC

Illustration // Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Forensic artist Jason Harvey's exhibition of "fantasy composites."

Jieun Park's Brushstrokes

Illustration // Monday, November 16, 2015
This collection of work from Korean artist Jieun Park seamlessly blends cityscape imagery with asian inspired brushstrokes.

Guo Fengyi’s Mystic Visions

Illustration // Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Self-trained artist Guo Fengyi drew based on her spiritual visions.

Illustrations by Ellen van Engelen

Illustration // Friday, October 30, 2015
The Belgian artist creates work in the vein of late 1960s Beach Boys' album cover art.

The LB Project Presents: Jacob Ovgren

Illustration // Thursday, October 29, 2015
The LB Project, an american art project through skateboarding, was created to bring photographers and artists together to support Harold Hunter Foundation. The project gathers photographer's photos which are then printed on a set of 5 skateboards for the to artists paint on.

Watch: Stefan Pabst's 3D Drawings

Illustration // Monday, October 26, 2015
Watch some of artist Stefan Pabst's best 3D drawing videos in this compliation put together by Booooooom! 

Yung Jake’s Celebrity Portraits Painted with Emojis

Illustration // Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Emojis, fast becoming a language of their own, can now easily be used for painting through the website emoji.ink. Using this site, rapper Yung Jake has created a series of stunning (or perhaps eerily uncanny) portraits of celebrities on his tumblr. The portraits have garnered some press because they’re so accurate, but the rapper says little about his motivations. His favorite piece: Young Thug.

Say No to Soft Drugs: Drawings by Ermsy

Illustration // Monday, October 19, 2015
Exploring pop culture references from bootleg t-shirts to international comic art, artist Ermsy shows the imaginary unconscious of cartoon characters. He has created a unique and highly personal universe for us to explore, in which dreams and the unconscious mind blur with comic book reality.

Illustrations by Benze

Illustration // Monday, October 12, 2015
"My current artworks are the result of a "distillation" process from the traditional oil painting to the black and white graphic. The tattooed looking components are very important parts of my drawings because they continuously open up new interpretations of the image..."
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