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  • 10 Fantastic Christmas Graffiti

    By Stefy on December 23, 2014
    It’s the most wonderful time of the year and we are preparing to celebrate it in less than two days. What better way to spread the Christmas joy than throughout urban art ? Graffiti has become a renown form of expression. Legalization offers the urban artists a chance to spread their joyful messages over entire murals, especially during holidays. In the […]
  • Awesome 3D illustrations by James Shepherd

    By Barkone on December 23, 2014
    3D illustrations by James Shepherd Living in a crazy society, James Shepherd vividly describes how he sees the world with the help of his illustrations. James is a freelance commercial illustrator from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He worked with multiple tools of digital drawing, but the most important element used in his illustrations are the 3d elements. I think that without  those 3d elements […]
  • John Holcroft – Illustration Artist

    By Stefy on December 19, 2014
    John Holcroft is renown for his satirical illustrations.  His work shows the flaws in our society, emphasizing the cruel reality. While we all live in a century characterized by speed and technology, John Holcroft decided to show us the reality. As he says, we have become greedy and we seem to forget noble values, like kindness and sincerity.  This lack […]
  • American sign language alphabet illustrated by Alex Solis

    By Oana on December 19, 2014
    Among my first posts here on the blog were about Alex Solis. Back then, I did not know who were the best illustrators or how to choose a good one. I did not know how to categorize a style or what the trends were. Maybe not much changed since then, but even back then as well as now, I knew […]
  • Thomas Burns, Designer of the day

    By Oana on December 16, 2014
    Thomas Burns‘ illustrations are fun, whimsical and thought provoking. His unique digital technique results in vibrant and richly detailed pieces that still boast a very hand-made quality. His areas of expertise include editorial illustration, advertising, children’s books, children’s products, and packaging. He is creative, easy to work with, and versatile enough to meet the needs of any client or project. […]
  • T-shirts inspired by Banksy’s art

    By Stefy on December 15, 2014
      “If you want to achieve greatness stop asking for permission”.  This is one of the satirical epigrams that Banksy left for the whole world to see. With his unique stenciling technique, the English artist managed to take control of public spaces and make the streets his own. His art created a phenomenon that has been featured on streets, walls, and […]
  • Creepy’n’cute world by Megan Majewski

    By Barkone on December 13, 2014
    Creepy’n’cute world by Megan Majewski I’m not sure, but I think I just fell in love. A creepy art world has done that. Well, there is this artist called Megan Majewski which has an amazing portfolio. How she says, is a cute’n’creepy artist. What is amazing awiththis artist is her ability to transform ugly things into art, which is more […]
  • Sugar SpongeBob by Steve Simpson Illustrator

    By Barkone on December 12, 2014
    Steve Simpson Illustrator Fresh thinking, traditional skills and a dose of fun are the main ingredients for the illustrator of the day. Steve Simpson is a graphic designer, typography illustrator and an amazing artist. With many prizes, Steve Simpson is different. He doesn’t like that standard view of art. To be more explicit, he loves to create new styles, to […]
  • Urban Street Art by Smates

    By Stefy on November 25, 2014
    What do you have in mind when you hear the phrase ”urban street art” ? I think of graffiti which has become more and more popular nowadays. Well, whether you love it or hate it, a thing is certain : street art is constantly pushing the boundaries in order to create something that will last forever. Even if there are […]
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