James Hance is an American illustrator based in Florida. In a series of illustration entitled Wookie the Chew he chose to draw the Star Wars characters as they were a part of the band of Winnie the Pooh and friends.
We continue to be enthralled by the work of Chloe Giordano (previously here and here ) who produces everything from tiny coin-sized depictions of woodland creatures to entire book covers typography and all.
Architecture student Adelina Gareeva drafts her work by hand, creating extremely detailed architectural portraits by putting pencil to paper rather than stylus to tablet.
N8 Van Dyke is a full time art making machine who manipulates any medium to his will, with sheer raw illustrative skill. He has provided his talents for the likes of Burton Snowboards, XBox, PlayStation, various rock bands etc.
Andi Soto is a self-taught illustrator based out of Panama, who is inspired by human anatomy and emotions, combined with complex line arts and soft yet brutal botanical and zoology studies.
Ben Tolman is an illustrator based in Washington DC who already exhibited his work at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, among others. After spending some time in Bosnia, he began to create drawings with black ink that aim to describe the urban atmosphere of the city of Sarajevo, in a project titled The Sarajevo Drawings .
Discover below a selection of sketches and drawings created by the Australian illustrator Jesse Chen, aka Jyxchen . Portraits of men and women made with basic outlines, that nevertheless convey the great technical mastery of their author.
Deuterror is an impressive creation of the Belgian artist Nicolas Crombez , which is maybe the biggest digital drawing created to date. A dark and powerful work that mixes 3D and 2D, and that you can discover in its entirety here .
With Sandscript , the Thinkgeek store has launched a gadget that will allow you to control the movements of a metal ball to automatically create fascinating geometric shapes.
With charcoal, the Dutch illustrator Levi van Veluw gives life to scenes that all have a common feature: a geometric aspect. The walls, the cobblestones, the tiles and other types of materials follow each other, causing a loss of bearings.
Every day, the Brazilian illustrator Lucas Levitan draws his inspiration from common situations, little moments of the daily life. After getting photographs of this type of scenes, he then draws little characters that invite themselves and revisit the initial situation with a good touch of humor.
Dutch artist Parra started his career in the 90 drawing flyers for Amsterdam fancy places. Now renowned, he made different kind of streetwear products and already worked with Nike.
The artist Faig Ahmed , who had fascinated us with his deconstructed Azerbaijani carpets is back with new artworks. He keeps to deconstruct, draw out, color and transform this persan carpet.
“With a creative concept based primarily on human representation, I try to tell stories through a minimalist and subtle vision. My current work is focuses on a simple but realistic drawing and worked in an impressionist technique, complex and very accurate as pointillism or stippling art.