Illustration

365 Days of Prince Illustrations are now Tribute to the Music Icon

Rebekah Major, an artist from Rhode Island who illustrated Prince every day for a year says the project will now serve as a tribute to the music icon. She began the project  “365 Days of Prince” in March 2015 to improve as an artist. She drew the pop music superstar in “every ridiculous way” she could think of once a day. She was inspired by moments within the last year of the musician’s life, current events and more. 365 Days of Prince is a online publication in which a new pen and ink illustration depicting the musician Prince is published daily. …

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Trash Wheels – They’re Wheely gross! But still Adorable

This is a series of illustrations done for the packaging of “Trash Wheels”, funny cars to collect, which fits in nicely with the rest of the “Trash Pack”, from Moose Toys in Australia. The 2D painting is done by Oscar Ramos He was responsible for making the “render” (2D painting as always) of the drawings that sent to him from Moose. He had a fabulous time working with the talented artists and loved the art direction of Moose Toys. Done in Photoshop.   Lovely right? But at first glance its really gross. Share your insight, leave a comment below

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Creative Cloud Mosaic Done by Amazing artists around the world

For the 2014 release of Creative Cloud, Adobe is celebrating creativity by bringing together amazing artists from around the world to remix the Creative Cloud logo into a collaborative mosaic. View the full and updated collection HERE

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Humorous Illustration by Nabhan Abdullatif

An Omani graphic artist and illustrator, mainly into conceptual illustration and vector art with over 12 years of experience in the field. All of his illustrations are done using Adobe Illustrator. Nabhan produces illustrations which have some pretty amusing puns using common phrases and objects. Not only are the puns good, but the illustrations themselves are fantastic. They all have a very neat minimalistic vector style with only a handful of colours used in each illustration. For more of his art works, you can follow him on, Twitter: https://twitter.com/nabhan_a_latif Instagram: http://instagram.com/nabhan_illustrations Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/art4nabs/ tumblr: http://nabhanabdullatif.tumblr.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nabhan-Abdullatif

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36 Days of Type by Shiffa

36 Days of Type is a project of Rafa Goicoechea. The aim: design 26 letters and 10 numbers, one per day. It’s a collaborative project where anyone can participate and join it in any moment and while the edition lasts. 36 Days of Type of restless creativity, in which participants are challenged to design a letter or number for each day, resulting in an overall view about the ability to represent the same sign from different perspectives.” 36 days, 36 Types, 36 ideas, 36 different styles. And here is Shiffa’s  36 Days of Type.

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Surreal Artworks of Mario S. Nevado

Mario Sánchez Nevado is an independent Art Director and Illustrator. He was born in Barcelona, risen in Murcia and currently live on the Spanish capital, Madrid. Mario have got more than a decade of expertise on his back, illustrating and designing for music bands and publishing houses. Besides for the passion he feel for all things creative (that gets shaded by surrealism, fantasy, sometimes political messages, and other, dark atmospheres), that he develop the freelance-way, Mario employ himself in other full-time activities, such as directing the international artistic collective Hysterical Minds, as well as writing from time to time, advanced …

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Fanciful Food Typography by Jorge Tabanera

Jorge Tabanera  a Madrid-based artist, has the passion in creating food-themed lettering illustrations. These lettering illustrations immediately catches my attention when I was browsing through Behance, what makes them attractive? Simple, food and art are attractive to anyone, moreover when this two elements are put together and accompanied by a good color combination, the result will be a fancy illustrations You can check more of his creative work via his Behance gallery.

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Random Digital Arts Inspiration #5: Worming Portrait

Before the 2012 ends, i have started a series of digital art inspiration, a random inspiration where in I am collecting whatever digital art that are pleasing and hoping that will bring encouragement and inspirations to all readers. If you missed the previous episode, you can check out Random Digital Arts Inspiration #4 We are enticed by elegant portrait photos and stunning illustration, these two are leading in my own personal aspect source of graphic inspiration. Ideas that are being poured when working on portraiture photography requires beyond creativity to achieve what we really anticipate as output, and then comes the imaginative …

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Unleashed the Beast by Antoni Tudisco

During the past days, I was so entertain and in awe with what I saw from my Facebook news feed, I watch how the creativity evolve and develop as it reached the final day which an eye catching work of art was born. “UNLEASHED THE BEAST” by filipino/italian designer Antoni Tudisco is one of the most creative illustration that I personally aware on how the artist gone through the process as he always post updates of the project to his timeline.

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