Old cameras drawn by Adrian Johnson.
Untitled, by Santiago Salvador from Chile.
Just watch the video...
Pascal Staub, a.k.a. Grafilu, is an extremely talented Swiss Illustrator.
Temple Forest (1974) by Vienna's Wolfgang Hutter.
Brecht Evens is a illustrator from Belgium, drawing with water colours.
Ghost Knigi is out.
By Spain's Escif.
I really like Charlotte Trounce's illustrations.
By Spain's Escif.
Rob Bailey is a Freelance Artist, Illustrator and Designer who lives and works in Manchester, England.
With the lovely illustrations of Stacey Rozich.
London based Designer and Illustrator has a new lovely website: natalieashman.com
Works by Canadian Jon Klassen living in Los Angeles.
Chris Ware (1967) is an American illustrator.
Stacey Rozich was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and studied Illustration at California College of Arts in San Francisco. Her work varies from bold folk art in watercolor and gouache, to simple pen and ink line drawings. She loves cats and Pez.
Totem, by British illustrator Sophie Alda.
The colorful portfolio of Paris based illustrator Antoine Corbineau.
French man Philippe Baudelocque does these lovely wall paintings.
The talented Luke Ramsey has a new website: www.lukeramseystudio.com
Like the arts of Berlin based Illustrator Olaf Hajek.
Excerpt from Matter Fisher, a serendipitous journey in which a lone fisher is united with a fragment of estranged matter... By David Prosser from the Royal College of Art, London.
The beautiful arts of Valencia's Escif.
Homecoming. Illustration by Kristian Hammerstad.
Orfeu, lovely illustrated and animated trailer for never existing film, by young US Animator called Nelson Boles.
I like the work of Illustrator Frank Chimero.
She's one of the very good Illustrators I know. Her style is organic and unique. It's London based Natalie Ashman. Here some of her latest work, for the Italian Vogue.
Is a film, illustrator and web man. jon-kyle.com.
Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, scientific illustrator and science artist, was born in 1944 in Zurich, Switzerland. For 25 years she worked as a scientific illustrator for the scientific department of the Natural History Museum at the University of Zurich. Since the catastrophe of Chernobyl in 1986, she has collected, studied and painted morphologically disturbed insects, which she finds in the fallout areas of Chernobyl as well as near nuclear installations.
Via the ever great but does it float.
Andrey Gordeev's work is amazing! He's from Khabarovsk, Russia.
The new Anorak Autumn issue is out! It's all about big nasty bugs with many legs. Also in there are the illustrations of our well-known Andy Rementer.
Andy Rementer's Techno Tuesday has a all new, modern home: www.technotuesday.com.
Illustrator Simon Peplow has a new website. Via Cathy.
Another good Swiss Illustrator based in Lucerne: Aurel Märki.
Today, the new edition of the city-wide and week-long comic festival Fumetto started in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Today, Benedikt Notter's new exhibition is opening in Lucerne, Switzerland. His drawings where created while being in India and attending cremation ceremonies on the holy river Ganges.
Opening: Friday, November 14, 2008, 7 pm
Heiliggeist-Kapelle, Hirschengraben 17, Lucerne, Switzerland
Opening hours: 2 – 9 pm
Closing: Thursday, November 20, 2008
Andy Rementer's Freakopolis can be seen from November 8th in NY.
Parra is my favorite Illustrator since the first encounter a few years ago. Since then, his work spreads around the globe, luckily, so we can see more of his colorful illustration skills.
Fred wrote an e-mail to advertise his Illustrator-friend, 'one of Portugal's most talented and prolific illustrators', he says. And here he is: João Fazenda!
Today feeling like Luke Best's illustration.
They have been unveiled already some month ago, but just came across them now. The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Mascots are the work of Vancouver-based Vicki Wong and Michael Murphy of Meomi Design. These could be the most stylish Olympic mascots yet, and surely a big hit with kids.
Christoph Fischer about Robert Walser.
Again, Andy's brilliant analysis called Techno Tuesday.
This guy made the biggest drawingin the world sending a GPS device around the world.
Cathy wrote: The Lovely Rob has a new site: www.supermundane.com. It's full of wonderful things.
Being abroad for a long time, it feels good to see that Switzerland also holds great Illustrators nowadays. One of them is doubtless Rahel Eisenring.
Nice work by French Illustrator and Animator Matthieu Bessudo based in London.