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Small guys - editorial & various stuff
Illustrations made for various projects, including educational books and apps for kids/young teenagers.
Ride Free X "Cicli illustri" exhibition
This is my artwork for the exhibition "Cicli Illustri".During the Bicycle Film Festival in Milan, from 13 to 15 December 2013,this exhibition gathers 25 italian illustrators, each one with an artwork inspired by the bike world.
Foot Locker exclusives
Along with 5 other illustrators around the world (including 2 other italians: Ale Giorgini and Matteo Cuccato), I've been asked to illustrate the "Only at Foot Locker" tag with my own style for the Foot Locker exclusives campaign taking place in Euro...
"Bicicletas" by Daniel Gonzàlez
Movies and TV series' posters by Ale Giorgini
Hand carved wood sculptures by Morgan Herrin
Big murals by Natalia Rak
Nichitsu ghost town photos by Riccardo Parenti
Pop icons essential pack (140 icons)
This set of icons has been created in collaboration with Mutado, a creative agency based in Milan, Italy.The Essential Icons Pack from Mutado is a set of 140 premium vector icons in Illustrator format.These stock icons are very useful in app design, ...
Skip Hursh's colorful abstract GIFs
Goni Montes' editorial illustrations
Happily melting portraits
Happily melting portraits is a personal project dedicated to pop icons of yesterday and today, in cinema, music, TV and whatever.All portraits are available as prints.
Hello Bank by BNP Paribas
Curioos.com in partnership with Publicis Paris has selected a group of artists to create artworks dedicated to the new e-banking brand by BNP Paribas called Hello Bank.The brief was to create an artwork using as main subject the word "Hello" in the t...
Karrie Arthurs's Drawings
Daft Punk by Nabil Elderkin
North Korea in photos
Characters collection - April 2013
This collection gathers several characters (along with some typography work and small elements) I did in recent times and in the past, but never released.The style of each character may be slightly different from one to the other because these charac...
Valentine Hirsch black and white tattoo
Low income apartments in Hong Kong
Miniature Sculptures by Joe Fig
Daniel Danger's illustrations
Driving rain - Paintings by Karen Woods
Nychos feat. Jeff Soto at Pow Wow 2013
Blue Willow Video Game Dinnerware Pattern by Olly Moss
New Mural In Sao Paulo by Eduardo Kobra
Flexible Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo
Surreal art by Robert Bowen
Hidden typography GIFs by MountStar
Ramon Maiden's tattoos on old prints
20 things that happened on the internet 2012
"Katachi" stop motion video by Kijek & Adamski
The ABC Of Architects by Federico Gonzalez
New York from the roof top
Punkypins - January 2013 series
Springfield viewed by Tim Doyle
Animals by Yo Az
Skulls, illusions and other artworks by Tom French
Dead Wrestler by I Love Dust
Tugboat Print Shop
Beautiful drawing by Denise Nestor
Hyper-realistc illustrations by Oriol Angrill
RGB by Carnovsky
Amazing tattoo art by JUN CHA
Dreaming of Dubai
Beautiful hyper-realistic painting by Omar Ortiz
Tattoos by Fabien "Belly Button" Batista
Sneakercube by Pawel Nolbert
Rogier Wieland for Moleskine planners
Illustrations by Smithe One
Memories in miniature
Shopping carts by Taizo Yamamoto
Abstracted characters graffiti by RekaOne
James Reka a.k.a. RekaOne is a Melbourne based contemporary artist. His style is immediatly recognizable for his abstracted geometric characters, flat bright colors and clean lines, with a somehow "ethnic" feeling.
Another amazing illustration by Glenn Arthur
Glenn Arthur surprises us with a new set of wonderful illustrations! Enjoy it!
Watercolor style tattoo by Street Tatoo
Street Tatoo is a tattoo studio based in Franconville, Ile-De-France, France. Klaim and Niko Inko are the studio artists, and I have to say their style and skill are some of the most amazing I've ever seen in tattoo world till now. I'll just let the ...
Portraits in front of graffiti by Kevin Peterson
The contrast of innocence against a backdrop of a worn, ragged, and defiled world. This is the work, in oil on panels, of Kevin Peterson, graduated at Austin College in Sherman, Texas.
Calligraphy by Adam Romuald Klodecki
Adam Romuald Klodecki a.k.a THEOSONE is a calligrapher and street artist, representative of the so called "calligraffiti" movement, from Warsaw (Poland). Calligraffiti, as the name itself explains pretty clearly, consists in applying the styles, aest...
Alex Trochut for Puma
Alex Trochut is surely one of my favorite designers out there. These are some t-shirt designs he made for Puma
Jim Denevan's giant drawings
These are not the work of some UFOs tired of making crop circles, but the artoworks of Jim Denevan. He makes temporary drawings on sand earth and ice that are eventually erased by waves and weather.
Owls by John Pusateri
John Pusateri drawings this beautifully colored owls using pencils, charcoal, and charcoal.
laFraise: Online Graphic T-Shirt Design Contest for Cool...
Crazy doodles by Keita Sagaki
What, at first sight, could appear as a study/sketch of a classic sculpture, is actually a incredibly crowded artwork made of thousands of tiny characters and elements drawn in a very japanese/manga taste. This is the pen on paper work by Keita Sagak...
New Mural In Puerto Rico by ROA
New work by Roa in San Juan, Puerto Rico. More: Animals anatomy graffiti by Roa - ROA's work photos by http://1dayrobot.com
3D Typography by Chris LaBrooy
Chris LaBrooy, UK based designer and illustrator .
Michael Lewis's photography
Michael Lewis is a photographer from Los Angeles. Here we have some shots taken from two particular series: - Self Portraits - Celebrity Portraits
Punkypins - Zombie Collection
Fabio Viale's unbelievable marble sculptures
Fabio Vialewas born in Cuneo, Italy, in 1975. All of his works are entirely in marble. Yes, it's correct: marble. The skull and the Monna Lisa you're seeing here are not made of polystyrene foam, but in real, hard, heavy white marble. As well as the ...
A little creature explores Tokyo at night playing with our imagination. "Little Kaiju" is a cute short movie directed by the twins Jonathan and Josh Baker, based in New York City.
Melting wooden frames by Bonsoir Paris
Pablo Picasso said "Every act of creation is first an act of destruction.", from this assumption french creative studio Bonsoir Paris transformed the nature of wood and the identity of frames. The wood melts like plastic, or sometimes chocolate, from...
"Khoda" by Reza Dolatabati
"Khoda" is an incredible animation by Reza Dolatabadi. It was made with over 6000 paintings produced during two years for a 5 minutes film. This psychological thriller has an amazing success by its complexity and beautiful results. Take a look! Direc...
Ink Stamp Pointillism by Federico Pietrella
Federico Pietrella recreates photographs of simple objects by using only a date stamp.
Wild Kingdom by Jeremy Fish
Mini-exhibit of works by one of our favorite artists, San Francisco-based Jeremy Fish. Jeremy will be exhibiting six new paintings and seven new prints in an exhibit titled Wild Kingdom at Rotofugi gallery
Beautiful artworks by Camilla d'Errico
Camilla d'Errico is a Canadian comic book illustrator, painter and visual artist. Her career as a painter began in 2006, when she participated in shows at Vancouver's Ayden Gallery in Gastown. Since early 2007, d'Errico began showing her work in gall...
Grow by Andreas Preis
New series by Andreas Preis, designer and illustrator from Berlin, Germany. He has worked for important clients and agencies such as ESPN Classic, CK One, NIKE, Ogilvy, Tetrapack, TNT and so the list could go on. View: fineliner illustrations by Andr...
Retro Posters By Timba Smits
Retro posters created by the artist / graphic designer Timba Smits
Ink, paint, and feathers
"My name's Abby. I'm an illustrator in Pennsylvania, finishing my last year of college. You're gonna see a lot of birds here."
Exploding Food Photography by Alan Sailer
Alan Sailer is a California based photographer that shoots and captures food through high speed explosions with extremely high speed cameras.
Repeat Offender by Evol
Evol represents the East Berlin decadent atmosphere of buildings, through stencil on cardboard boxes.
Tattoo Woodcuts by Bryn Perrott
Bryn Perrott is an artist based in Morgantown, West Virginia. via
Colorful Urban Expression
Colorful urban exploration in Munich by Nick Frank.
Banky's Graffiti Animated Gifs
Banky's graffiti comes alive with these animated gifs from the Tumblr Made By ABVH.
Punkypins Sailor Collection
Punkypins is a UK based funky jewelry brand. They asked me to design a collection based on sea/sailor/tattoo themes.
American Japanese Pin-up girls by ONEQ
Self-taught Japanese illustrator ONEQ‘s work reminds me of one of my favorite artists: Rockin JellyBean, but with a vintage twist. She recognize him as one of the most influential artists in developing her art, as well as Simon Bisley. [via supersoni...
Nightscapes photography by Martin Stavars
Martin Stavars was born in 1981 in Czestochowa, Poland. After studying Economics and Computer science he focused on photograhy, specializing in landscapes, cityscapes and night photography. He and his camera have been in more than 20 countries around...
Paris In Motion
Paris In Motion, the last project by france photographer Mayeul Akpovi skilled in the art of stop motion and time lapse. website: mayeul.com Canon 5D Mark III Canon 5D Mark II Canon 24-70mm f2.8 L USM Sigma 15mm f2.8 EX DG Fisheye Samyang 14mm f2.8 T...
Italian illustrator Marco Mazzoni uses colored pencils as his secret weapon in creating this beautiful series of ornately ghostly faces. The artist approaches the natural beauty theme, featuring faces adorned with blossoming flowers, birds and butter...
Musican Mosaics made from their own CDS
Using over 6500 CDs in total, the likenesses of seven musical icons were created using their own albums. The project is titled "Piracy" and it's a TBWA ad campaign, conceived by Italian artists Mirco Pagano and Moreno De Turco, to show how these arti...
Matchbook Drawings by Jason D'Aquino
Artist and expert miniaturist Jason D'Aquino creates his teeny-tiny realistic drawings as his series on the 1950′s and 60 drawn on matchboxes. Using a magnifying glass, the artist sketches detailed pop culture icons from days passed on recycled mater...
Hubert de Lartigue acrylic lips
Hubert de Lartigue is a France born artist (1963). He started his career in a packaging design studio, and then moved to illustration freelancing world. From the end of the 80s till 2003 his work was mainly focused on pin-ups, and he created several ...
100 Artists Uniquely Design Phone Booths in São Paulo
All Parade is an ongoing public art project in São Paulo sponsored by Brazilian telecommunications firm Vivo, that paired 100 artists with 100 street-side phone booths giving them free reign to transform the peculiar hooded fixtures into anything ima...
Tim Tadder is an advertising photographer since 2005. He was looking for something new, so he created "Fish heads", a series of underwater portraits using water surface tension to create beautiful textures surrounding the faces.
SkinDeep by Julien Palast
A study on the body-object, ephemeral sculptures of the human form. Instant bas reliefs recalling of the classic imagery by Julien Palast via: behance
Exploding Water Balloons
London based photographer Edward Horsford photographs balloons in a very unique way. He freezes them as they leave his hands to explode. The pictures are taken with a "high tech" DIYed sound trigger, Strobes, and one rusty stick. Interview and tutori...
Le Mans Classic Photography by Laurent Nivalle
Beautiful series of pictures signed by the French photographer Laurent Nivalle! This time the talented photographer went to the last Le Mans Classic to capture the cars, their drivers and mechanics. The complete set is visible on his website Le Mans ...
Julien Pacaud's Illustrations
A great work by Julien Pacaud, french illustrator, to inspire koikoikoi's readers. Elegance, intelligence and sense of humor singularizes his art. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Wine Cork Portraits by Scott Gundersen
Scott Gundersen has made these incredible portraits, one using 9,217 and the other using 3,621 natural wine corks. Watch the video showing the last 50 hours 200 hours of the "Grace" "Trisha" is a portrait made of 3,621 used/recycled wine corks. "Grac...
Micromachina by Scott Bain
The Micromachina series is by artist Scott Bain from Adelaide, Australia. All of the insects you see here are real!
Rafahu is an illustrator, animator and designer from Mexico City. Here some stunning exampl of his skills, from sketches to final artwork.
"Much Better Now" by Salon Alpin
This is all about an animation video which you might say is a bit slow when it starts but trust me picks up when you just want it to. The story revolves around a little bookmark which has been caught between the pages of a book for a long time. It ge...
Tattoos and macabre iconography by Tom Gilmour
London-based illustrator Tom Gilmour, finds inspiration in occult imagery, nomadic themes and black tattoo art and early 80′s. Gilmour creates each piece by hand with touches of watercolor and ink with digital processing, to achieve certain shading ...
Animated GIFs by RRRRRRRROLL
Rrrrrrrroll is a project created by a group of friends from Japan that uses photography to explore animations (animated gif) based on minimalist objects and people that rotate on their axis.
"You are not Banksy" by Nick Stern
Uk born Los Angeles based photographer/photoreporter Nick Stern shot these reenactment of famous Banksy pieces with real people. [via Bored Panda]
Organs of Dali, Vincent Van Gogh and Picasso
Amazing campaign for the MASP Art School in São Paulo. DDB Brazil it shows the organs of Dali, Vincent Van Gogh and Picasso and dissected them to show their inside illustrated in the same style as their famous artworks. Credits: Advertising Agency: D...
Dubstep Dispute animation
This singular debate in "dubstep" translates the facility to conceive the electronic music as language. Dubstep Dispute is a cool 3D animation, produced by the 3D animation artist Jason Giles from Fluxel Media, and music excerpt by Nostalgia.
The original and current form of famous logos
Check out the first version of these famous logos and how they appear today. via stocklogos.com
Jules Julien's illustrations
Jules julienne is a french artist and illustrator. Now he's working in France, United States and Japan.
Monstruize Me by Bakea
"Monstruize Me" cute and colorful monsters, a selection of illustrations by Bakea, aka Juan Carlos Paz, a Spanish illustrator based in Madrid.
Jef Palumbo Tattoos
Jean-François Palumbo is a tattoo artist who lives and works in Belgium, at the tattoo and piercing studio Boucherie Moderne. Jean-François Palumbo's works are highly original and contemporary. He creates a colourful, dreamlike world where images typ...
Autumn Love - un design laFraise original de TokyoCandies...
Vintage geometrical animated GIFs by Matthew Divito
Matthew Divito is a designer working in various fields of creativity. Lately he has been working on motion design creating a series of really cool animated GIFs. This animations remind of those 80s CG works we saw in tv series and music videos. Mesme...
Google Streetview Japan stop-motion
Google Japan released a stop motion video showing, in a very funny way (as it happens in Japan), how privacy is protected on Google Streetview.
3D sketches by Hideyuki Nagai
Hideyuki Nagai is a young Japanese artist, born in 1991. We're pretty sure you'll find his work just unbelievable, even if you are not much into art. Just take a look at these 3D optical illusion sketches. What is great is that they're not just on a ...
Dirty Car Art by Scott Wade
Scott Wade has been called the "da Vinci of Dust," the "Michelangelo of Mud," but he prefers the "Dirty Car Artist." After years of experimentation, he's perfected the techniques he now uses to transform filthy cars into mobile art galleries. Check o...
Street Art By Phlegm
UK based artist PHLEGM is born in North Wales. Phlegm is well known for his self-published comics and street art. Check out more of Phlegm's work at PhlegmComics.com and on Flickr.
Constellation by Kumi Yamashita
With a wooden panel, nails, and one single piece of thread Kumi Yamashita made those amazingly realistic portraits. [via Juxtapoz]