“Tokyo” is a monumental work of Decktwo illustrator who represented this city over a width of 9 meters and height of 1 meter 20. To draw this capital and create on fully, his performance took place in Tokyo itself. The creation process lasted four days in total. Making-of :
The illustrator Helena Hauss, based in Paris, created this beautiful colorful illustrations done in ballpoint pen, sometimes with the help by colored pencils. Every detail and every line are meticulously drawn and colored, giving the impression that the subjects are moving.
Aged 22 years, Morgan Davidson has an amazing drawing technique. Using his colored pencils and watercolor, she adds textures and shading on her illustrations, from woman mouth to eye’s details.
Aged 24, the Philippine illustrator and freelance graphic designer Kerby Rosanes using black pen on his cutting edge doodle. Animals and characters pile up in patterns, and massive compositions full of small details attractive elements. You can support her new project on Kickstarter.
Based in Switzerland, the illustrator Christo Dagorov is the author of a series of surreal illustrations that focus on the lips. Black pencil, he transforms the texture of the lips of small landscapes that nestle between the two lips. The pulp and the surface of the mouth become a prison, a forest, or a maze...
CJ Hendry is an Australian illustrator created a series whose concept is to provide 50 drawings on the theme of food in 50 days on his Instagram account.
Spider Money is an artist based in Bangkok that uses pointillism technique and Micron felt to make beautiful illustrations of birds, lions, lips and skulls. Her style is inspired by a flourishing hyperrealism and Art Nouveau. You can buy prints on his shop.
Here is a selection of illustrations by the American artist Taylor Mazer. It is with incredible precision and simple black pen, the man draws more often in urban areas. Buildings of dark alleys, the plot quality is inversely proportional to the tiny size of the work performed.
Scott Wade is like no other artist. Very talented, he draws portraits, scenes or landscapes on dirty car windows, turning them into true works of art mobile. An unexpected technique to discover through various works.
Joel Daniel Phillips made a series of drawings entitled “No Regrets in Life”. Made of charcoal and graphite portraits drawn these people represent the artist in his cross daily, depicting slices of life highlighted by realism (almost) photographic technique used by the artist.