U.S. artist Zaria Forman's beautiful images of water and glaciers may seem like photos at first, but they're not – they're photo-realistic drawings that she created using soft pastels and her fingers!
Yerevan, Armenia, -based architect and illustrator Davit Yukhanyan goes to unimaginable detail when it comes to his drawings.
Back in 1947, LIFE Magazine asked ten contemporary comic strip artists to draw their famous characters for them. The catch? They had to do it blindfolded!
American doodler Robert DeJesus turns strangers’ photos into cute anime-inspired sketches. Now, check out what DeJesus has drawn so far!
Dino Tomic is a young Croatian tattoo artist based in Norway who demonstrates his impressive talent with realistic drawings. Tomic explores a wide range of stylistics by drawing on sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and other fictional themes to fuel his work, but not without realistic animal and people as well.
Canada-based artist Ruth Oosterman creates expressive and highly imaginative paintings in collaboration with her 2-year old daughter Eve. The artist lets her child draw sketches independently with an ink pen first and then works from there on her own, mostly using watercolours – probably the most handy media to express the child‘s raw imagination.
Berlin, Geneva and Vancouver-based artist Cyril Vouilloz, aka RYLSEE, creates amusingly interactive 3D typography. With these amusing letters, the artist makes it seem as though you could pull, bend, squeeze and otherwise interact with them in any way you wish.
We assume that artist Karla Mialynne must have received many questions concerning the utensils that she uses for her beautiful hyper-realistic drawings. That’s probably why she now takes pictures of them surrounded by the things that she used to make them.
Savannah Burgess is a 19-year-old Atlanta-based artist who recently shared the process behind her latest massive drawing depicting all the animal members of the Chinese Zodiac. She spent much of her summer on the „Zodiac“ and took pictures of her progress every day until it was finished.
The way we say “I love you” changes as our relationships develop, but one thing is certain – humor often helps! Most of these love cards are best applicable for couples in long-term relationships, when love is felt and conveyed through little joyful every-day details.