Illustrations

Martín Azambuja’s Illustrations Are Satisfying In Their Simplicity

There's a sense of harmony and balance to Martín Azambuja's illustrations. Informed by his background in graphic design, his compositions are minimal and thoughtful, making his artwork approachable without losing its artistic...

Redmer Hoekstra’s Drawings Blend Animals With Everyday Objects

Dutch artist Redmer Hoekstra thinks that every human being makes its own reality, whether he or she is aware of it or not. Based in a small town situated between Arnhem and...

Sophie Heywood’s Illustrations are Great Fun

Sophie Heywood's illustrations speak to our inner child. Cute (but not overly), colorful, and uplifting, her aesthetic is inspired by pop culture and animals, with references to both throughout her work. A...

Daniel Voelker’s Collage Art is an Experimentation of Sorts

Daniel Voelker isn't your typical collage artist (if there ever was such a thing). Inspired by graffiti, urban decay, and music, he experiments with various media sources which include charcoal and printmaking....

The Playful Illustrations of Gosia Herba

“I would like to tell you how great the life of an illustrator really is,” illustrator Gosia Herba observed once in an interview with Sense of Creativity. “Every day brings new adventures,"...

The Poetic Illustrations of Milica Golubović

Layered, textured, and bright, Milica Golubović's digital illustrations explore a variety of subjects, that range from the light-hearted to the more somber. With a focus on animals and humans and the ways...

Olivia Knapp Reinterpreted an Ancient Technique Using Pen and Paper

Olivia Knapp’s meticulously detailed pen illustrations are created using a “line to dot” rendering method as well as the rarer “dot and lozenge” rendering method. According to her website, “dot and lozenge”...

Katie Chappell Makes the Case For Live Illustration

With brands constantly looking for new unique ways to surprise and delight, the market for live illustrators has grown dramatically in the last decade. Case in point: illustrator Katie Chappell. With a...

The Illustrated Friends of Lydia Nichols

Lydia Nichols' illustrations appeal to both children and adults. A self-proclaimed anthropomorphizer, she admits she has a penchant for the quirky and wants to anthropomorphize all the things. Her anthropomorphized characters include...

Looking For the Perfect Gift? Why Not Commission a Portrait

About Face Illustration, an independent brand launched in 2016 and run by illustrator Paulina Kwietniewska, is dedicated to portraiture. Using a variety of tools that include watercolors, oils, and ink, Kwietniewska makes...