Hajin Bae, also known as Soulist Aurora is a an illustrator, graphic designer and art director, living and working in Seoul, Korea: “My illustrations have two styles: Day and Night.
Stranger Things has been on everyone’s minds since its release on Netflix in July, and artists can’t help but show their appreciation for the show by creating beautiful interpretations of the period thriller. Here are some of our favorites: via: Buzzfed, Threadless
Working out of Samara, Russia, Kirill Hohlov focuses his talents on fashion and illustration. His appreciation to keeping a close watch on today’s fashionable youth is comfortably apparent in his work and appropriate for the time he’s creating. Beautifully rendered portraits of the style conscious. via: Juxtapoz
Ukrainian artist Snezhana Soosh is a mom to a 9-year-old son, but it’s fatherhood that has inspired her darling illustrations. In whimsical washes of watercolor and ink, Soosh depicts the precious bond between an imaginary dad and daughter in a series of small, sweet moments.
Designer Nikita Konkin has created a packaging concept design that makes buying pasta a bit more fun. The trio of designs have the face of a woman on the box, with the cut-out ‘hair’ window showing the pasta inside.
Artist Jing Zhang has created a wonderful series of illustrated recipe cards and recently shared the project onBehance. The London-based, freelance illustrator has done work for a number of international clients as well as her own personal art projects.
Who says monsters can’t have problems, just like the rest of us? Artist and designer Teo Zirinis (aka Hands Off My Dinosaur) has created a delightful, on-going series that sheds light on the hilariously distinctive dilemmas faced by fictional monsters. Aptly called Monster Issues, the charming cartoon-style illustrations feature creatures like the Kraken, Dracula, and […]
If you love the sight of your bed and pillows, if you can fall asleep anywhere and at any time of the day, if you consider sleeping your hobby, if you reserve weekends for sleeping only, then these doodles created byLingvistov are just for you!
Jordan-based architect and fashion illustratorShamekh Al-Bluwi creates a series of beautiful fashion illustrations using cut outs to incorporate the sights of the city into the clothing and accessories on paper
The L.A. artist relies on dreamy watercolors to illustrate her go-to recipes and shares them all (with instructions, too) on her blog, Starving Artist Recipes. They seema s delightful as real photographs and make you hungry exactly the same way .