Reading Time: 1 minute I really like these super saturated drawings by Oslo-based illustrator Natalie Foss, I wonder how hard you have to press the pencil to get the colours so vivid. Finger cramps. (via Booooooom!)
Reading Time: 1 minute Alice Patullo is an illustrator and pint maker based in East London, in her work she explores themes of the british folk lore, she also has a website
Reading Time: 1 minute These are drawings by Phoebe Carse I don’t know much about her apart from the fact that she is real good at making narrative images Love it!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Lesley Barnes has only very recently described herself as an illustrator. She actually studied English at university, although she have always loved drawing. For that reason she always feel a bit guilty describing herself as an illustrator as she has no formal training. She loves books and especially the cover design of old Penguins. She also loves animated […]
Reading Time: 1 minute Miguel Endara created this portrait of his father using 3,2 million ink dots.
Reading Time: 1 minute Night of a 1000 drawings is back and it’s going to be awesome. Their next event, “Doodle at the park” will be held at the Emmarentia Botanical Gardens, on Sunday the 2nd of October. Its starts at 14:00. Bring a picnic and your pencils!
Reading Time: 1 minute Lilli Carré is a illustrator and printmaker, she also draws comics and makes moving pictures. Her books are especially splendid for their seemingly innocent illustration and eerie story lines. Lilli was born in 1983 in Los Angeles and currently lives in Chicago. See her work on vimeo or at the Eyeworks festival
Reading Time: 1 minute Tony Riff is a crazy illustrator, that has epic skills. Here is a small taste of what he can do in half an hour.
Reading Time: 1 minute Monsieur Cabinet is the talented English illustrator behind this range of illustrations for the award winning blog 1000 Awesome Things. They are truly funny and make all of us at Nicework smile. Enjoy being awesome!
Reading Time: 1 minute Steven Wiltshire is an autistic artist that draws detailed cityscapes from memory. Yes, from memory. Look at these and marvel…