The Iranian cartoonist, Alireza Karimi Moghaddam, is so smitten by the works of Vincent van Gogh, the Dutch post-impressionist painter and one of the most influential figures in the history of Western art, that he sets his cartoons in van Gogh’s paintings!
Tiurina Marija’s fascinating crowded scenes are enough to ignite the dullest minds. This artist and illustrator from Lithuania, who resides and works in London, UK, explains her work on her website, thus, “My main areas of creative focus are digital illustration and watercolor paintings. However, I also step outside those fields to play around with …
Whether it’s garlic cloves, flowers, locks, pencil sharpeners or even pencil shavings, nothing escapes this wonderful visual artist in using them in her illustrations to create something incredible. Meet Noelia Medina Navarro, based in Tomelloso, Spain, who is amazingly creative with everyday objects.
This beautiful artist doesn’t need picture postcards of places she visits, she draws them herself by hand! She’s Velly Miller, born and raised in Moscow, Russia, who has an immense liking for illustrations, architecture, and travel. Her illustrations of monuments and buildings are so intricately detailed they are hard to distinguish from actual photographs.
It seems Julianna Maston was destined to draw. Her passion for art spurred her to enrol in Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design – Studio Art Minor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Here she gained expertise not only in illustration and drawing but also in Photoshop, InDesign and Keynote.