Tag: Illustration

Dad Turns His Sons’ Doodles Into Anime Characters, And The Result Is Amazing
22 Mar

Dad Turns His Sons’ Doodles Into Anime Characters, And The Result Is Amazing

Drawing Homepage featured Illustration Parenting #Drawing 22nd of March 2017

Thomas Romain is a French anime artist who lives in Tokyo. He's worked on various series including Space Dandy, Basquash!, and Aria, but his best ideas actually come from his sons. Working together in what he calls the Father And Sons Design Workshop, Thomas and his kids come up with all sorts of weird and wonderful characters.

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What You Say About Mental Illness Vs What You Actually Mean
20 Mar

What You Say About Mental Illness Vs What You Actually Mean

Comics Homepage featured ADD annie erskine attention deficit disorder 20th of March 2017

People often misuse words like depression and ADD. Sure you might be having a bad day, but are you really depressed? Likewise, you might sometimes struggle to concentrate, especially if you're doing something boring, but does that really mean you've got Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)? We all have our little quirks and idiosyncrasies, but does that make us all Obsessive Compulsives?

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Artist Creates Honest Illustrations Showing What Women Do When No One Is Watching
17 Mar

Artist Creates Honest Illustrations Showing What Women Do When No One Is Watching

Art Drawing Homepage featured Illustration 365 project 17th of March 2017

In April 2015, Little Rock Illustrator Sally Nixon started a project called "365" in which she had to create one illustration per day for a whole year. As it was not that easy to think of new ideas so frequently, Sally started to search for inspiration in her own life and simple routine moments that she's going through. The artist wanted to show the natural side of women besides staged Instagram selfies, Snapchat filters, and all the other forms of social media that rule our world.

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What Women Do When No One Is Watching By Sally Nixon
17 Mar

What Women Do When No One Is Watching By Sally Nixon

Art Drawing Homepage featured Illustration 365 project 17th of March 2017

In April 2015, Little Rock Illustrator Sally Nixon started a project called "365" in which she had to create one illustration per day for a whole year. As it was not that easy to think of new ideas so frequently, Sally started to search for inspiration in her own life and simple routine moments that she's going through. The artist wanted to show the natural side of women besides staged Instagram selfies, Snapchat filters, and all the other forms of social media that rule our world.

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10+ Comics In Which I Try To Be An Adult But Fail Miserably
22 Feb

10+ Comics In Which I Try To Be An Adult But Fail Miserably

Comics Homepage featured #Illustration adulthood adulthood comics 22nd of February 2017

I'm allowed to drive a car, I can legally drink, I even rent my own house but I still haven't figured out this thing 'adulthood'. My name is Marloes De Vries and I'm a Dutch illustrator and writer of picture books, comics and other things that contain both words and pictures. I've been drawing since I was young, mainly to understand my own feelings and thoughts.

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The True Faces of America: Rare 100 Year-Old Portraits Of New York Immigrants
10 Feb

The True Faces of America: Rare 100 Year-Old Portraits Of New York Immigrants

Homepage featured Illustration Photography Augustus Francis Sherman different cultures 10th of February 2017

America is an unprecedented melting pot of different cultures, and its diversity has truly helped to solidify its place as the most powerful country in the world. 100 years ago, immigrants from all over the world with all imaginable cultural backgrounds came to plant the seed of an American dream in Ellis Island, New York, beginning a story of new life that is still unfolding today.

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