"Illustration" Blogs & Blog Posts

Elli Moody - IllustrationElli Moody - Illustration

Illustration, design, family, life - this blog follows the isnpiration behi...

 
Calvin's BlogCalvin's Blog

Blog of illustrator, cartoonist, comic book artist, author, animator and se...

 
ASIFA-Hollywood Animation ArchiveASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive

Building a museum, library and digital archive for the benefit of animation...

 
SeaLionSeaLion

A mix of personal projects and impressive things. I'm a designer, phot...

 
Oren Haskins IllustrationOren Haskins Illustration

Figurative illustration by Oren Haskins.

 
Blink Design Studios: Musings on designBlink Design Studios: Musings on design

Blog following the design and marketing industries with news, articles, int...

 
Logo & Graphic Design BlogLogo & Graphic Design Blog

Logo, illustration and graphic design projects, guides, inspirations and mo...

 


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Joan C Gratz's animated short "Mona Lisa Descending A Staircase" is a lovely and trippy 2D claymation of iconic artworks transforming one into another. After spending a decade on the piece, Gratz won the 1992 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Fil...

Illustrator Boden Him makes fantastic money art, transforming US presidents into pop culture icons. See more here: Illegal Tender. (via r/interestingasfuck) Read the rest...

If you are interested in an artist that will impact Australia's modern art scene; Dana Lawson is someone to familiarise yourself with. (Eryngium Miasma; the Art of Dana Lawson).I have had the pleasure of reviewing the work of this young artist and hi...

You don't have to be an art geek to know that Adobe Creative Cloud programs are most creatives' go-to toolset for digital drawings and paintings. The Photoshop app, for its part, is reportedly used by more than 90% of creative professionals worldwide...

Artist Zachary Knoles created a wonderful series of illustrations that pay tribute to video games by imagining them as pulp novel covers, with the game writers' names in the by-line slots (a very nice touch indeed!). (via Gameraboy)...

Japanese historian Nick Kapur unearthed "Osanaetoki Bankokubanashi" (童絵解万国噺), a wonderfully bizarre illustrated Japanese history of the USA from 1861, filled with fanciful depictions of allegedly great moments in US history, like "George...

From Spitalfields Life, a scanned set of "elegant cartoons of Regency bankers from 1824 by Richard Dighton in the archive at the Bishopsgate Institute testify," in the public domain and perfect for contemporary stock art for pieces about late-stage c...