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“Me & My Other Me” Shows Celebrities Next To Their Young Selves

Colombian artist Fulvio Obregon has made a playful then-and-now project “Me & My Other Me”: he drew celebrities with their younger selves. Whether it’s Michael Jackson as both king of pop and a teen with an afro, or IT luminaries like Bill Gates and Stove Jobs next to their startup selves, the project inspires you to think about the road they took to get where they are now. Fulvio Obregon, who also goes by Fulaleo, is an illustrator, graphic and character designer. Some of Read more […]

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Millions of Hand-Inked Dots Comprised this New Stippled Illustration by Xavier Casalta

Artist Xavier Casalta  wows us again with his miraculous patience and steady hand in this latest illustration titled Autumn, a flowing depiction of intertwined flowers, gourds, plants, and other vegetation. Casalta uses a technique called stippling, where a multitude of tiny ink dots are made it various patterns to create shadows, lines, and textures throughout the piece. The 23-year-old illustrator estimates Autumn contains roughly 7 million dots applied over a staggering period of 370 hours. Read more […]

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Katerina Chadoulou

Story via Art Nouveau ” I’m a professional,awarded freelance illustrator/painter based in Athens/Greece. I have collaborated with the majority of Greek publishers and have illustrated more than 60 titles. Been working as an illustrator since 2007.” Read more […]

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Satirical Illustrations Show Our Addiction To Technology

Art is often a mirror, reflecting the social issues and problems of the day. With the rise of ubiquitous Internet, smart phones, and other Internet enabled devices, being online all the time is not only possible, it’s the de facto state for many. This list of satirical illustrations highlight some of the biggest problems with technology addiction. Which one has the strongest message? Answer on the comment area below the images! Read more […]

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Syrian war illustrated by George Butler

Syrian war illustrated by George Butler George Butler is an artist and illustrator specializing in travel and current affairs. His drawings, done in situ are in pen, ink and watercolour. In August 2012 George walked from Turkey across the border into Syria, where as an unofficial guest of the rebel Free Syrian Army he spent 4 days drawing the civil war damaged, small and empty town of Azaz. 6 months later he made a similar trip back to Syria to record the stories amongst Read more […]

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