January 28, 2016 xavier-1

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 […]

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March 15, 2014 Texas-based graffiti artist Redosking draws fantastically detailed eyes using colored pencils. It seems like eyes

Redosking draws fantastically detailed eyes

Texas-based graffiti artist Redosking draws fantastically detailed eyes Texas-based graffiti artist Redosking draws fantastically detailed eyes using colored pencils. It seems like eyes are a common muse for illustrators working in the realm of hyperrealism but these particular pieces seem above and beyond the average attempt. You can also follow him on Instagram. (via Illusion 360) Please follow and like us:256

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March 7, 2014 Bizarre Illustrations by Redmer Hoekstra

Bizarre Illustrations by Redmer Hoekstra Merge People and Animals with Everyday Objects

Bizarre Illustrations by Redmer Hoekstra Merge People and Animals with Everyday Objects Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws fascinating composite illustrations that merge animals and everyday objects or machines, from a lizard with computer keyboard scales to an owl with books for wings. At times he even brings three or more forms together, as with a whale emerging […]

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March 4, 2014 7

Hand-Sculpted Clay Illustrations by Irma Gruenholz

Hand-Sculpted Clay Illustrations by Irma Gruenholz Graphic designer and illustrator Irma Gruenholz toiled away in Madrid as an ad agency art director before shifting gears and launching a freelance career in illustration. While she’s perfectly capable working with pencils and paints, it was her decision to work in 3D that really set things in motion. Gruenholz painstakingly […]

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