Drawings by artist illustrator Jean de Wet. More below.
Drawings by French artist Nicolas Barrome. More images below.
Gorgeous watercolours by Omsk, Russia-based illustrator Sasha Baranovskaya (Sasha Grime). More images below.
You may have seen these drawing videos circulating the Internet! Stefan’s 3D drawings are so striking it’s hard to fathom how he’s been able to master this technique and make it look so simple. We created a little compilation of some of his most mind-bending drawings and asked him a few questions about creating them. Watch the video above and read the short interview below! Jeff Hamada: I know that you were originally born in Russia and are now living in Germany, can you describe in a little bit more detail where you are right now? Stefan Pabst: I was born in Russia in Western Siberia and moved to Germany with my parents when I was 15 years old. I now live in Minden (North-West Germany) with my family where I work in my studio. Jeff Hamada: Do your videos represent the entire process for creating these works or are there segments that are left out? I would imagine there is some reference imagery involved? Stefan Pabst: Some of the paintings take several hours. I leave out anything from mixing colours, to taking breaks. Basically, anything that makes the video run more smoothly and without disturbances. Sometimes I forget to crop out a scene,…
Drawings by illustrator Sasha Baranovskaya aka Sasha Grime. Found via our . More below.
Drawings and paintings by Chicago-based artist Ian Thomas Miller. More images below.
Drawings and paintings by New York-based artist Karin Haas. More images below.
A couple years ago I posted about Zaria Forman’s stunning soft pastel drawings of Greenland (), her latest series features The Maldives. More process images and other finished works below!
Drawings by artist Igor Tepikin. More below.
Drawings by artist Freddy Fegr Leclerc. More images below.
Illustrations by Montreal-based artist Gabriel Levesque. More images below.
Drawings by New York-based artist Mike Lee. More below.
Drawings by Manchester England-based artist James Roper. Found via our post.
Some more drawings by one of my favourite emerging artists, Melbourned-based Evie Cahir. She’s been selected for a residency in Finland and is raising money for her trip, so if you’re interested in helping her get there head over here. More of her lovely drawings below.
Brian Kesinger, a story artist at Walt Disney animation studios, has been sharing some delightful drawings on Instagram, mashing together the Star Wars universe with the Calvin and Hobbes universe. Have a look at more below, and see if you can recognize the original strips that these drawings reference.