Illustrator Martin Ansin is often called on to take on the world of science-fiction, and his portfolio is rich with the best the genre has to offer.
Hallie Bateman's work has been published by The New Yorker, The New York Times, Buzzfeed and more. And though she never had formal training in illustration, she received powerful advice to "draw every day"—and since she began illustration she's done just that, becoming a prolific artist who knows no bounds.
In the latest HOW Design Live podcast episode, Ilise Benun, talks with artist and author, Adam J. Kurtz, about how his personal work accidentally became his career. Then come hear Adam’s keynote, “Talking about Feelings,” at HOW Design Live 2018 in Boston, April 30-May 3. Details at howdesignlive.com
One artist is inspired by the next in this fascinating series, featuring Mari Kanstad Johnsen, Eva Jauss and Raby-Florence Fofana.
Links of inspiration unite these three artist as each is inspired by the next in this series.
Gemma O'Brien, Magda Ksiezak, Petra Eriksson ... three fascinating artists all linked by a circle of inspiration.
In the latest edition of 3 Degrees of Inspiration, explore magnicifent lettering work by Roxy Prima, Phoebe Cornog & Maria Montes.
In the latest edition of three degrees of inspiration, explore work by Maja Sten, Tyra von Zweigbergk & Ivan Chermayeff.
Meet The Vacvvm, a creative “cult” that empowers like-minded illustrators from around the world.
In this edition of 3 Degrees of Inspiration, explore work by Cecilia Carlstedt, Petra Börner & Erica Jacobsson.