I would love to have this poster. Beatrice Alemagna made it. See more of her fantastic work here.
A shock of green! Another good one from Milt Kobayashi. I think it is called “Cat Pictures”.
well now, isn’t this the cutest thing ever.
illustration by Christine Pym.
I’ve admired Milt Kobayashi’s work before. This painting is one he did as a demo at the Scottsdale Artists’ School. Click on the picture and you can see the painting super-zoomed-in. Check out the fat white paint on her shoulder, and the thin brushy underpainting of her hair.
Love it love it love it.
Love this illustration by Mike Dutton. It makes me think of childhood, and growing up, and a longing for the past. I would like to be that unknown girl wandering on that windy landscape.
It is also a tribute to Charles Schutlz. Do you see the reference?
(watch it full-screen please.)
Joe Sorren used to be one of my favorite artists, years and years ago. I rediscovered him today, and my admiration increased. Exponentially. My goodness, look at those colours.
Also, he has this neat thing on his website where you can zoom in super close to his paintings.