"For the most part, people give the outward appearance of order and civility but underneath that exterior, there’s usually something far more interesting happening."
This personal project by Steeven Salvat is inspired by old biological studies. It's done with 0.13mm Rotring on homemade ancient paper colored with tea.
Peter Barber is sketching a city every day and sharing the results on the Instagram account One Year 365 Cities.
Viewpoints on the peculiar relationship between humans and the natural environment.
"Everything is a product of your imagination."
Copenhagen-based graphic designer and illustrator Petra Kostova draws intricate galaxies.
Seoul-based artist's striking drawings of human anotomy.
Virginia Mori, an Italian artist, studied animation and design at the State Art Institute in Urbino.
Pat Perry is an artist from Michigan who writes and makes pictures through careful and cautious observation.
“I hope to cut away at the neat and tidy narrative of progress and domination and create moments that deal with the abundant misinformation, deep confusion, genuine absurdity and billowing mass that has always kept this country on its toes.”
Graphite drawings by UK-based artist.
A freelance Illustrator living in Sigtuna just outside of Stockholm Sweden.
Detailed drawings of imaginary cities of the past and the future.
Christoph Niemann is an illustrator, artist, and author. His work has appeared on the covers of The New Yorker, WIRED and The New York Times Magazine and has won awards from AIGA, the Art Directors Club and The Lead Awards.