Italy based illustrator Alfred Basha draws with black ink pen. The subjects of his illustrations are based on the animal world, poetically transformed into mutant creatures riding towards a surrealistic space. Basha opens a meditative passage to give us a glimpse of his inner world, full of surreal projections and metamorphosis.
Berlin-based illustrator Charly Clements turns ordinary objects into cute characters, exposing them to the joys and struggles of everyday life. Through her clever series Real Life Lines, Clements transforms your photos into funny illustrations with simple lines and handwritten text.
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Iantha Naicker, a talented illustrator from South Africa, creates cute paintings of animals. Sometimes she paints them onto her palms using a technique that makes them seem to stand out. And other times her characters, drawn on lined paper, seem like they don’t want to stay in lines or like they try to leap off the page.
Mixed media artist Andy Kehoe‘s paintings have a fantastical, dark and detailed aesthetic that reminds us of the presence of shadows always lurking just beneath the surface. Even though these paintings feature a ton of otherworldly monsters, they still have a very friendly feeling as they lurk amid towering trees and shimmering skies.