Illustrator and designer Vaughn Pinpin has transformed Pokémon as we know them. Re-imagining them as if they were created by Tim Burton.
Instead of their usual cute and cuddly selves, they've taken on a dark and dreary look. He's fused
Adrienne Hedger is a cartoonist and writer who has created a humorous comic strip called A Humorous Look at Life . She illustrates Cartoons about the good and the ugly of parenting, relationships and things that happen in life.
Created by London based illustrator Marija Tiurina , ' Remarkable Women ’ celebrates the Faces of Feminism, featuring 16 women who shaped the world. From suffragist Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett, activist Emmeline Pankhurst, physicist and chemist
Brazilian illustrator Gabriel Picolo , has created a magical series of illustrations portraying Harry Potter spells, magical creature descriptions, moments from the series and potion recipes all beautifully drawn.
"For my drawings I take inspiration
Brian Gordon is a cartoonist with two kids, aged 4 and 7, who has created a humorous comic strip called Fowl Language Comics. Inspired by his struggles as a parent and illustrating the ugly but hilarious truth about being a parent.
A fascination with
Illustrator Kelly Angel has taken her love of dogs to a whole new level, creating a humorous illustrated series highlighting the differences between being a dog parent and a dog lover.
Dog lovers, really like dogs. Dog parents, on the other hand, take
Belgian artist, Ben Heine has created a fascinating series called Pencil vs Camera, that combines drawing and photography in a unique way. Not satisfied with only concentrating on drawing or photography, Ben decided to combine his two great loves and
Whimsical and cheeky, Johan Thörnqvist 's work brings a smile to your face. Based in Sweden, Johan knows how to make the most of the photos he's taken with his regular old phone. Adding charm and humor he illustrates scenes and characters
American artist Chris Beetow creates cheeky and fun illustrations based on photos of adorable pets. Bulldogs, labradors, tabby cats or any pet you can think of!
A modern day animalier, Chris specializes in pet portraits that capture the "inner
Friends take notice! Here's a great How-to-Guide for cheering-up your friends. John Saddington has created an adorable set of illustrations with step-by-step directions on how to pull someone up who's down-in-the-dumps.
Whether it's a broken
Ethereal and hauntingly beautiful are just a few words to describe artist Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew's artwork.
Nimmalaikaew creates meticulously drawn portraits on layers of delicate netting. For each piece, he starts with a digital drawing, which he
Creating the perfect balance between creepy and adorable is not any easy thing to do when designing odd little creatures. Mixing a bit of twisted humor with a dash of sympathetic humanness, illustrator Tihomir Čelanović brings his beloved but sometimes
Oregon artist Christian Watson of the 1924 shop has created a collection of tiny highly-detailed drawings that appear to come out of the very tip of a pencil. Christian’s entire series of pencil tip drawings are available to view on Instagram.
Designer and illustrator, Clint Reid creates surreal pen and watercolor illustrations under the title “ Tillman Project ”. The project is the collective title of all the things Reid comes up with to do and make.
"My desire to make things
A picture is worth a thousand words, especially if you're trying to make a strong point! Artist Eglė Plytnikaitė understands that power and specializes in satirical illustrations that portray the ills of today's world.
Incredibly detailed to the last whisker on a lion, wrinkle on an elephant, or spot on a giraffe, American artist Adonna Khare creates stunningly detailed black and white drawings in pencil! Her works feature Elephants, Chimpanzees, Hippos and more.
Los Angeles Artist Jeff Victor has created a clever illustrated series of our favorite actors and the evolution of their roles in film.
It's fun to see the iconic Harrison Ford starting out in his Star Wars as Han Solo in 1977 and evolving all the
Each week, StudioVox selects a photographer, artist or designer from our community whose work inspires us creatively. Whether for its beauty, detail, or the story behind the work, StudioVox features artists we love that we think you'll enjoy too.
South African artist Jacoh Haasbroek has created humorous illustrations with clever word play. You'll see a Diamond that's been put under pressure, a light bulb that's not too bright, to the literal breakfast club!
British artist Mark Powell creates stunningly detailed portraits on maps. Using maps and star charts as the foundation for his portraits, he integrates their visage into the maps’ criss-crossed lines making the portraits appear as if they belong