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Signature Illustration

http://www.signatureillustration.org/illustration-blog/

Silky, frequently black-and-white illustrations typify what your eyes will feast on here. The work often transcends the genre and seems more fit in a trendy modern museum.

Rodrigo Luff
by Kat over 3 years ago
Gazillions of the loveliest requests
by Sascha Ehrentraut almost 4 years ago

illustrativo

http://illustrativo.com/

Gorge on the latest new illustrators to explode on the scene here with vibrant work. Those who dare are also invited to submit their own work and see how it competes.

threadless: Currently Scoring: “The Cosmonaut” by Petr...
over 1 year ago
Photo
over 1 year ago

Dani Draws

http://danidraws.com/blog/

This children's book illustrator and comic creator doesn't shy away from Photoshop or from sharing her passion for her work here. She also offers readers helpful tutorials to support their creations.

New blog at danijones.com!
by Dani over 3 years ago
New blog at danijones.com!
by Dani over 3 years ago

Yoko Furusho

http://blog.yokofurusho.com/

This Japanese illustrator resides in New York, and readers can feel the core of the Big Apple seep through his work. He juxtaposes his creations with charming photo-essays.

The Wallery x Yoko Furusho
by Yoko Furusho over 3 years ago
ぼくの世界のさかさまの向こうがわ
by Yoko Furusho almost 4 years ago

Stuntkid

http://blog.stuntkid.com/

Blogger Jason doesn't skimp on the anime influences which permeate his work here. Aspiring illustrators get an example of how to correctly, successfully, market themselves.


Illustration Concentration

http://illustrationconcentration.wordpress.com/

This functions as the primary blog for Kutztown University's illustration department. The content alternates between artwork and informative nonfiction stories drawn from around the world.

Serious Comics, Deadly Serious.
by illustrationclass over 1 year ago
Maddy’s Dream Job: Lego Star Wars
by illustrationclass over 1 year ago

scamp

http://www.scamp.ie/

This blog focuses on the growing and impressive illustration community in Ireland. Don't expect leprechauns and clovers; the work here is anything but Celtic-cliche.

Illustrators Ireland Raffle at Offset – The Winners!
by admin678 over 3 years ago
Illustrators Ireland Raffle at Offset
by Jennifer Farley over 3 years ago

Michael Meier

http://mrmeier.tumblr.com/

Michael puts on a masterclass of how a gifted illustrator can attract the attention his work merits online here. He wields video, photo, and rhetoric alike as his gorgeous work's marketing weapons.

One more drawing from this year. This time for Micromata because...
almost 2 years ago
Recently I drew this little Christmas card for MACHBAR’s...
almost 2 years ago

Stanley Chow

http://www.stanleychow.co.uk/

Blogger Stan has attracted an inundation of commercial attention for his unique, pop-friendly styling. He crafts post-Warhol portraits of the celebrated and infamous here.

Your chance to win...
almost 3 years ago
Mistress of All Evil Limited Edition...
almost 3 years ago

Parsons: Words and Pictures

http://parsonsillustrates.com/

Parsons The New School for Design invites its Illustration students to take this blog's whitespace and run amok. The student showcases forecast future superstars in the industry.

Words and Pictures Has Moved!
by parsonsamt over 3 years ago
Parsons Alum Sophia Chang joins forces with PUMA and Steve Madden!
by Illustration almost 4 years ago

Fabulous Doodles

http://fabulousdoodles.blogspot.com/

Blogger Brooke fashions Project Runway-ready haute couture sketches here. She frequently scouts a lovely from the streets of Manhattan and draws her on the spot.

Custom Fashion Illustrations | FENDI
by Brooke Hagel almost 2 years ago
Framed Fashion Prints | IfOnly & American Express
by Brooke Hagel almost 2 years ago

It's Funny Because It's True

http://jasonseilerillustration.blogspot.com/

Jason has carved out a hilarious niche for himself as one of the industry's standout humor illustrators. He work manages to combine chuckles with heart and soul.

Carmelo Anthony for The New York Observer
by SEILER almost 4 years ago
New Yoker and Southern Seminary.
by SEILER almost 4 years ago

SCAD-Atlanta Illustration

http://scad-atl-illu.blogspot.com/

Whoopi Goldberg recently commended this school for its brilliantly talented students, whose lush work is shown off here. Get to know not just some stunning creations, but the promising creators behind it all.

Scroobious Pips
by Rick almost 2 years ago
RED DOT Design Competition Winners
by Rick about 2 years ago

The Things We Make

http://www.thethingswemake.co.uk/

Mike is a Renaissance man among illustrators. He liberally flits between graphic design, photography, and brand design as his influences and primary genre of choice.


Floating Along

http://www.ginacolliasuzuki.com/japanese_prints/

Blogger Gina specializes in creating illustrations based on classic Japanese print work. Not only do her creations speak to a deep history, they also manage to brim with freshness and vibrancy.


Little Chimp Society

http://thelittlechimpsociety.com/

This blog swings away from its simian title and concentrates on illustrations too stunning to have been made my monkeys. Creators worldwide vie for features here.

Whose Galaxy Is It?
by Davide Bonazzi over 2 years ago
Le réveil de la momie
by Samuel Cochetel over 2 years ago

Can't Keep Up With The Joneses

http://www.cantkeepupwiththejoneses.com

Can’t keep up with the Joneses is a comic strip created by Sherilyn Jones and was produced by her company The Concept Media Group, LLC under the subsidiary J Cartooning. It chronicles the life of an African American group of siblings in a world of hip hop, trends, and hilarious family situations. Common themes in the strip include occurrences an average family would experience, the tremendous jokes and pranks the characters display towards one another, and the overall message of being an original person. The comics primary focus is essentially on the interactions of the siblings as a group as well as individually.

#ckuwtjBlueCity – Football Series
by Sherilyn about 3 years ago
Check Us Out
by Sherilyn about 3 years ago

Expats Art

http://www.expatsart.com

Expats Art has been brought to life to display and promote artists of any kind. Lots of art communities usually focus on one element, but here we like to do things differently. Each form of Art tells a story in its own way and there are lots of hidden gems out there and it is important that you get the chance to have a fun place to display your art, get noticed and be inspired by other artists.


A Look in a Creative Mind

http://tjlubrano.blogspot.com

A Look in a Creative Mind, is a personal arty ramble blog by TJ Lubrano. She started as a Sociology student, but decided to follow her dreams to become an illustrator. She loves to create magical and whimsical illustrations with watercolors and shares them while she rambles about her thoughts about the Illustration World, personal stories and random observations. You can hire her for commissions and follow her Facebook page for daily doodle peeks and updates.




Tess De Meerleer

http://tessdemeerleer.blogspot.com/

My blog now is a representation from what I have done and how I've developed the last 4 years. When I was 15 I went to art school (Sint-Lukaskunsthumaniora, Brussels) and I graduated there in 2011. Now I've finished my first year Bachelor in Graphic Design - illustration (Sint Lukas, Brussels). I created my blog with the intension of creating an on line collection of what I've been doing. I love to show my work to the world and enjoy it when people give comment on what I could do better or what I do good.



Twisted Pixels Illustration

http://twistedpixelsillustration.blogspot.co.uk

This is a new blog where i will be posting all my upcoming projects, digital art turorials and artist interviews! Twisted Pixels Illustration is run by Marc Bingham, a Manchester UK based artist. Marc loves to draw robots, monsters and anything else that comes to mind. Marc sells apparel and artwork prints at his online store.