Aussie artist Alex Gabbott has been creating pop-culture-inspired cross-section illustrations for a while now. After doing cross sections of the house from Bob's Burgers, and the sentry turret from the Portal games, Gabbott is back with his latest piece - the house from Pixar’s animated masterpiece
Street artist Tom Hanksy’s new work at Bushwick 5points, Brooklyn. [via Laughing Squid]
“Pagano,” a huge mural in Beirut by INTI, a Chilean street artist. The mural was created for White Wall, an art exhibition organized in Beirut to give new impetus to the Lebanese graffiti scene. Via Alaprima, a wonderful blog which features young contemporary artists from Chile.
While some artists spend thousands of dollars to buy the best art materials money can buy, artist Kenneth Lee Flannery has no such luxuries as he is currently incarcerated in a facility in California. He has access only to the ink cartridges of pens provided by an
Select illustrations from the sketchbook of André Azevedo, an artist from Brazil. More images after the jump. 9504
Milwaukee-based illustrator, Ryan Carter was asked to create a graphics campaign for a team participating in Rickshaw Run, a fundraiser for a charity called Frankwater, which aims to bring clean water to areas of the world that don’t have access to it.
The team, which calls itself Sitar Wars,
A terrific illustration by Jordi, an artist from Barcelona, Spain. Snip from the description of the piece: Mortimer seems to be an easy man, with his non expression face, his over sized body, his typical love tattoo... but inside him there's a deep universe where
Check out some select illustrations from the portfolio of Danelly Liz, a self-taught artist based in Miami, Florida, who creates her surreal works using ink, graphite and charcoal, Danelly says that her youthful, sleepy-eyed figures exude a kind of dark, yet innocent allure, and draw the onlooker with
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Wood Dork, contributed to the JazJaz Flickr Pool by Texasadam (aka Adam Whatley), an artist and illustrator from Austin, Texas.
French figurative artist, Stephane Dillies’s oil paintings may be about trash, but they are good enough to hang on your walls. His paintings are based on photographs of trash bins found in different cities around the world. They are almost hyperealistic, and a beautiful statement on