Freelance illustrator Leib Chigrin specializes in making his stipple illustrations using nothing more than pen and ink. He painstakingly uses dots and lines of varying thickness and shapes to bring his subjects to life on paper. Leib Chigrin lives in Kyiv, Ukraine. You can find more of his works here and
Graphic designer and illustrator Amy Hamilton is well known for her “dream-like” portraits of beasts, both great and small. She uses both digital as well as traditional tools like graphite, gouache and ink to create her illustrations. Hamilton is based in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Her popular works have managed
See if you can try guessing what the objects shown in these photographs are. After the success of his first, hugely viral short film, anonymous artist, photographer and musician Pyanek is back with the second video in the Amazing Worlds Within Our World series. The video was made by putting together
Check out these beautiful watercolor illustrations by Asya Lisina, an illustrator based in Russia. The artist infuses her colorful artworks with her wry sense of humor to great effect. A graduate of the Russian Academy of Arts, Lisina says that she lives in a little village in the Russian woods with
Swedish photographer Olle Bengtsson turned boring mathematical equations into something visually interesting with his fun Italian Mathematics photography project. Using over 900 meters of thread, Bengtsson painstakingly suspended sticks of spaghetti in midair to “plot” the intricate 3D graphs of math equations.