Antique portrait subjects reveal their inner thoughts in øjeRum’s evocative layered works.
New York artist Kat Chamberlin takes her graphite compositions to a higher plane.
Designer Jennifer Bouron marries digital prowess with a penchant for handmade craftsmanship.
A careful consideration of cultural lineage fills the lines of Edwige Charlot’s intrepid botanical prints.
Pristinely stacked floral collages by Tel Aviv artist, Ayala Tal, encourage love and respect for all genders.
Elliana Esquivel turns her anxieties into sharply-drawn illustrations with a subtly inspiring twist.
Oriane Safré-Proust's blue and red illustrations depict ladies celebrating their sexuality in various states of undress.
A Korean artist illustrates from the heart in her visual diary of daily life.
In Joshua Tree, California, artist Eric Petersen is turning digital artworks into handmade translucent illustrations.
Katharina Grosse's energetic paintings owe the tagger's aerosol bottle for its unique textures.
Artist Mark Bradley-Shoup flattens the American landscape with a few slashes of an x-acto blade.
These gilded illustrations tell us about a playful and surreal world.