Since high school, Jeanette Hayes has archived hundreds of thousands of images from the surface web.
Istanbul-based artist Aytaç Armağan's pencil sketches reveal the bare bones behind his technique.
We already can't wait to see what Ana Paula Guerra Lomas has in store.
Filmmaker-turned-illustrator Vincent Bal has found his muse in the shadows... of everyday objects.
Paige Jiyoung Moon's works depict young people hanging out.
Brian Butler has drawn more than 17,000 bands in over 25 cities. Even better? He draws them on the spot.
Korean comic artist Kim Jung Gi breaks out of the panel and into large scale illustrations.
A three-person show at the beinArt Gallery in Australia has us curious.
Edda Gimnes' fashions aren't just based on sketches—they are sketches.
Inspired by the 1920s, the illustrator’s lace and lingerie-filled works are like dirty little diary entries.
"A digital nicorette patch," a "girlfriend mute button," call it what you will—Fat Tag is the digital black book of your wildest inhalant-induced dreams.