The Netherlands is very flat, just like these beautiful illustrations from Dutch designer Timo Kuilder.
Cally Lathey’s Illustrated Map of London is lovely, as is everything else in her portfolio.
Nanna Koekoek’s illustration work is really charming – deceptively simple, but strangely lovable, reminiscent of the legendary Quentin Blake.
US Illustrator Michele Melcher’s portfolio features some great illustration work.
Check out illustrator Amit Shimoni’s “World Leaders as Hipsters” portraits.
Discovered the work of J. J. McCullough via this Medium article. Credit to him, he has some excellent hair action (head and facial) going on
Noticed this rather late – Go Vote – a site where artists come together to encourage people to vote. Lots of nice work on there,
Freddy Arenas – outstanding name, outstanding illustrator. Portfolio here, Tumblr this way.
Stumbled across Rachelle Scarfó’s blog today whilst looking for some reference material for a project. Her website is worth a look too.
Commodore Format had some half decent illustrations back in the 90s. As a Spectrum aficionado I sadly failed to notice.
There’s plenty of nice work to enjoy on Jasmine Hortop’s website , and she’s a bit tasty too. She’s also a fan of a book I know well, Tiny Little Fly , so it’s apparent she has impeccable taste.
Illustrator and Graphic Designer Christopher King’s portfolio boasts some fine work , including this poster for The Good, The Bad and The Ugly .
I now understand why my father worked the moustache look for the best part of 20 years.
Nice to see that our friends at Premiere Storyboards are blogging .
UK-based illustrator Edward Cheverton has a simple-yet-compelling drawing style, vaguely reminiscent of Georges Remi / Hergé . Credit to the lad, he’s earning plaudits for his work .
Jock illustrator Edward McGowan’s website is well worth a gander.
Cachetejack is Nuria Bellver and Raquel Fanjul. Their website boasts illustrations that are nicer than a Charles Bronson sandwich.
Saul Bass illustrated a children’s book in the 1960s. … Bass, nice work.
Mitch Blunt draws pictures. He’s a bit tasty at doing so, you should check him out.
Illustrator Antoine Corbineau’s “Traditional Products of Italy” poster is proper two thumbs fresh, to the maximum.
Illustrator Jesse Lefkowitz’s portfolio boasts some striking work. Two Thumbs Fresh!
I discovered the wonderful work of Kozo Kakimoto yesterday in a second-hand bookstore. It’s a shame there’s so little of his work online – Mr Bear’s various adventures are well worth seeking out.
Digging the Fauna Friends series of posters by Family Tree .
Listening to the soundtrack of In The Heat Of The Night today reminded me how good the original poster artwork is.
Illustrator Caitlin Clarkson’s Animal Alphabet (abbreviated to the rather ugly moniker ‘Anibet’) is very pretty indeed. Digging the J for Jaguar … sadly X is not for XJS in this instance.
Her broad client base includes a host of household names including The Guardian, Orange, Nike and Sainsbury’s. Her illustration for World Poker Tour magazine, above, almost makes me hanker for a game of poker myself.
Aussie illustrator Melanie Matthews ‘ work makes me smile.
It’s fair to say that it doesn’t really serve any sort of meaningful purpose. Still, despite living there, illustrator, Gwenola Carrere has some delightful work in her portfolio.
The recently-departed Peter Falk, better known as Columbo , would surely appreciate this abstract portrait .