Australian illustrator James Gulliver Hancock jeopardizes accurate perspective , proportion and color to add a childlike, colorful and playful interpretation of buildings. The sketches are from his new book “All the Buildings in New York *That I’ve Drawn So Far” by Universe Publishing (Rizzoli). It would be so nice if the city was really looking like that!
Watercolor artworks by Oakland based illustrator Gabrielle Rose
Illustrations from the personal work of London based graphic designer George Younan
Illustration for an upcoming project from Bonsoir Paris, a French multi-media creative agency founded by Remy Clémente and Morgan Maccari.
Dive in already by Brooklyn based illustrator Monica Ramos
More brilliant monochrome illustrations by young Japanese creator Soga Kayoko
Kayoko describes her work:
“I want to pick up feelings like a feeling of wrongness, a feeling of floating, and a feeling of being not cheerful but not gloomy that are usually overlooked in our everyday life, such as sleeping, eating, brushing teeth, and spending time without doing anything.”