Thought-Provoking Illustrations About Today’s Society

We all know that nothing is ideal. Our society included. You can find numerous things which are problematic and troubling, and we’re not too fast to work on fixing matters even though we notice them. Al Margen is an illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina, creates drawings pointing out the flaws of our times. He produces images which are sometimes louder than words and so are extremely thought-provoking. The writer himself is very critical about his works and talks about them in a genuinely artistic way: “They are children of boredom, non-conformity or anger. They’re the representation of suggestions that are discarded. They’re the garbage of the unconscious. But they are honest and more visceral than other drawings because they have no obligation. Because these were born to annoy simply because they show the imperfect.”

Humorous Redmer Hoekstra’s Illustrations

Netherlands-based artist Redmer Hoekstra draws really fascinating composite illustrations merging animals and everyday objects or machines. And you start to believe that mother nature could give a life to a lizard with computer keyboard scales or an owl with books for wings. Sometimes Redmer merges more than two object, for example, a whale emerging from a submarine, the entirety of which has the appearance of a banana. Whether you regard the pieces as humorous or slightly disturbing, it’s hard to deny the ingenious way each creature is formed. Take a look!

Creative Illustrations by Ricardo Fumanal

Today we want to show you beautiful illustrations by Ricardo Fumanal. Ricardo was born in Huesca, Spain (1984). He studied at the art school in Lleida where he specialized in graphic and advertising design. His career took him to Barcelona, where he worked as a graphic designer. After collaborating with a number of studios and art directors, he focused on producing illustrations in varying media and formats. Fumanal has made editorial illustrations for V, GQ Italia, GQ Style, Time, Dazed&Confused, German Glamour, El PaĆ­s/EP3, Marie Claire, Australian Harper’s Bazaar, Hercules, Metal, Nylon Guys, Vogue Hommes Japan, The Daily Telegraph, L’Officiel Hommes Italia, Madame Figaro, Apartamento and a great many covers for literary review Leer. His commercial clients include Lou Dalton, Revlon, Mango, Fred Perr and Richard Nichol. He lives and works in Berlin.

Funny Illustrations by Oscar Ramos

Today we want to show you creative and fun illustrations created by talented graphic designer from Santiago, Chile, Oscar Ramos. He creates great images for advertising campaigns and each image differs by unique quality, amazing attention to details and subtle humor. Perhaps you’ve seen some of images before but we offer you to check more Oscar’s works in today’s post. Have fun!

Fantasy Art – Illustrations of Elena Dudina

Todays main hero is talanted graphic artist from Spain Elena Dudina. Her beautiful artworks are great combination of magic fantasy and dark emotions. Just playing with illumination, colors, contrast she brings us something special. But the main thing is an idea. As she said “It’s like a puzzle. It’s a long process to make it perfect.” She creates photomanipulations for almost 2 years and already have such stunning results. Elena is definetly talanted artist. Enjoy!