Bringing Fruits to Life – Watercolour Paintings by Marija Tiurina

Marija Tiurina is a London-based illustrator & concept artist, she takes fresh fruits and vegetables and turns them into unique watercolor characters, we must say, they look absolutely magnificent! She states what inspired her the most was the mind-blowing selection of fruits and vegetables in a greengrocer in London: “I have been picking green foods that I found intriguing and inspiring and creating characters based on those. Easy!” Check out these gorgeous illustrations below! And don’t forget about stunning paintings by Dennis Wojtkiewicz.

Futuristic World of Evgeny Kazantsev

Today we want to show you some interesting graphic illustrations by talented graphic designer from Anapa, Russian Federation – Evgeny Kazantsev. Apart from high quality performance of each illustrations you can admit a really creative scenery of each picture. Featured below illustrations were taken from different series created by Evgeny, like “Past in the Future”, “Cataclysm Happens” and “Wonders of the World”. Don’t waste your time and check them out! And enjoy!

Predators Illustrations by Maxim Shkret

A nice series of animal illustrations of a bear, a lion, a fox and an owl entitled “Predators” by Russian graphic designer Maxim Shkret. These intriguing illustrations are digitally created using a combination of four powerful graphics programs, leveraging the strengths of each program to create the depth, color, and personality of his creations. The programs include 3D Studio Max, VRay, ZBrush, and Adobe Photoshop CS5. The intense eyes and elaborate furrowed hair gives each predator a very intimidating appearance. Maxim offers prints of his predator series on Behance starting at under $23.

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 País/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.

Ironic Illustrations of Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell during his lifetime became America’s most beloved illustrator and remains so to this day. Unlike other his peers, he never dreamed of being a pilot, a soldier or a fireman. Norman always wanted to be an artist and his dream did come true, thanks to the hard work and diligence. Likely that Rockwell will retain unbeaten world record for creating covers for one magazine – or rather, more than 300 for The Saturday Evening Post. At the first glance Norman Rockwell’s illustrations seem pretty simple. But worth a closer look and you realize that in these light and cheerful paintings reflected the life of American society in the early 20th century. Ironic, colorful illustrations perform the main mission – glorify America, trumpeting loudly about the American dream. Norman Rockwell was able to look at life with smile. Want to smile – check out his illustrations, many of which are just a generator of good mood!

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!

“Life is Hard” Series by Andrei Lacatusu

Life is hard. You know it. And talented Romanian illustrator Andrei Lacatusu knows. Inspired by this truth he created a wonderful series of illustration called “Life is Hard”. All illustrations are highly professional executed and surely worthy for your attention. Check them all and choose the most interesting one!

Awesome Illustrations by Nithin Rao Kumblekar

This time we want to show you photos and illustration all-in-one. This artistically inspired series created by Indian illustrator Nithin Rao Kumblekar combines photography with artistic illustration. Each shot in the series has a completely unique theme which makes this set also worth checking out. Take a look!

Welcome to Fairy Tale

We’ve prepared something special for you at this weekend. Stunning and gorgeous illustration of graphic designer from Russia Cornacchia. While viewing her art works you will dive into sweet memories from childhood. Beautiful princesses and scary monsters, fantastic landscapes and strange creatures. You’ll find everything from fairy tales on these really awesome illustrations. Cornacchia was able to bring life on her illustration. You have to see them!

Absolutely Amazing Illustrations by David Fuhrer

Today we want to show you absolutely amazing and beautiful art works of Swiss designer David Fuhrer. He’s master of digital art and for his life won a lot of awards. Even his portfolio created with Flash won a FWA award. His interviews were featured in many Design Magazines, Art Books and other design resourses. The fan thing that he don’t think he’s talanted. "Lots of practise and practise practise practise! I don’t have any talent at all. When I started people laughed at me and told me to stop because my lack in talent." So look at these works and create your own opinion!