• pixography:

Yoshitaka Amano

    pixography:

    Yoshitaka Amano

  • 2 weeks ago
  • mortisia:

Yoshitaka Amano edit

    mortisia:

    Yoshitaka Amano 
    edit

  • 2 weeks ago
  • haruka58-3-4:

天野喜孝 鬼譚草紙 / Yoshitaka Amano Otherwise frank

    haruka58-3-4:

    天野喜孝 鬼譚草紙 / Yoshitaka Amano Otherwise frank

  • 2 weeks ago
  • ashmackenzie:

    fezzine:

    Even though I saw her livestream (you can check it out here) the sketches for these, I was still completely floored when Ashley Mackenzie sent these pieces. Look at them! Oh and in the zine, these are printed back to back so that it feels like you’re entering the door - they’re beautiful and functional!

    Also many congratulations to Ashley for being our third contributor in this year’s Spectrum Annual! So proud of you, girl!

    My Fezzine pieces are out! I was so excited to be a part of this project as it gave me an excuse to finally finish one of my favourite games and make something about it with lots of other cool folk. Thanks to Kevin for organizing and putting all this together!

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  • red-lipstick:

Wolf Erlbruch (b. 1948,  Wuppertal, Germany) - Illustration from Duck, Death and the Tulip (German title: Ente, Tod und Tulpe), 2007     Book Illustrations

    red-lipstick:

    Wolf Erlbruch (b. 1948,  Wuppertal, Germany) - Illustration from Duck, Death and the Tulip (German title: Ente, Tod und Tulpe), 2007     Book Illustrations

    (via rainbownotation)

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  • sbosma:

    GATHERERS, another new one for SooJin Buzelli at PlanSponsor. This is for an article about how healthcare and retirement planning can work in unison.

    I liked all my sketches for this, though, as usual, only one of them actually works for the prompt. It usually takes me a bit to really suss out the core of the article. There’s a balance that the working sketch strikes that none of the others do.

    When these projects pop up, and I can more or less draw anything, as long as it relates back to the topic, I almost always try to exhaust whatever current topic my mind is focused on, before trying different subject matter. Last time it was knights, this time it was strange animals. 

    I usually get a lot of color advice from Kali, but she had a bigger hand in this one than usual. Pretty much steered the whole ship for a little while.

  • 2 weeks ago
  • rfmmsd:

    Artist:

    Ivan Alifan

    "Painting of Elly Smallwood"

    Oil on Canvas

    93” x 84” 

    2014

    (via amongrunaways)

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  • leslieseuffert:

    Ikenaga Yasunari is a 1965-born Japanese artist. His paintings depict beautiful women, whose expressions and postures suggest a dreamy atmosphere. Ikenaga’s paintings also showcase exquisite textile pattern designs. His subjects are always women of modern times, but at the same time, the Nihonga painting style reflects ancient Japanese traditions, which gives his works a timeless feel. He creates his art by dropping Japanese paints into the canvas that he calls “linen cloth”, with a Menso brush. 

    (via amongrunaways)

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