Women in beautiful kimono by Haruyo Morita

Haruyo Morita (森田 春代) is a Japanese artist born in Kita-Katsushika District, Saitama, Saitama Prefecture in 1945. She worked as a kimono painter until 1972. Her primary art subjects are women in beautiful kimono and idyllic settings. From an early age her artistic talents were evident, and as a schoolgirl in 1960, in despite she was only fifteen, her work ... Read More »

Pastel art by Kimura Tomohiro

Pastel art by Kimura Tomohiro is a particularly graphic serie produced by the japanese artist Kimura Tomohiro translating the code of  shin nihonga (litteraly the new japanese painting) with a soft color palette. About Kimura Tomohiro. 1973 – Birth Graduated from Takarazuka Art of Design university. 1997 – Winner of a scholarship and an award at the Opel Design Contest. 1997 ... Read More »

The Ghibli Alphabet

The ghibli alphabet, a cute project 100% Ghibli realised by the artist, Ekisha Narain. Source. Instagram : Behance : Read More »

Fat Heroes by Carlos Dattoli

The fat heroes serie has been created in 2013 by, the mexican graphic conceptor and designer, Carlos Dattoli. In a few images, the artist brings a new step in geek culture transforming our everyday healthy heroes through obesity, giving in some points a better reality of the modern society. Talented, his art will provide laugh, or fun, but it won’t ... Read More »

The ultimate Urban Graphist, Hua Tunan

Looking after Hua Tunan, one of the most impressive urban graphist i’ve been through, i had to confess than i didn’t even expected to find some urban arts at this level of tradition. And yet he is chinese. We all know how much in our media China has to be seen as a country of poor individual rights where individual ... Read More »

Bubble art by Avery Kua

Avery Kua is a canadian fanartist focused on big hit from Manga. Evangelion Cowboy Beebop Samurai Champloo Berserk Akira   A propos d’Avery Kua Digital illustrator Based in Toronto More on her personal website.  Read More »

Zoom process illustration vintage.

The following article, if i may call it “an article”, is displaying a really astonishing zoom process in an old vintage style of illustration. Obviously the succession of images works better on a facebook page or on an instagram account but you can still enjoy the idea here : You can now make the process from the bottom to the ... Read More »