04 11 / 2012

My skills are from below the O in Illustrators to below the W in Web including
some Illustration, Typography, Posters and Print, Logos and Branding, Web Layouts, UX Design, Basic HTML and CSS and some SEO

My skills are from below the O in Illustrators to below the W in Web including

some Illustration, Typography, Posters and Print, Logos and Branding, Web Layouts, UX Design, Basic HTML and CSS and some SEO

(Source: clientsfromhell)

09 2 / 2012

Part of my Little Devils Collection, Yik and Yak are always born as twins. Yik’s cannot lives without Yak’s and are not seen without each other, however they do switch for mating purposes. Yik’s do not get along well with other Yik’s, and is the same for Yak’s.Tee submission for the Cute Monsters deviantWEAR Design Battle.
Please vote for my work by clicking “I’d Wear This” on DeviantART

Part of my Little Devils Collection, Yik and Yak are always born as twins. Yik’s cannot lives without Yak’s and are not seen without each other, however they do switch for mating purposes. Yik’s do not get along well with other Yik’s, and is the same for Yak’s.

Tee submission for the Cute Monsters deviantWEAR Design Battle.

Please vote for my work by clicking “I’d Wear This” on DeviantART

28 9 / 2011

Beautiful illustrations from French illustrator Gwendal La Bec — nice loose, scratchy lines and dry brush effects. Looks so effortless.

Beautiful illustrations from French illustrator Gwendal La Bec — nice loose, scratchy lines and dry brush effects. Looks so effortless.

(via drawnblog)

22 9 / 2011

Sami Petman (Finland) - Portfolio

Sami Petman (Finland) - Portfolio

(Source: curioos-arts)

20 9 / 2011

Super Mario // By: Annie Wong

Website | Etsy

Super Mario // By: Annie Wong

Website | Etsy

(via gamefreaksnz)

17 9 / 2011

I’m sure many of you went to art school and I’m assuming most of the people reading this article are designers, illustrators or others working within the world of what we reluctantly call “communication art”. When we graduated from art school, a career was promised to us. We wouldn’t spend our days covered in grape jelly, masturbating before crowds to win a spot at the Whitney Biennial—we would live normal lives, work at offices, bask in the glow of our computers. We would have stability and wouldn’t have to worry about how our “art” would pay the bills. Our parents were happy, we were happy, our fine-art friends called us sell-outs and all was right in the world.

We found our first job. After a couple years we wanted a change of pace and found a new one. Things were good. Life was easy. Mornings were spent perusing cute overload before the coffee kicked in. We designed without ever having to really deal with clients, invoicing, negotiating—all the icky businessy stuff that bums everyone out. Our left-brain atrophied.”


By Jessica Hische

(Source: catchyasacactus, via rickylinn-deactivated20121030)

12 9 / 2011

Marcos Morales (Argentina)

Marcos Morales (Argentina)

(Source: curioos-arts)

07 9 / 2011

Dream Feeling from Poorly Drawn Lines

Dream Feeling from Poorly Drawn Lines

(Source: ianbrooks)

22 8 / 2011

curioos-arts:

Lok Ng (China) - Curioos

curioos-arts:

Lok Ng (China) - Curioos

(Source: curioos-arts)

21 8 / 2011

TV by Ryan Hall

Artist: deviantart / website

TV by Ryan Hall

Artist: deviantart / website

(Source: ianbrooks)