Sheffield based self-taught artist Craww is the creator of these haunting illustrations above; Aquarium, Echo. Many of his works explore skulls, girls and crows. Nice mix!
Artist and Illustrator Sarah Howell uses anatomy in such a bold, confident way with bright colours. Simply named from top to bottom; Love, Hate, Happy Skeleton, Sad Skeleton Images © … Continue reading
Graphic artist Ryo Sakuma creates some beautiful and bizarre compositions of images. These two above are two anatomical examples; ‘Swim in myself’ (top), ‘Unstability’ (bottom). Images © Ryo Sakuma.
A mathematical looking digital heart here by illustrator Alexandre Delaunay. See more of his work here.
As light drift away form Anka’s usual topic of glamour and beauty, but with the same illustrative style and a splash of colour. See more of her works here.
I appear to be featuring quite a few of these graphic style artists depicting women’s innards – great stuff! This one is by Austrian artist Benny Nero. Time Wounds All … Continue reading
Polish artist Magdalena Dukiewicz (living in Spain) describes her work as surrealism in coloured pencils. See more of her work here.
Cat O’Neil’s illustrations have an distinctive oriental flavour and style. Based in Edinburgh, she illustrates for a wide range of clients. See more of her work on her site.
Ana Bagayan‘s little alien drawings with doll-like features are a progression from her very feminine paintings of girls. [Found on BeautifulDecay]