Ileana Hunter is a graphite artist currently living and working in Norwich, UK. Her realistic drawings are inspired by both the fluidity of the human body and the hidden lyricism of mundane objects. Distinctive by the intricate detail work and minimalistic compositions, her pieces are in art collections throughout the world. Ileana’s gallery
It’s really tough to select the best in best! Yes I mean it. After see the whole Benheine’s Pencil Vs Camera illusion treat you’ll understand why I started the text like that.
Benheine is undoubtedly one of the most unique, innovative, and exciting artists exhibiting their work for people, he grew up in Ivory coast. “Pencil Vs Camera” is a new invented visual concept which took Benheine to the next level and the series had a bumping impact in graphic design community. It has a mix of photography, drawing, imagination and reality. Ben usually integrates an inventive hand made drawing in front of a realistic background. Ben’s hand is always clearly visible; it represents the close connection between the viewer, the artist and the artwork. Ben evolved pointillism in his arts by having the “points” be recognizable rather than “invisible”, thus adding a symbolic significance to his concepts.
Ben says: “I just make art for people. I want them to dream and forget their daily troubles. I used to write poems many years ago, I want to convey a poetic and philosophical meaning into my pictures, each new creation should tell a story and generate an intense emotion, like a poem, like a melody”.
and he says the original idea of this “Pencil Vs Camera” subject came by coincidence while he was writing a letter in his family house in Braives, Belgium. To know more about his biography and other visual works of him please visit Benheine.com.
Pencil Vs Camera – Best of Ben Heine
The quirky collection of illustrations by visual arts graduated Sabine Ten Lohuis is phenomenal and stunningly drawn, her pencil drawings are somewhat cultural, fashion and nature.
The illustrations are engaging the viewer in an attempt to piece together a narrative. Currently, Sabine is working as a freelance illustrator based in Rotterdam, Netherland. Her works often influenced by mix of traditional and a big range from modern to historical architecture from Holland city. I believe she’s amazing, and you will be amazed to no end!
Phenomenal Illustrations By Sabine Ten Lohuis
Anyone with a sense of humour and brainy will think and laugh with these Nathan W. Pyle illustrations. But what’s even more impressive about Nathan’s digital drawing is his distinctive style.
Nathan works as an illustrator and tshirt designer. He often over-think things of subjects and work on a silly idea and end with me working up in Adobe Illustrator for a more LOL effect to design the tshirts. Visitors are almost tempted to buy his cool designed tshirts because his process is so witty, But he makes a lot of shirts based on instructional diagrams. View his portfolio and interview to know about him more.
Brainy & Laughable Illustrations By Nathan W. Pyle
At first glance, itself it looks like just another epic drawing. It’s an amazing five metre fine artwork of Joe Fenton who lives in Brooklyn, New York, Joe spent ten hours a day, to create his masterpiece incredibly detailed illustration.
Artist Joe Fenton is an extremely talented guy, Using a 0.5 mechanical pen as his main tool on a five metre tall and 2.5 metre wide piece of paper, he created his hyper-detailed artwork, Inspired by darker and more surreal books from his childhood, the characters and figures of his imagination are influenced by religious references.
If you want to see the whole process of Joe’s artwork visit his behance.com/joefenton portfolio.
Surreal Pop Art Using 0.5 Mechanical Pen
Everyone can do beautiful illustrations, But some only can be unique with their arts. Florian Nicolle is a French illustrator and graphic designer who is doing such an unique illustrations which has a peppy feel. He loves to work on mostly illustration projects like movie posters, Tees, packaging, artbook and newspapers. Don’t miss his style of cooking 🙂
To know more about Florial Nicolle have a look into his Portfolio and for more illustrations see his behance portfolio
Peppy Illustrations Cooked By Florain Nicolle