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Creative Art & Illustrations Inspiration – November 2021

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Check out this month’s curated collection of the best art and illustration projects. Featured artists and their artworks include 3D & digital art, portrait drawings, sketches, paintings and many more.

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Artwork by Guaymi

Jungles of Panama II - NFT version of a original Painting on 85g artist paper – mixed media application (wax, crayon, acrylic, water color, marker and felt tip)
Jungles of Panama II – NFT version of a original Painting on 85g artist paper – mixed media application (wax, crayon, acrylic, water color, marker and felt tip)

 

Translucent Fields - NFT version of a original Painting on 85g artist paper – mixed media application (wax, crayon, acrylic, water color, marker and felt tip)
Translucent Fields – NFT version of a original Painting on 85g artist paper – mixed media application (wax, crayon, acrylic, water color, marker and felt tip)

 

My Mind as Van Gogh - NFT version of a original Painting on 85g artist paper – mixed media application (wax, crayon, acrylic, water color, marker and felt tip)
My Mind as Van Gogh – NFT version of a original Painting on 85g artist paper – mixed media application (wax, crayon, acrylic, water color, marker and felt tip)

Submitted by Guaymi Art

 

Destiny by Samantha McClellan

Submitted by Samantha McClellan
God makes a way where there once was none. The two see each other in a far off distance and hear each other’s voice for the first time and it only takes one look to know there is something special about this moment. Man and woman are intertwined in what one may say a chosen path even prior to existence. There is beauty that surrounds them. God’s destiny for life is bigger than one can comprehend. Through union the creation of life begins.

 

NONAKA by Jamie Givens

 

October Sketches by Kubra Aslan Ertap

 

BEINGS – Backgrounds by Tom Clohosy Cole

 

COLLECTED • Explorations 22 by Wes Cockx

 

PEAKY BLINDERS- Portraits by Yann Dalon

 

Marischa Becker’s Art

Submitted by Marischa Becker
My name is Marischa Becker, a Digital Artist from Johannesburg South Africa, born in 1993.

I started discovering art from December 2017 as before this I was a portrait Photographer. Experimenting on Photoshop brought forward a whole new life path I wanted to pursue and I went all into it. I found my passion and all I want to do is create and become better in my craft and in my passion.

I started off as a photo manipulation artist and in February 2021 I decided to grow more into my art and learned 3D as well, now I combine both 2D and 3D tools to create the art I am passionate about.

I love to tell stories through my art, sometimes I have a colorful and light story to tell and other times I have deeper and darker stories I want to tell. My art is always constantly developing and changing. The future looks bright and I am excited to see where my journey goes. As an artist I am here for the long run. This is my journey and I have so much stories to tell.

 

CINÉ Club by Mathieu Boudot

 

Cats and Dogs part 6 by Lola Dupre

 

Endangered Animals by ibrahim rayintakath, Duck Knees and NeoMam Studios

 

Whale by Nick Kumbari for Holy Motors

 

Samurai Series by Bogdan Katsuba

Submitted by Bogdan Katsuba
This is a series of illustrations inspired by traditional Japanese art, samurai, geishas, and spirits. They are used in designer posters, street art, and limited edition stickers.

The designer creates these images in minimalistic style, still maintaining the basic features of the character. The colors have a strong visual impact when paired with bold lines and simple composition, creating a memorable image.

The themes are a confrontation of the good and the evil, portraying the designer’s own feelings and childhood memories.

View the full project

 

That 50s Catalog Style by Isaac LeFever

 

Music Performance Group by Sanpei Hirado

 

Libro del Caballero Zifar by Toing Froing and Airin Kloavet

 

Spring Explorer by Jeremiah Shaw

 

Editorial Illustrations by ibrahim rayintakath

Illustration for De Correspondent by ibrahim rayintakath
Illustration for De Correspondent – How do young people deal with grief and what can adults learn from it? The death of his older brother gave Amir a kind of protective layer. “I now know how to handle grief .”
The Telephone Booth – An abandoned telephone booth turns out to be a sacred space where you could communicate with the afterlife AD: Isabelle van Hemert
Children on Death and Loss- Illustration for De Correspondent – Part 2 of ‘How do children deal with grief and what can adults learn from it?’ To find out, the author talks to children about death, sadness, and loss.

 

Illustration for Zetland – New technology can save lives, help the climate – and perhaps create wiser children. But the Nobel laureate behind warns against “changing the code of life” AD: Julie Ravn Hansen

 

Characters by Andrey Lavrishchev and Katerina Legusheva

 

TOGIWA by TOGIWA AMIU

Submitted by Togiwa Amiu
I use various techniques sensitively, such as oil, acrylic, paper cutouts, and pointillism. Human beings live by influencing each other. My coloring is as if we are eating each other’s colors.People also share existence, time, and language, and love is born in every moment. As humanity evolves from various experiences in the past, a deep love is born.

2021 December 16-23, participating in the international exhibition “sacrifice” at Mads Art Gallery, a contemporary international art gallery.

He will participate in a virtual exhibition that will be shown simultaneously at two venues in Milan, Italy and Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain.

 

A Little Book of Information Design From Analogue To Digital And Back by Martyna Benedyka

How to document sound - sketches by Martyna Benedyka
How To Document Sound
Studio hours tracking - sketches by Martyna Benedyka
Studio Hours Tracking
The frequencies - sketches by Martyna Benedyka
The Frequencies
Day 3 - A Dialogue Between 11 And 7 - sketches by Martyna Benedyka
Day 3 – A Dialogue Between 11 And 7
Telegram Sounds - sketches by Martyna Benedyka
Telegram Sounds

Submitted by Martyna Benedyka
A Little Book Of Information Design From Analogue To Digital And Back
A Little Book is a hand-drawn visualization of sounds around me in chronological order. It acts as a personal timeline in which I examine sound structures by tracking social media, human interactions or environmental sounds. It is a work in progress which is trying to find a response to: “How to document sound?”

The first part of this project was created during my virtual residency. Using colors and symbols, I track sound intensity, types of sound and its frequencies, listening to music as well as studio hours, sent and received messages, questions or conversations, among others.

 

Watercolors by Keerthana NA

 

Old Japanese Children’s play Ⅱ by mayumi isshiki

 


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