Posts Tagged ‘illustration’

Noma Bliss

04Sep14

Auburn, NY Artist Noma Bliss, who also works with her husband Jim Bliss, spent 25 years as an illustrator and designer. “Her aim as an artist is to invoke love, kindness, compassion, and empathy for one another and the world we inhabit. We are all responsible for the future of our planet”. I was drawn […]


Marta Biesla

04Mar13

These beautifully surreal illustrations are the work of Marta Bielsa of Madrid, Spain. I love them all but my favorites are the classic children’s portraits that also feature Furbys and Trolls and who hasn’t had a bad hair day like the one above? Visit the website or Behance to see more.   pb Images:Behance/Content:Eclectic Living Home


These stunning illustrations by Greece-based Christina Papagianni, a.k.a. XRIS, are provocatively full of raw emotions and innuendo. Her attention to detail allows you to feel as though you can really see into the eyes of her subjects and share their feelings. See more of her work on Deviant Art.   pb


Twin sisters Anna and Elena Balbusso of Milan, Italy are the creators of these lovely illustrations. They have been published by many companies and publishers around the world in everything from ads, children’s books, newspapers, and magazines to classic novels, the first few are from “Eugene Onegin”. They have been awarded the Gold Medal in […]


Mydeadpony

14Feb13

My Dead Pony a.k.a. Raphaël Vicenza of Brussels, Belgium, is a self taught artist that mixes digital media,watercolors, and sketches to create these works that are heavily influenced by graffiti, fashion, and street art. While beautiful they also touch on various topics or feelings that are common to many. Visit his website to learn and see […]


These delightfully quirky and colorful spaces are home to Haydn and Terri Cornner along with their two daughters and chocolate Lab, Doris. Haydn is a painter, illustrator, and graphic artist whose work leans toward the surreal, having been influenced by Hieronymus Bosch and Fergus Hall just to mention a few. The house vibrates with color and […]


Sarah Watts

28Jan13

Atlanta-based Sarah Watts left the corporate world after working for Carter and International Greetings and now as a freelance artist “works 24-7 and loves it.  Her first published book gig, The Tilting House written by Tom Llewelyn, she illustrated at the age of 23.  She will not rest until a shark eats her or she is abducted by aliens.” […]