Through illustration and photo manipulation, French artist Maena Paillet creates a magical realm of permanent dusk that is as peaceful as it is sinister. Find more by the artist on her ArtStation page.
The satirical illustrations of Daniel Garcia pretty much speak for themselves. No matter who you are, odds are there will be something here to offend.
American artist and illustrator Ed Binkley has been featured numerous time in Spectrum, the annual anthology of the best in fantastic art. I got the chance to go to the Spectrum con in Kansas City […]
Russian artist Olya Bossak, AKA Reycat, makes surreal and moving illustrations of cryptids, creatures, and animorphic humanoids, such as her “alternate angels,” which put the downward-facing wings under the arms. The change is subtle but […]
The creatures and sprites of Tom Roberts, which have adorned posters and book covers, are opulent with detailed linework. One expects he could create the most fantastical tarot. Be sure to visit the artist’s online […]
Dutch production artist and illustrator Wouter Gort continues to be an influence on my writing, particularly my novel-in-progress, first in a planned series called Science Crimes Division. Perhaps I’ll hire him to draw the graphic […]
The rash and beautiful demigods and heroes of Los Angeles-based game artist Elena Bespalova charge into their fate or fall to it tragically. Rebels all, her characters have more adventure than sense as they dive […]
Operating comfortably in the street art domain, illustrator and designer Samuel Thorne makes outrageous posters, album covers, and graffiti-like adverts and sticker art. Find more by the artist on his webpage.
‘Look at them,’ mother Troll said. ‘Look at my sons! You won’t find more beautiful trolls on this side of the moon’ John Albert Bauer (1882–1918) was a Swedish painter and illustrator best known for […]
I’ve used several of these as title images, so it’s only fair Ms. Dvornikova, an artist from St. Petersburg, Russia, gets a post to herself. It looks like she has a book out now, too. […]