Robert Bowen

A collection of drawings that features animal-machine hybrids from Robert Bowen, a combination the bodies of various insects and fishes with engines parts and propellers. 

Bowen describes his own work as “strange, swirling brew of colorful contradiction that is not easy to define or even understand”. 

Google Doodle


Google has changed the logo on its search engine to an illustration depicting five sports to celebrate the opening of the Commonwealth Games. 
The doodle, drawn by Scottish artist Ciaran Murphy, features figures wrestling, track cycling, hammer throwing and playing badminton and bowls. Unlike most Google Doodles, this one only subtly implies the letters in the company’s name. The wheels of the bicycles form the two ‘o’s, for instance. High-res

Google Doodle

Google has changed the logo on its search engine to an illustration depicting five sports to celebrate the opening of the Commonwealth Games. 

The doodle, drawn by Scottish artist Ciaran Murphy, features figures wrestling, track cycling, hammer throwing and playing badminton and bowls. Unlike most Google Doodles, this one only subtly implies the letters in the company’s name. The wheels of the bicycles form the two ‘o’s, for instance.

Time-consuming: A scene from Shanghai, which took Ms Lee six weeks to complete. 'It's the most complex and challenging piece I've done so far,' she reveals Beautif-owl: This image, entitled Night Beauty, is a drawing from last year, and is one of Ms Lee's earlier forays into graphite drawing Vivid: This is one of the artist's rare color drawings, and depicts an exotic Great Hornbill
Feathery friend: Macaw parrots are one of Ms Lee's favorite subjects to draw Thirsty work: This drawing was copied from a photograph taken by the artist's father, Melvin Lee, and took her four weeks to complete (pictured) Elegant: An artichoke, one of Ms Lee's unusual departures from the humans and birds she mainly works on Minute detail: The artist copies from the photographs using a grid system, filling in her page square by square Quizzical: This portrait, entitled Sebastian, is of a random Instagram user, who Ms Lee approached and was then given permission to use Searing: Ms Lee, who is Malaysian, draws her images from photographs, and says she wanted to capture the 'intensity of her gaze' for this portrait Captivating: Artist Monica Lee uses graphite pencils and smudging tools to produce complex, photorealist drawings, including this one (pictured) entitled Alisa

Monica Lee

From afar, these images look like black and white photographs, and up close, they might appear to be the work of digital enhancement.

In fact, these exquisite portraits and still lifes are simply the work of graphite pencils, smudging tools, and the steady hand of artist Monica Lee

Tommy Chandra

Using his background in architecture and talent for design, Tommy creates amazing, clean, sleek, and stylish vector art. Inspired by everyday life, Tommy certainly loves geometries and all things vintage. Tommy has worked on numoreous advertising and editorial commissions.

Tuomas Markunpoika

These wooden vases are certainly beautiful, but you might not guess what they’re actually made of. Finnish artist Tuomas Markunpoika, of Studio Markunpoika, glues hundreds of pencils together in sheets and then used a machine lathe to carve them down into these bizarre and beautiful vases.

"I want to design objects that endure time, objects that you fall in love with and will not throw away," he added. "I don’t believe I can achieve the same visual effect with other materials."

Anna Marinenko

Ukrainian designer Anna Marinenko has drawn a symbolic and visual connection between noise and nature for ‘sound form wave’.

She has composed a series of graphic expressions which compare the two otherwise disparate images side-by-side, matching them together into a single picture.

Oakoak

Humorous Urban Interventions on the Streets of France by OakOak. 

Oakoak relies on a keen sense of observation to create his humorous interventions on walls, streets, and sidewalks. Cracks and crumbling infrastructure become the backdrop for superheroes and other pop culture characters who interact with their surrounds in unexpected ways.