With tiny, precise pen strokes and careful cross-hatching, Italian artist Alfred Basha captures the complexity of natural life. His drawings interweave animal figures with flora and fauna. Deer antlers are transformed into trees and craggy mountain ranges
Graphic - Work for the annual promotional calendar of the Australian paper supplier CPI. Theme: the printing process, CMYK. This illustration was developed while working for Brisbane-based design studio Creative Plantation.
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Using the gears, springs, and other parts from watches, Chicago-based artist Justin Gershenson-Gates (aka A Mechanical Mind) creates tiny robotic stea.
This Micro photograph was taken by Slinkachu, I think this photograph shows that we are making new things everyday and I like this photograph because I think it was very clever how he made it look like they were chipping off the shell of the egg because h
With her wonderfully simple and playful sketches of various food items as fashionable dresses for runway models, fashion illustrator Gretchen Roehrs shows us just how closely related food and fashion can sometimes be.
Harvest, Tanaka Tatsuya Artist creates miniature scene every day
"New York" - Eiko Ojala (Estonian illustrator, graphic designer and art director) (mix of digital illustration, paper textures, and a mix of both real and artificial shadows)