Illustrations by Raphael Urwiller.
just perfect! love the colours.
Wow! Great ilustrations.
Heroes, monsters and titans, awright… these illustrations make me think of the old bible-school books we used to have to thumb through on Sundays… although these make me think way more Old Testament than King Jimmy’s version (the sequel).
following him for some time now… very nice, very nice!!!
Love this, rather excellent.
The Wyrms are probably my favourites here. Any information on what these monsters are from? I thought I saw a bit of Grendal/Beowulf in some of them at first glance, but I am pretty sure that’s not it now.
Haha, these selection seems to be about my monsters, some of them are coming from Lewis Caroll, some others coming from the matchbox labels ! Anyway thanks for the post, I love that blog, have you had a look on our expérimental publishing project ICINORI.com with Mayumi Otero? Could interest some people, most of that pictures are coming from books made for icinori…
Thanks for your interest !
Seriously amazing! Color, form, and subject are all truly great.
A selection of drawings by Ufa, Russia-based illustrator Anita Khrustaleva. More images below.
Absolutely blown away by these paintings by Monterrey, Mexico-based artist Karen Reyes, who shared her work in our July Reader Submissions post. Definitely some of the strongest work that’s been submitted to us. Have a look at more paintings below.
Artist Pema Rinzin creates contemporary works using traditional Tibetan Buddhist painting techniques. Rinzin was born in Tibet and raise in India. More images below.
Drawings by artist Jhon Douglas, found via our July Reader Submissions. More images below!
A selection of paintings by Italian artist Carlo Cane. More images below.