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Artist Nacho Huizar

Bon voyage · Illustration on Behance

Invierno divertido-Mary Charles

Winter Fun Art Print by Mary Charles. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days. Choose from multiple sizes and hundreds of frame and mat options.

Lamai McCartan: January 2015

There's always time for tea - bird and teacup illustration by artist Lamai Anne

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Cool series of illustrations by Juanco, a versatile artist and designer based in Lima, Peru. More illustrations via Behance

Eden. Art Print by Marija Tiurina | Society6

Eden. Art Print

Rodgers told BuzzFeed Life that she, “stepped outside of my normal process with a brush. I love experimenting with different mediums and methods.” | This Fashion Illustrator Painted Oscars Gowns Using Only Q-Tips

Rodgers told BuzzFeed Life that she, "stepped outside of my normal process with a brush. I love experimenting with different mediums and methods."

<p>Pachamama is a project by Chilean Art Director Cristobal Ramirez. These gorgeous illustrations are his own interpretation of (for the most part) Latin America chief & warrior ancestors. Be sur

Pachamama by Cristobal Ramirez

Pachamama is a project by Chilean Art Director Cristobal Ramirez. These gorgeous illustrations are his own interpretation of (for the most part) Latin America chief & warrior ancestors. Be sure to check all the stories behind each of the characters!

Celebrating the work of British Black Arts Movement pioneer Lubaina Himid

Celebrating the work of British Black Arts Movement pioneer Lubaina Himid

"Waterlife is a very special book. It is fit for any child’s bookshelf or adult’s coffee table. Whereas there is no storyline in the traditional picture book sense, there is a story in its art and the making of the book. Illustrated in his version of the Mithila tradition of folk art, artist and author Rambharos Jha depicts several creatures of the water in 12 spreads."

"Waterlife is a very special book. It is fit for any child’s bookshelf or adult’s coffee table. Whereas there is no storyline in the traditional picture book sense, there is a story in its art and the making of the book. Illustrated in his version of the Mithila tradition of folk art, artist and author Rambharos Jha depicts several creatures of the water in 12 spreads."

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