As part of his ongoing series 'Daily Drawings', Ohio-based graphic designer and illustrator Derek Myers publishes every day a new ink illustration on his blog.
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Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes (aka Sketchy Stories) is best known for his intricate Moleskine Doodles.Using only ordinary black pens, Kerby creates incredibly elaborate illustrations. Abstract lines, shapes and animals are combined to create massive compositions depicting his everyday experiences...
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American artist Andrew Chase is the man behind this impressive collection of animal-inspired steampunk sculptures made from recycled metal.His artworks, not only look mechanical, they are also designed to work in a realistic manner.See more steampunk mechanical sculptures on Chase Studio. Mechanical...
West Virginia-based artist Brett Kern creates interesting ceramic sculptures that appear to be inflatable toys. Although the pieces look inflatable and soft, these are made out of clay and ceramic glazes.Several of his sculptures are available at his Etsy...
Arizona-based sculptor Tom Eckert creates mind-boggling wood sculptures that appear to be everyday objects. His life-size pieces are made entirely of wood and then painted using various spray and brush techniques.Tom Eckert received his M.F.A. degree from Arizona State University,...
These amazingly expressive dog sculptures were created by UK-based artist Helen Thompson (aka Holy Smoke). Each piece is unique and was handcrafted using wire, natural linen and vintage textiles.The sculptures are available for purchase in different sizes through Helen...
Athens-based designer and architect Katerina Kamprani has reimagined formerly useful everyday objects in such way that will make you feel uncomfortable and frustrated.A pair of rain boots without the toes, a bowl with a hole in the bottom, an...

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