sveltte:

This comic was a long-term assignment for school. We had free reign to do whatever we wanted as long as we used imagery from a series of field trips, so I ended up doing a comic about some feelings stuff that I was trying to figure out over the course of the semester.

Ken Tackett

Kentackettart.com

http://kentackettillustration.tumblr.com

Providence by Dianna Xu

Anonymous said: A short while ago you posted a piece entitled “The Fox” by Yoshi Yoshitani. This artist posted the image by itself on their blog—why did you repost it instead of reblogging? While a general source was provided, the artist deserves the notes and attention for that post specifically. They only have 3 notes on their original post; I’m sure they would appreciate knowing that others are enjoying their work.

I get messages like this every now and then. But people need to realize that the majority of the art here is work the artist themselves have submitted. Furthermore I don’t usually repost art, and if I do it’s set up where it’s in a large art set rather than one piece of work as you would typically see in an artist posts. If you have been following my blog you would know that I do reblog right from the artists quite frequently. 

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Meghan Howland

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The FoxBy Yoshi YoshitaniFollow them on Tumblr!

The Fox
By Yoshi Yoshitani
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catwoman by Gianluca Mattia

paperpanther:

Keeping with our avian theme today, PP’s Pádraig’s swan obsession in effect

supersonicart:

Phil Noto!

Recent work by the infallible Phil Noto:

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By Deshi Deng
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By Deshi Deng

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juliancallos:

“Night-Blooming”
Acrylic and gouache on Rives BFK
8.25” x 10.5”

Here’s my piece for this year’s “Suggestivism” show, curated by Nathan Spoor and hosted this time by Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. The show opens August 16th, from 8:30-11pm and runs till September 6th.

Since the show is subtitled “Chronology,” I wanted to play around with the idea of a time shift and decided to have a seemingly sun bleached daytime scene bordering a nighttime scene, with the moonflowers from the border in full bloom.

Hope you can make it to the show to see the piece in person along with the incredible work by the other artists! Check out that line-up!

Design for “Death” Tarot card

by JULIA IREDALE
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Design for “Death” Tarot card

by JULIA IREDALE

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