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Poem of the Day: from Kokoro by Natsume Soseki

“I often laughed, and you often gave me a dissatisfied look, till you pressed me to unfold my past before you as if it were a roll of pictures. It was then I felt respect for you. Because you unreservedly … Continue reading

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Marie Antoinette by Jen Yoon

This approach to Marie Antoinette’s biography by Illustrator Jen Yoon is a brillant juxtaposition of cause and consequence in mirrored, balanced compositions. Behance / Facebook

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Kate Baylay

Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in illustration from the University of the West of England in 2011, Kate Baylay (previously) has already found her freelance skills in demand from leading publishers and others. Work that is at once both … Continue reading

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3 Days March

These charming artworks are by Sydney-based artist Yan Qin Weng (aka Loika). “I make sanctuaries for myself from the places in my head — mountain ranges, narrow alleyways, canopy shadows. If stories were air then I’d breathe my best with a … Continue reading

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Book Covers and Other Impressive Illustrations by Jon Foster

“Museum of Thieves” (digital) © Jon Foster Jon Foster graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1989 with a BFA in Illustration. His works have appeared in publications such as National Geographic, Universal Orlando, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, … Continue reading

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Folktales from Around the World by Matt Rockefeller

 The Fisherman and the Gruagach of Tricks (Ireland) Matt Rockefeller is a freelance illustrator and visual development artist who received his BFA in illustration with a concentration in animation at the Maryland Institute College of Art. He specializes in creating … Continue reading

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New! The Narrative Illustrations of Chiara Bautista aka Milk (pt. 2)

Chiara Bautista (previously) is an elusive and elliptical artist. What may I say about her? She is Mexican and each of her artworks is a visual embodiment of complex and elaborate stories about love, life, music and beautiful monsters. “As … Continue reading

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The Invisible People Told by Jin Young Yu

Myself / Them is the first solo exhibition in the United States by South Korea-based artist Jin Young Yu. Through the artist’s nearly invisible renderings of emotionally complex individuals, she dramatizes the pressures in contemporary life between how we are expected … Continue reading

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The Narrative Illustrations of Chiara Bautista (aka Milk)

Chiara Bautista is an elusive and elliptical artist. What may I say about her? She is Mexican and each of her artworks is a visual embodiment of complex and elaborate stories about love, life, music and beautiful monsters. “As for … Continue reading

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360°Book by Yusuke Oono

Sweet Home 360°Books Open to Reveal 360 Degrees of Cut Paper Illustrations. “The initial idea of this 360 degree book is -Expressing one scene of story in 3 dimensional way using a whole page of book- There are two concepts … Continue reading

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