Reinações de Narizinho is a juvenile book written by Brazilian author Monteiro Lobato. This book is a deluxe edition released in 2019 by Companhia das Letrinhas.
Poster for the short movie "Adeus Velho Amigo", directed by Dario Alvarez and Bruno Sabongi. The short tells the story of a old man in a retirement home, that sees himself as a young Dom Quixote and has plans of escaping the facility.
Estudio Santa Rita -
Estudio Santa Rita
"The pursuit of Happiness" Cover of Ethic magazine. The article talks that sometimes we search happiness that is fictitious and it will never be enough. We are living in a society where everything changes very quickly and we really never satisfied with what we have; we always want more.
David Acevedo (DAQ)
Where the ideas flow. The cover is a typographic exercise with the word “yorokobu”. Yorokobu is an Spanish cultural and lifestyle magazine. It's a publication to be inspired and to let the imagination run free. The illustration recreates an impossible architecture where the intuition and the illusion have more power than the reason. It’s a suggestive space in which you have to look to see, in which you have to think to understand.
While their parents are sleeping in, a young bookworm sneaks out of bed with one goal in mind: to spend the day reading. Each story is a journey, a world of wonders, a possibility. "Ratón de Biblioteca" is an illustrated love letter to books, a celebration of reading in a child's imagination.
ARGENTINA / GERMANY
Eduardo Patricio Altube
Eclipse. This illustration shows a crowd looking at the sky when an eclipse is taking place. Representative : Fernanda Cohen
Personal Work, Used for self-promotion.
EL SALVADOR / USA
Francisca Alvarez Sánchez
Francisca Alvarez Sánchez
La historia comienza con un desastre. Una muerte. Entre escombros, una mujer emprende un viaje sin rumbo por ruinas que van cobrando vida. Desde lo subterráneo viene a fertilizar lo muerto. A su paso arrastra calaveras y van creciendo jardines.
Across the Bay, the story of a PuertoRrican kid looking for his father in Old San Juan Puerto Rico.
Across The Bay
Opened in 1831, Dublin Zoo is right in the heart of the city. This illustration took part in a series which celebrates the fact that the zoo & its animals have been part of this historic landscape for so long.
Personal project used as a self promotion work.
PERÚ / USA
A series of empowered women, created in iPad.
Las ilustraciones forman parte del fanzine “Vecinas“ editado y publicado en junio de 2019 por la editorial Patas de cabra, Argentina. Es un poema totalmente ilustrado sobre las mujeres como hermandad, como energía grupal, fuertes, audaces, curvas y enteras siempre.
This illustration depicts the lyrics of the song, The Powerful Law, a cumbia song traditional in Colombia, my homeland. The lyrics tell that despite the choices made in life, being rich or poor, all of us will end in the grave, and we can't take any material objects. That is the Powerful Law.
Simulated Vision 2019 A Self portrait from a vision, a glimpse into another dimension. Part Cosmic Race Series, a dreamlike world coming from feelings and nostalgic memories based on Mexican folklore and a representation between a combination of my pleasures, fears and desires.
The Office of Missing Children. This animated documentary short tells the story of 6-year-old Wilson and his mother, Tonita, who were detained by US Border Patrol before being separated and held by a private contractor for months. While the two have since been reunited, their immigration status is still in question.
Based on a self written short story.
Legend has it that a young woman from a tribe in the Amazon was so infatuated by the Moon that she would chase it at night, climbing up hills in hopes of turning into a star and follow it into the skies. One night however, the young woman saw the reflection of the moon in the river, and reached for it ultimately drowning. The moon recognizing her sacrifice, transformed the young woman into a different type of star, the Vitória-Régia, the star of the waters.
Natalia Cardona Puerta
'The Longing' is an ode to silent & thoughtful nights. Lonely instants we gift ourselves to cherish distant memories, to mourn long lost ones, and to appreciate the immensity of the dark open sky. Experimental - Mixed media
Protecting Traditions. Editorial cartoon on the violent ritual of torture that is bullfighting.
Daniel Castro Maia
Songs to Listen at the Beach. What do you do in a sunny day? This is a poster advertising an online playlist of upbeat Brazilian and other Latin music, centered around the cavaquinho, a Brazilian four-stringed guitar, similar to a ukelele.
BRAZIL / USA
Sandra Conejeros Fuentes
"Busco Encuentro Cuántos Cuento" it`s a book based on 12 classic fairy tales. In each one, the lost objects must be searched and counted. As a plus, you can find an extra character in every scene: a small frog that is looking for his hat. Also the illustrations change colours according to the seasons of the year. Edited by Ulla Books
MICA Maryland Institute College of Art
This vector illustration is a personal tribute to Jorge Luis Borges amazing short story LA BIBLIOTECA DE BABEL I wanted to contain the full story in one single image in order to show with a few liberties the HELLandCHAOS he describes in this infinite library. Dedicated to all Jorge Luis Borges fans.
Picasso with his pets.
Only in Colombia is a collection of three prints inspired by the endemic animal species and cultural diversity of my country. Each design is based on a particular animal, including its habitat, behavior, and characteristics.
Border Fence is a digital children's book illustration from a proposed book titled Delia's Coin. It was produced with Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter and a Wacom tablet on an Apple Mac Computer.
John P. Dessereau Fashion Institute of Technology, MFA Illustration
Fashion Institute of Technology
This series of six paintings consists of four urban myths of my creation that wrestle with a harsh reality and two heroic portraits. Inspired by news headlines, contemporary trends, and New York heroes, each dynamic painting intends to encourage the viewer to wonder about our modern world.
Visual Thesis Exhibition
Cabinas sexuales. El mundo oculto de las sex shops. México City. En los últimos años han proliferado, a espaldas de la ley, nuevos reductos sexuales en una metrópoli que intentó cerrar cualquier establecimiento por el que se asomara algún resquicio de comercio sexual ¿Qué hay detrás de las cortinas de una sex shop chilanga? CHILANGO Nº185 April 19 by Carlos Acuña.
Irena Guedes Freitas
This image is part of a full illustrated accordion book based on city Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil.
These illustrations are for a children's book based on short fictions. "The Weight of Autumn" which talks about a countryside girl who lived in north east of China.Her mind and memories shifted when people passed through her life.
Surreal visions of New York City.
Bodega culture took shape in the 50s, when the first generation of entrepreneurs left the Caribbean islands for the island of Manhattan. Penelope had a mural painted of her beautiful island on her store front, when she really misses her native land the painting spews ocean water.
Illustration (USA) Inc.
“Hans in Luck” is an interpretation of the famous story by the Brothers Grimm. A story that tells us about the consequences of the exchange of material goods. A story that connects with our consumer world. And illustrated álbum with two points of view that will be published by Tara Books.
SPAIN / MÉXICO
A personal poster project that I developed on the theme of Summer healthy food
Illustrated and designed the book jacket, the endpapers and 47 chapter openers in less than two months. Here are six of the chapter illustrations.
This image is part of an ongoing trip diary filled with drawings and paintings of various lucid adventures and journeys
Hyphenated Identities. This piece was commissioned by LAND Studio in partnership with the Cleveland Foundation, RTA, and the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards for the InterUrban campaign. This piece was inspired by Peter Ho Davies' book "The Fortunes" where he explores the hyphenated self. This piece was installed in the RTA’s Red Line in Cleveland, Ohio.
NYC college of technology
Women are a heavy focus in this series, one series is featuring women of past future in present, from an Old flame to the ideal Golden Girl. The secondary concept is entitled Astro Pin Up, featuring each planet as a female. The over all series is to encapsulate the feminine energy on land & space.
A graphic novel of 14 Franz Kafka adaptations published in Mexico. Publication Kafkiana.
USA / MÉXICO
A graphic novel of 14 Franz Kafka adaptations published in Mexico. Publication Kafkiana
USA / MÉXICO
City Person. New York. Selected into “Top100” group of Reno-vators OPPO Campus Emerging Artists Project.
CHINA / USA
Maria Eugenia Longo
Boitatea. Series of acrylic paintings inspired by tales and fables of Brazilian folklore.
Three Billboards Outside. Original illustration inspired by nominated films for Best Movie at the Oscars Awards.
Dissociation is experienced as a feeling of intense unreality, where the person loses their sense of who and where they are, as well as what they're doing. It can feel as if the person is watching themselves perform from a distance, and is often a response to unresolved trauma.
Ana Maria Lozada Diaz
School of Visual Arts
Failed State is an illustration about how fake "socialist" ideals have been used to repress and manipulate Venezuela's cities and people. It is featured in a self published book also titled Failed State.
JORNAL DO COMMERCIO-PE
Illustrations for the Recife Carnival special for the Jornal do Commercio Communication System.
Lindgren + Smith
My travels to see my family in Nicaragua allow me to experience the best of every day culture in working Nicaragua. This drawing is from the fishing village La Boquita in Casares, Nicaragua.
A homage to the strugles of those forced to leave their homes, carrying it on their backs.
An abandoned train car sits in a field of cacti (nopales), waiting for anyone in the sunset. Based on an actual abandoned train car I've passed by many times over the years in my home town. I've always wondered how it got there and where it came from. Painted in Adobe Photoshop.
This illustration is based on a childhood picture I found some time ago and also on my mother's constant reminder that I had always been a temperamental child. I enjoy depicting angry, demanding, assertive and bossy kids to homage annoying relatives, constantly asking me if I was sad or angry.
Loving. The text inspired all kinds of tangible sensations and was an opportunity to explore what textures and which gestures felt the most fitting to describe the feelings. the wonderful yet almost suffocating sensation of wanting to be fused together, a fire behaving almost like a liquid.
ARGENTINA / USA
Mari Gabi Messina
‘Where We Go’ is slice of life, romance story written as a 60 page, full-colored comic. The story is about a Japanese boy and a French girl meet anonymously online. Somehow they end up in the same city by fate, but will they realize who they are once they are face to face?
Esteban Millan Pinzon
"El Eterno Caminante" is a Graphic Novel published by Editorial Planeta. It has 120 pages in total. Memory anchors the present and serves as a compass for the future, but sometimes the passage of time forces an eternal wandering within the mind. This graphic novel presents a contemporary evil: Alzheimer's, a disease that blurs us.
COLOMBIA / USA
Exploring a Mexican love story, this celebration of the ‘Alley of the Kiss’ revels in the colorful houses of Guanajuato. The architecture and landscape work in tandem to shape the two lovers sharing a kiss, silhouetted against the pink sky and festive bunting.
El Callejon del Beso
Bribe. Ricardo & Lobo. Part of a series of digital portraits created with a limited color palette.
ECUADOR / USA
Andres Muñoz Claros
HAW Hamburg, Germany
Images selected from my Portfolio
Jackie O'Brien DeTrano
This illustration is inspired by Latin American countries that have "blossoming" space programs that continue to develop and expand in recent years. Notably, Colombia launched its space program in 2006.
Illustration about the re-discovery of instinct.
The Divided Americas: A Mausoleum of Artifacts. The illustration depicts a subterranean environment that showcases historical artifacts centered on the US-Mexico Barrier. Its story uses the myth of the Chupacabra to tell a haunting tale of colonialism that allows us to revisit the origins of the wall to imagine a world beyond borders.
Adrian Oviedo Illustration
The being at the center, despite looking sad and wounded, is still capable of creating or destroying its surroundings arbitrarily, so he must chose wisely. Making this piece represents a more reckless approach to what I'm used to do, I feel it helped me gain courage to go beyond my comfort zone.
School of Visual Arts
Wrap around book cover art for a memoir of a correctional nurse from Minnesota. Acrylic on bristol paper, 11 x 17
A Children´s book of the life in a city. A "love letter" to the city of New York. Published by Lagrume in France: Bienvenue Chez Moi
Full Circle Literary
Children's Picture Book: There is a wall in Ángel’s neighborhood. Around it, the community bustles with life: music, dancing, laughing. Not the wall. It is bleak. One boy decides to change that. But he can’t do it alone. This inspiring picture book celebrates the power of art to tell a story and bring a community together
Image inspired by the contentious tradition of bullfighting, still very present and practiced in latin American countries like Colombia, where I am from. Is It culture? Art? cruelty? Beauty or horror?
¨Once again, in another time, she was waking up.¨ Image created for SVA MFA Illustration as Visual Essay book project ¨Stories to be Told¨.
"Self-portrait" is an autobiography narrated with my memories, concerns and symbols. A summary of a hard life journey, with a staging of classic pictorial portrait. This illustration was created for the Collective exhibition "Self-portrait in the Digital Age"
SPAIN / GERMANY
The illustration was made as a tribute to the most popular stories of English origin, specifically to The hobbit from J. R. R. Tolkien for the INTERNATIONAL BIENAL POSTER. I tried to show the most significant parts of the books/movies from the Hobbit in one image, from beginning to end.
An illustration made for a short story about a dystopian future where dreams and memories that belong to people about to die are auctioned as luxury items in a ceremony moderated by humanoids.
Catalina Ramos Jimenez
Constant work without stoping for a long year.
summer to summer
Axel Rangel Garcia
The Attack of Chthulu. Cover and interior illustrations for a sci-fantasy book called "Futuro" written by Jonathan Minila, Edited by Federico Ponce de León and published by Planeta Lector, Editorial Planeta México.
Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano
It was a creative, almost mechanical issue. -I introduce you to my friends -I told myself ... But the emptiness was still in the room. (Only what has life gives us life).
Lemonade Illustration Agency
Reinvent Yourself, shed your old skin and love what you were and what you are now!
Camilo José Rivera
Elegance in Violence, Rock band poster. Illustration of the spiritual world of "The koguis" (Colombian indigenous tribe).
Young Frederick Douglass. My Illustration of Frederick Douglass was commissioned by Art Director, Maria Biernik and was published on the cover of the March 2018 issue of Humanities Magazine.
More than 2,300 children were separated from adults at the U.S. border with Mexico as part of the so-called "zero tolerance" policy for migrants caught crossing the border outside authorized entry points. Near 245 children remain in government custody and 2 children have died. Is this America?
This illustration is a deep view on the Inferno of “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri. The falling of the poet through hell, gave us the imagery of an afterlife landscape. An uncanny topography full of demons and condemned human beings.
Savannah College of art and Design
Project inspired by the struggles of identity and the beauty of individuality and how unsuccessfully we try to hide them to fit society standards.
Digital painting done with my fingers on an iPad using Procreate app. More than 100 hours of work here ;)
These five images were made to illustrate "Magic Tour" a story by creative writer Pompeu Fonseca.
This was made for MaxPacks, a brand of Procreate brushes created by illustrator Max Ulichney. The Baron is a 19th century spirit that got “ressurected” in the 21st century, in the shape of this dog (yep, that’s him), who finances a (hipster) group of paranormal investigation!
Kire Torres SCAD
"Stranded"- Depicts a nameless traveler of curious nature, ready to explore the infinite. The brief given was an open-ended project. I chose an editorial project. It consisted of one single full page illustration for a sci-fi magazine.
This Illustration was painted for the essay, Humanizing God by Paulo Coelho Publication: Ode Magazine
Savannah College of Art and Design
I traveled through the Atacama Desert as a child.We passed casitas that were entirely made from found objects.Many flew the Chilean flag.This day I had clarity that you can physically/metaphorically display your Chilean pride based on what is in my soul &ones location doesnt diminish your experience
school of visual arts
This is based on a picture taken in Mexico market. I created an image where a man is sitting in a small chair and thinking what to eat for his lunch. The colors represent vivid and intense characteristic of Mexico culture and my personal experience.
Lindgren & Smith
A resilience so deeply planted in Puerto Rican soil that no wind, no rain could wash it away.
Andrea Ucini Illustration
Deathwatch for the Amazon. The Amazon is perilously close to the tipping-point. Brazil has the power to save Earth's greatest rainforest—or destroy it.
ITALY / DENMARK
The cityzens is a book about the destrucction of the nature that make fun about the actual society. The Eleven chapters with more than 80 pages drawn by hand, takes you to a world full of pessimistic, funny and ironic details.
Published by Ate con Queso, Tule is an illustrated poetry book about the Mexican State of Oaxaca. I illustrated "Todo rima", a poem about traditionally dressed Tehuanas, the Oaxacan landscape and the local god of rain, Cocijo.
"Nidos que arrullan" Book is a collection of songs and poems to be used as lullabies for the children before bedtime so they can a wonderful night, it comes with illustrations that will mesmerize the kids and a cd with the songs so both can listen to them together.
This book tells some of the most admired inventions of Greek mythology; In its pages it is narrated how Ulysses, the Greek hero, fought against all kinds of adversities, and the way he overcame the most difficult tests that a human being can face. Upon leaving Troy, adverse winds threw Ulysses and his ships on the coast of the Cicones, a town hostile to the Greeks. Ulysses ordered the landing of their forces, besieged the main city, Ísmaro, and they took possession of it by taking many spoils and killing A good part of its inhabitants.
João Vaz de Carvalho
Muelles is a brave cat but not always everything goes well.
Illustration for 2018 August's issue of the magazine In Touch. The illustration accompanies an article discussing how culturally different Japan and USA are, and how despite their differences they keep a strong connection between them.
Brigham Young University
Esta es la travesía de Jim Hawkins en búsqueda del tesoro de Flint. En la famosa historia de Robert Stevenson, Jim intenta sobrevivir y encontrar el motín, sin embargo, él encuentra algo más preciado... su madurez.
The image is a representation of a peaceful rural scene. I tried to depict the harmony between people, vegetation and animals.
Based on an interview with Alida, a migrant arriving to ciudad Juarez Mexico from Honduras in an effort to cross to the US.Accompanied by her 10 year old daughter recounts the hardships of their journey: "Llore amargamente la gota mas grande",translates to 'i bitterly cried the biggest tear".
Xiao Hua Yang
Amber. A personal piece depicting a surreal moment where a child is examining an amber.