The witty style of Jean-Michel Tixier is one of top favorites. They are inspired by traditional French cartoons.
— via Jean-Michel Tixier
Cover illustration of ski resort Val Thorens for the EasyJet magazine Traveller.
— via Pietari Posti
Illustration for Lonely Planet’s book. A illustration style reminiscent of mid-century hand-painted billboards.
— via Owen Gatley
The style and the little details such as the bottom band on his pants, his shirts and his handbag are the cherries on the cake.
— via Rami Niemi
Lovely colors and admiring the simplicity of the characters.
— via Robin Davey
Illustration of Eustace Tilley, the iconic dandy of New York.
— via Tim Boelaars
The work of Christopher DeLorenzo is mostly black & white and consists of lines with only a few filled areas.
— via Christopher DeLorenzo
Tavis his style is inspired by 1940s comic book art, the Russian avant-garde movement, and printed materials from the 1950s/60s.
— via Tavis Coburn
The vintage atmosphere is lovely. Makes me of a Jules Verne novel.
— via Adam the Velcro Suit
Part of a murals series for a company that is leading the way in smart home technology. They turned out wonderful. See them all.
Big neon sign for Teddy’s Nacho Royale, a burrito joint on the campus of a large social media company.
— via Ben Barry
I’ve heard so many good things about Iceland and by looking at this picture they must all be true.
— via Paul Morris