The best illustrations on Instagram: “Which illustration is your favorite? Artist: @moving_doodles More art: @illustration_the_best Tag: #illustration_the_best…”
The best illustrations hat etwas auf Instagram gepostet: „Which illustration is your favorite? Artist: @moving_doodles More art: @illustration_the_best…“ • 2,121 Fotos und Videos in seinem/ihrem Profil ansehen.
Rosemary Mosco (Bird And Moon) on Twitter
“Anyway, she's my art crush for today. I've tried to find a book of her collected works, but there doesn't seem to be one, which makes me sad.”
Iraville on Twitter
“We Germans love our bread! 🥨🥖🥐🍞 This cute little old fashioned bakery illustration will be available as a limited, high quality gicleé print very soon. You can get it in my etsy store when I will reopen it this Saturday 5PM CET. https://t.co/xBYjbucGtK #bakery #illustration”
'Mushroom Chart' by Katie Daisy Graphic Art on Canvas
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Magical Illustrated Sceneries by Makoto Maruyama - ArtisticMoods.com
Tokyo based illustrator Makoto Maruyama worked in the design industry for years before she quit her job, traveled around the world and started drawing. Her beautiful illustrations show us of al kinds of magical places where really everyting can happen (look at the cat and elephant friends.. so adorable!). I love her playful drawing style and all the rich colors that she uses in her work. They have a very friendly character that makes me want to spend some time in her beautifully illustrated…
Anticipation (DN0 62 14)
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Frog & Snail
This illustration comes from a little book called 'Where have you been?' by Margaret Brown. Published in 1952 by Scholastic in the USA. The pictures are by Barbara Cooney