We've covered artist Clementine Campardou and her watercolor art before, and now we've got a preview of her newest series of Star Wars prints. They are as beautiful as ever.
Blule's work artfully captures superheroes in just a few colors. Splatters, drips, and the bleed of colors into each other gives a fantastic sense of motion to the icons she's chosen as subjects.
J.R.R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion opens with the Ainulindalë, the story of how the universe of Middle Earth came into existence. Artist Evan Palmer has painted his own adaptation of tale, imagining the radiant forms of Tolkien's universe taking shape.
Most folks pick up the pace or seek cover when the skies open up and it starts to pour, but that’s precisely when Gustavo Sousa takes to the streets to collect some creative inspiration.
Watercolors are a compelling medium because their aesthetic is the product of multiple variables. The pigment, the surface and, of course, water play into every unique stroke. But design engineer Kenichi Yoneda is using openFrameworks to create digital watercolors. And they look organically beautiful.
Tattoo artist Joshua Couchenour playfully mixes Star Wars characters with traditional tattooing iconography like skulls, snakes, religious symbols, and roses. Even if they're not your tattooed cup of tea, it's not hard to imagine them adorning a Star Wars fan's skin.
Take one part Shel Silverstein, a heavy dose of Baroque fashion, and mix with steampunk sensibility, and you get Mattias Adolfsson’s ink and watercolor illustrations. The Swedish illustrator draws witty and often sweet illustrations of unusually shaped robots and impossible vehicles, imagining a world where bears fly…