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rudolfkremers:

What happened to the glorious days of the 70s and 80s when Funk and Jazz and soul groups would release vinyl records with gloriously colourful sci-fi and fantasy album sleeves?

The above albums were illustrated by:Mati KlarweinShusei Nagaoka and Dario Campanile. It’s worth checking out their other work. :-)

I have a pretty big vinyl collection (over 1000 records) and it is always a great source of inspiration for me to just browse an check out the sleeves. Especially fold out ones.

I’m always looking for more stuff like this so if anybody has any tips?

nataliehall:

Finally finished this sum’bitch. 
11x17” On moleskine page. Thin but durable paper for the most part.
Nibs and Ink.

artmonia:

Watercolor by Katarzyna Jaśkiewicz

(via architecturesketch)

adamtanart:

Gaudy
Tomorrow:

I’ll be at booth D2-D4 with Alexander Martin, Maxi Quy, Nick Blazey and Henry Christian-Slane.
Come say hello, I have stuff to sell and zines to give out.
adamtanart:

adamtanart:

character sketches

nickblazey:

'Cynocephalus Volans' Watercolor 31 x 43 cm
 
This piece was created for the ’Macro and Micro’ group show at Light Grey Art Lab. The exhibition is based upon the idea of celebrating the natural world. It is divided into four categories: animal, vegetable, mineral and everything else. My work is in the animal section and I used the Flying Lemur as inspiration.
 
The show runs from the 19th of April to the 10th of May and exhibits over 90 artist’s work.
 
Prints of this piece are available here.
henrychristianslane:

Tried some colour on an old line drawing. Don’t know how I feel about it…