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April 17, 2014

The Fantastical and Imaginary





One look and I was immediately drawn into the fantastical and surreal world of Estela Cuadro's artwork. Her paintings seem as ink stains caught in a dreamlike state, very often the backdrop to fictional characters, animals, and plants. As she explains (in an interview over at Something You Said), "I like that my art is not exactly real, belonging completely to imaginary worlds ... I think that much of my time is spent connected to my unconscious." See more »

March 4, 2013

An Illustrated Life

Aitch, an illustrator from Bucharest (suddenly I realize that I've recently only been talking about female artists)… describes her work as "ranges from pink, cute, elegant, to sometimes creepy, semi religious, bizarre characters, mixed in surrealistic sets" and I can't agree more. It's amazing how she moves from the "cute & pink" to the "surreal & semi-religious".



She normally works on paper, toys, urban objects, and many shops around Europe. She's one of my latest discoveries (and one of my favourites!).

I follow her on Facebook where the talks about her illustrated life.


March 19, 2012

Member Spotlight: Alice Savage

I discovered Alice's work during our Doodlebomb open call. Her submission transformed a fashion model into a surreal creature standing against tentacles and stars.

It was subtle and delicate, but it definitely caught my attention. As did the rest of her sketchbook, where there's lots of flowing long hair, female bodies and sometimes even a hint of watercolor. She lives on flickr and alicesavage.eu Welcome to DA, Alice.


February 9, 2012

Surreal Dreamy Drawings

From my latest discoveries, the beautiful surreal illustrations made by Katrin Berge are definitely one of my favorites, check the detail in each one of them, how inspiring and evocative they are, the magic that they transmit, every story told one line at a time finishes with a beautiful piece. If you are as amazed as I am you should take a look and fly through this wonderful source of inspiration.


January 31, 2012

February's Guest Contributor: Muxxi

We introduced you to Muxxi back in July 2010 as a Guatemalan artist lost in a crazy doodle world. That's still true, only since then she's better defined her style and grown her playing field to include murals, vector illustrations, and awesome collaborations with like-minded artists.

She's also left her mark all over DA, from showcase submissions to participating in practically every drawn giveaway we've ever done. We love her surreal characters and strange worlds and have now welcomed her to contribute to Doodlers Anonymous for the month of February.

She's waving hello, so be sure to wave back and take some time to visit her growing portfolio and online shop of art prints.


March 30, 2009

Devil in the Details

There is something decidedly disturbing, mongrel, and off-kilter about John Casey’s illustrations. But, like a horror film, you won’t turn away. Rest assured, you will click through the entire series— if only by peeking through webbed-fingers.




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