Artist Gretchen Roehrs isn’t exactly a stylist, but she dresses up the models she draws in pretty delicious outfits. These delicious outfits are composed of food items, of course. Roehrs’ gals are adorned in fashionable dresses made of strawberries, mint leaves, onions, and even banana peels.
Menacing is probably the last word one can use to describe the quirky Spongebob. French artist Pez doesn’t seem to think that’s the case, though. In his series of drawings, he transformed popular animated characters that we’ve come to know as good, cute, or whimsical into something nearer to twisted and disturbing.
Using coffee-stained paper, graphite and gold leaf, artist Alessandra Maria creates magnificently magical compositions. Her realistic drawings include contemplative women, delicate flowers and butterflies accented with gold leaf for added depth and detail.
Leah Yerpe draws human bodies in motion in such incredible realism that it’s hard to believe they are not products of stop-motion photography. The native New Yorker got her start in painting and actually still prefers the look of abstract images but have since switched to drawing with charcoal and even with a humble mechanical pencil.
Malaysian illustrator Vince Low not only worked his way to the Head of Illustration at the Grey Group of Kuala Lumpur, he did it while overcoming severe dyslexia. Low frequently works on campaigns to raise awareness of his affliction, but also just does some amazing portraits.
The Kiddie Art series is based on Netherlands native, Telmo Pieper’s own childhood art he drew at age four. By putting his new artistic talents and skills to use, he digitally painted his old drawings which resulted in oddly-shaped, yet realistic creatures and objects that you may have seen…in your dreams.
Step into the world of Javier Perez and you’ll find that the often-overlooked items we use everyday take a life of their own in a whole new light. With paper and pencil in hand, what comes out of the creative mind of the Ecuadorian artist is a clever transformation of otherwise ubiquitous items.