In the “Inkeraction” series, artist Alex Solis created a character going one-on-one with himself. The illustrated character doesn’t like be punched head or squeezed to the corner of the page, hence he fights back as he clamps his teeth down onto the artist’s thumb or uses his knife to take a stab at him.
When asked what he wants people to take away from the series, he says, “I want people to, in a way, know that art is a bit more then just lines on a paper. Even though it’s not real, I want people to have that feeling that this actually is happening. I also just want people to like it and share it with their friends. I love the idea of being able to not only connect and interact with my work, but with whoever is following the series, making them feel like they’re a part of it.”
If you love street art, you probably will remember oakoak, France based artist who creates playful and witty interventions on walls, streets, and sidewalks based a keen sense of observation. Smartly taking advantage of cracks and crumbling infrastructure, his creation interact with their surrounds in unexpected ways. When asked why oakoak created these street art, he said “Since I come from Saint Etienne, an old industrial city which is now in re-conversion, I have the need to make my city less “grey” and at the same time, funnier.” Hence he walks a lot every day to find new attractive places with urban elements such as broken walls. Then he measures it, prepare drafts at home then comes back to make the collage. If you like oakoak’s work, you can check our previous post about him or visit his facebook page.
Nabhan Abdullatif is a talented and professional illustrator and digital artist based in Muscat, Oman. He skillfully designed some really funny and meaningful illustrations depict some interesting things he found and thought in life. His creative impulses are genuine and clever enough that most people will fall in love with his funny creation which has meaningful puns depicted inside. Here we selected some of our favoriate and you can see all of them on his deviantart page.
Still remember the adorable illustrations from Malaysia-based artist Lim Heng Swee? Today we will bring your more of his bring and playful work that make people smile more in their everyday lives. He brings ordinary objects like watermelon, envelop, driver and screw alive with personality. The clean and modern designs merge colorful shapes with bright, solid backgrounds. These simple illustrations are filled with optimism, hope, love, and good humor. As Lim said, “I would describe my work as simple and fun, but with a strong idea or message behind it. Life should be fun and humorous when possible and I hope that my illustrations generate a sense of joy and happiness.”
All works belong to Lim Heng Swee
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