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Ibuki Satsuki Art

Ibuki Satsuki is a Chinese ilustrator. I just discovered the art of Ibuki and it looks really beautiful. It has a special magic to capture emotions in watercolors. I hope you like it.
Thanks to @NormanLeopard  for showing me her art.

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The beautiful Illustrated works of Ibuki Satsuki can be found on Weibo.
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Publicado por en julio 19, 2017 en Art, Ilustration

 

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The dreamlike illustrations by Nicoletta Ceccoli

The dreamlike illustrations by Nicoletta Ceccoli

Nicoletta Ceccoli is an Italian artist who is known for her richly detailed, dreamlike work. She was born in and remains in the Republic of San Marino. She studied animation at the Institute of Art in San Marino, Italy. She has illustrated many books, most recently published is Cinderella. Her work has been exhibited and sold internationally.Her works are very rich in details, and filled with Dreamy like atmosphere and an always new Scope, even in old classic tales.

Hope you like them.

Website:

http://www.nicolettaceccoli.com/

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Publicado por en mayo 22, 2017 en Art, Ilustration

 

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#Rio2016: the Olympics as seen by Brazilian graphic artist André Gola

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André Gola is a 38-year-old artist who illustrates everyday scenes in a simple and humorous way. In the last few weeks his focus has turned to the Olympics in Rio – this is his view of the Games. You can follow André on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and see – and buy – more of his work on his website.

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Only gold matters

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Gold, silver or bronze. It doesn’t matter

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Usain Bolt conquers Rio

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 Michael Phelps. The human fish

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Rafaela Silva gold medal. Prejudice nothing

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Falling to the glory

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The Olympic selfie stick

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Katie Ledecky waiting, waiting, waiting…

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 Joseph Schooling and The Magic Encounter

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Simone Biles. The balance queen

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Brazilian Wall

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Thanks Rio 2016

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 Copyright © André Gola

Source: http://www.theguardian.com

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Publicado por en agosto 22, 2016 en Art, Ilustration

 

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The melancholic women of Sofía Bonati #illustrations

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Sofía Bonati is an artist from Argentina, now living in the UK, with a well-known passion for drawing women and often with a slightly melancholic look. What are they thinking? That’s the mystery behind those eyes.

Hope you like her illustrations as much as me. Enjoy!

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Publicado por en agosto 3, 2016 en Art, Ilustration

 

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“Carmilla” Gothic novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu – Illustrations Ana Juan

“Carmilla” Gothic novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu – Illustrations Ana Juan

The name of the Spanish illustrator Ana Juan has appeared in my blog several times. This great artist with a huge international presence has collaborated, among many other publications, with the New Yorker for who has made several covers.

Besides her work on the editorial side, she has illustrated children’s books and adult. Red Riding Hood, Snow White or Essential Tales of Guy de Maupassant or Mr. Wakefield are wonderful examples about her talent. In 2013, Fondo de Cultura Economica in Mexico published masterpiece of Sheridan Le Fanu, Carmilla, illustrated by Ana Juan.

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Carmilla is a Gothic story written by the Irishman Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. The author of many stories of horror and mystery was based on the story of the famous countess Elizabeth Bathory to create this short novel which immerses us in a story where the mystery, horror and eroticism is mixed.
The new edition of this seductive classic Gothic book borne by the Siruela publishing and goes on sale on 14 October, at least in Spain. This edition features more of 30 amazing and masterfully illustrations of Ana Juan,

Here are some of them:

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Publicado por en noviembre 17, 2015 en Books, Ilustration

 

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¡VIVA FRIDA! Artists from around the world portray the Mexican Icon

¡VIVA FRIDA! Artists from around the world portray the Mexican Icon

VIVA FRIDA! is a project of Illustrations tribute to Frida Kahlo and created by young artists around the world.

A dark and provocative version of the Californian Brian M. Viveros .

A dark and provocative version of the Californian Brian M. Viveros .

Florida skull Ilnitskaya Mimi , Kazakhstan with tribute to Chavela Vargas included!

Florida skull Ilnitskaya Mimi , Kazakhstan with tribute to Chavela Vargas included!

A small and full of symbolism Frida, by Lisa Falzon .

A small and full of symbolism Frida, by Lisa Falzon .

By Julie Filipenko , an artist from Tel Aviv.

By Julie Filipenko , an artist from Tel Aviv.

Screen printing, the study Ikarus Prints of Peru.

Screen printing, the study Ikarus Prints of Peru.

Caricature, by the Russian Nicko Dahlstrom .

Caricature, by the Russian Nicko Dahlstrom .

By the digital artist Kacey Schwartz , San Francisco.

By the digital artist Kacey Schwartz , San Francisco.

A potpourri of life and death, by the French Benjamin Lacombe .

A potpourri of life and death, by the French Benjamin Lacombe .

Frida and a kitten, the Canadian Tascha .

Frida and a kitten, the Canadian Tascha .

A tender version of Frida, fruit of the imagination of Brazilian Van Moreira .

A tender version of Frida, fruit of the imagination of Brazilian Van Moreira .

"The flight of Frida", 2014, with one of his most famous phrases, Alba Somnis The painter .

“The flight of Frida”, 2014, with one of his most famous phrases, Alba Somnis The painter .

Text and photos taken from website: matadornetwork.com website where you will find all illustrations.

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Publicado por en noviembre 2, 2015 en Art, Ilustration

 

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The dark and wonderful world by Lorenzo Mattotti

The dark and wonderful world by Lorenzo Mattotti

LORENZO MATTOTTI was born in Italy in 1954 and he’s an Italian comics and graphic artist living in Paris. After studying architecture, he decided to devote himself to comics and is recognised today as one of the most outstanding international exponents of the art.  His works have been published in the most important magazines and his books are translated all over the world. From “Il signor Spartaco”, “L’uomo alla finestra”, “Stigmate””Ligne fragile”, and many other works, up to “Fires” and “Murmur” published by Penguin Books in 1993,For children he has illustrated “Pinocchio” by Collodi, “The Pavilion on the Links” by Stevenson and has published “Eugenio” that had the Grand Prix of Bratislava in 93.

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Mattotti has also worked in the fashion world, reinterpreting the models of the most famous fashion designers for “Vanity” magazine. He has carried out advertising campaigns and has illustrated the cover of such magazines as The New Yorker, Le Monde and Suddeutsche Zeitung. In 1995, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and The Frans Hals Museum in Harlem dedicated an anthology to him. He realized many important posters: Cannes 2000 – “Lire en Fête” “La Marie de Paris”. Recently he worked in the Film “Eros” of Wong Kar Way – Soderbergh et Antonioni, he creates the segments within the three episodes.

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“Doing fashion illustrations is part of my work, but for me it’s all about women,” Lorenzo Mattotti, the artist behind this week’s cover, says.

 

Definitelly, he’s recognized as one of the most outstanding international exponents of comics art. Mattotti won an Eisner Award for his graphic novel Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. He collaborated with Lou Reed in re-imaging Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven.

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In 2014, Lorenzo Mattotti colaborate with Neil Gaiman who written with a devastating spareness an new version of “Hansel and Gretel”, fearsomely illustrated in shades of black by Mattotti. This newest version of “Hansel and Gretel” astonishes from start to finish. The book itself is a gorgeous and carefully made object, with a black floral motif on its pages’ decorated borders, along with abundant red drop caps and tall, round gray page numbers. (Published by Toon Books, the New Yorker art director Françoise Mouly’s venture into richly illustrated books for children, it comes in two formats, with an oversize one that includes an afterword about the evolution of the tale.)

And they lived happily ever after. Credit From "Hansel & Gretel"

And they lived happily ever after. Credit From “Hansel & Gretel”

 

Other works of this matchless artist:

“Stanze”

“Stanze”

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Official website: http://www.mattotti.com/

 

 
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Publicado por en octubre 24, 2015 en Art, Books, Ilustration, Painting

 

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