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  1. Umanbn

    On his blog, Switzerland-based artist and designer Mark Hodgson sketches a variety of things, from buildings and street scenes to people and portraits.

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    Art by Nida Chowdhry
  3. One Day Music Came

    “There was something in the tones, between the tones that made the world seem like a better place, the sky a bit bluer, the problems lighter to carry.” The writer and illustrator at Fictionspawn Monsters tells a tale in which music brings hope and joy.

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    Illustration by Angela Hennessy
  5. The Dark and Gothic Worlds of Fantasy Artist Shaima Islam

    Browse the dark fantasy art of Shaima Islam.

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    "Stroll by the Docks," inspired by the TV series Black Sails. Microns and markers on paper, 6×10″, 2016. All art by Shaima Islam.
  6. The Public Domain Review

    Celebrate art in the public domain with a journal dedicated to guiding you through its depths – “like a small exhibition gallery at the entrance to an immense network of archives . . . an ever-growing cabinet of curiosities for the digital age.”

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  7. Illustrating Streets of the World: The Art of Jeremy Graboyes

    Meet J.S. Graboyes, an illustrator of streets and urban scenes.

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    A street scene in London, England. All illustrations by Jeremy Graboyes.
  8. Fantastic Maps

    The website of professional fantasy-map creator Jonathan Roberts, who designed the official maps for Game of Thrones, offers map-building resources, tutorials, and samples of his published work.

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    Official World Map for George RR Martin's series A Song of Ice and Fire, by Jonathan Roberts.
  9. Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive

    The Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive contains 3000+ illustrations from the major editions of Shakespeare’s Complete Works. It brings the visual culture of the past into the present and helps to make Shakespeare’s work more accessible.

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  10. Three Ways to Take Your Website Visitors Behind the Scenes

    Looking to engage your visitors? Here are three ways to share your creation process with them.

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    Image by Kerry at Love Those "Hands at Home."
  11. INFJoe Cartoons

    INFJoe is the cartoon persona of artist and introvert Aaron Caycedo-Kimura. On his blog, INFJoe Cartoons, he shares insightful and funny comics about life as an introvert.

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    Cartoon by INFJoe
  12. Women Who Draw

    Women Who Draw is an open directory of female illustrators, artists, and cartoonists created by two women artists, Julia Rothman and Wendy MacNaughton, in an effort to increase visibility of women, women of color, LBTQ+, trans, and gender non-conforming artists in all fields.

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  13. Home is a Cup of Tea

    Sketch artist and writer Candace Rose Rardon tells the story of her search for home through the different teas she has discovered while traveling.

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    Illustration by Candace Rose Rardon
  14. J`Lichi Arts

    Juana Lichi is a mixed media artist who loves to work with textiles, prints, and fabrics. Her canvases and portraits are unique, blending modern and traditional.

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  15. Portraits of Film Stars by Fine Artist Paul Ayres

    Browse the illustrated portraiture of fine artist Paul Ayres.

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    Benedict Cumberbatch, illustrated by Paul Ayres.