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  1. 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.”

    Art
  2. 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.

    Design
    Official World Map for George RR Martin's series A Song of Ice and Fire, by Jonathan Roberts.
  3. 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.

    Books
  4. 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.

    Authors
    Cartoon by INFJoe
  5. 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.

    Art
  6. 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.

    Art
  7. Giselle Potter | Illustrator

    Giselle Potter is a freelance illustrator for the New Yorker. She’s published four books and has illustrated over 25 others.

    Art
  8. Sketching Family

    The family that sketches together stays together! Parents Peter and Sabine and children Vincent (17), Lilli (15), and Richard (10) all share their art here. (Note: site is in German.)

    Art
  9. paulmakesart

    An online gallery by artist Paul Ayres, showcasing drawings and paintings, portraiture of celebrities and notable people, and a style that experiments with lines and digital art.

    Art
  10. Notes to self

    It’s easy to lose track of time on Ranga Rohini’s site, where visual storytelling takes multiple shapes, from striking monochrome photography to sketches based on her wanderings around Chennai, India.

    Architecture
  11. Mer Mag

    At Mer Mag, illustrator and dollmaker Merrilee Liddiard spreads her love for crafts and kid-friendly DIY projects, from whimsical costumes to homemade party decorations.

    Crafts
  12. Hchom

    “Hchom” is the sound of something tasty being devoured. On her blog, Hchom, Canadian comic book artist Marian Churchland shares illustrations and comics of projects she’s working on, and things she loves and wants.

    Art
  13. Robert M. Ball

    Robert M. Ball is an illustrator, designer, and comic artist who creates an array of work for clients, from book covers to calendars to posters. He has a knack for producing images in popular culture, from his Beautiful Death series and Game of Thrones commissions.

    Art
  14. Full Frontispiece

    Why judge a book by its cover when you can use the frontispiece instead? Illustrations and humor, pulled up from the depths of literary history.

    Books
  15. Matthew Midgley Illustration

    From single ingredients to entire meals, UK-based illustrator Matthew Midgley uses drawing to celebrate and tell stories about food and the culture around it.

    Food