1. Jubilation! Illustrator’s Lounge Celebrates Two Years!

    Indeed, fellows of the Lounge, it’s true! This here website has been providing illustration inspiration old and new for two glorious whole years. We sincerely hope that you have enjoyed your time here thus far and will continue to knock on our ever-inviting door for a long time to come. Have a wander around and you’ll see much is new!

  2. Hannah Christenson

    Fantastic colour work from Texas born, Hannah Christenson. She seems to have a knack for combining every colour in the spectrum effortlessly. Currently living in China, Hannah studied Illustration at Brigham Young University-Idaho, and now works as a freelance illustrator. Some previous clients include Tor.com and Galileo Games. You can see more of her rather stern-faced characters on her website, and blog.

  3. André Smatik Ljosai

    Today on The Lounge we have super talent André Smatik Ljosai aka Smatik. Art direction, illustration, motion graphics and graphic design are amongst his skill set, with many of the world’s biggest brands flocking to his creativity. He is also a trained lithographer and scallywag graffiti artist. He lives and works in Denmark, with clients including Aljazeera, Audi, Coca-Cola, Gilette, Haribo and Virgin Airlines.

  4. Manga Mondays ~ Uturo

    Something very different for this week’s Manga Monday. Presenting the beautiful chaos of Uturo. Her striking digital paintings are bombarded with colour and expression. They embrace the same nature of freedom that traditional paintings have, allowing her to get away with what I like to call “happy accidents”. A style rarely seen in digital painting, and a welcome digression from the controlled work we are accustomed to. You can find more of Uturo’s work on her deviantArt page.

  5. Proko TV by Stan Prokopenko

    Proko is a very inspiring resource of instructional videos by artist Stan Prokopenko. I have been watching heaps of it lately. Each video is filled with tips playfully presented by Mr. Prokopenko. Overall they serve as a great introduction to life drawing, and an encouragement to keep practising the fundamentals. What are you waiting for? Go subscribe to his YouTube Channel now!

  6. Jason Gamber

    Over the years growing up, I’ve had lemons for cars. Which in turn means that my nose was constantly in repair manuals. I’ve always been fascinated by the complexity of exploded diagrams. I’ve ventured into many fields of illustration, but my mind only sits comfortably with this type of challenge. And the ultimate challenge being creating machinery that looks functional and in some way invokes emotion.