15 Filipino Illustrators You Should Know
Traverse in Jap's world of geometric impressionism, which offers a unique look to his work mostly influenced by Philippine culture, history, folklore and pop culture.
Known as the "doodler," but his work is more than just. Check out his portfolio of immense detail and precision.
There's a whimsical look to Hyamei’s artwork and if you're a fan of cartoons and anime, you’ll love the fan art she has on her site.
If you're a budding watercolor artist, take inspiration from Gel's surreal works.
Check out Abigail's digital paintings that offer a dreamlike ambiance to them. Her work is inspired by portraits that range from Disney characters to famous celebs.
Head on over to his Behance portfolio for a collection of interesting digital works and sketches that play with the mind.
Find beautiful watercolor art from Margaret Morales with a focus on portraits of women.
Expect dreamy works of art from Valerie and get to know more about her in this interview which she explains the most unique elements to them.
Get a personal look at Megan's world as she tackles her thoughts on commissions and things like what art materials she buys. Her watercolor pieces are soft and lovely.
Her work will transport you to a whimsical place, if you’re a fan of Studio Ghibli, you'll surely enjoy her art. In her blog, she also shares her personal challenges that make her a determined artist.
Enter June's world of watercolor and typography; follow her on Instagram for a daily dose of inspiration.
His work is best described as "girls with big eyes, pouty lips, and beautiful hair," and is inspired by fashion.
You might find this fashion and beauty illustrator's works on famous brands and in glossies, check out the pops of color in her pieces.
Monica combines cute illustrations with ideas that make you want to scroll for more, no wonder her list of clientele is long.
Thought-provoking and unusual, his work will inspire you to create art that’s true to you.