vjeranski:  Saul Steinberg“Kiss”, 1959.

leaning on you - wonderful drawing by Saul Steinberg//

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japanese pen and ink contemporary illustration art Sometimes the simplest tiniest drawings give so much pleasure and with this thought I share this by Kinchoi Lam

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Saul Steinberg

fun wall painting for kids room ~ handstand up granny!

girl in stripes (4x6 print). $5.00, via Etsy.

Girl in stripes (4x6 print)

Girl In Stripes by Jordan Grace Owens via Etsy

Stevie Lewis ★★★ Find More inspiration @creativeelc ★★★

Goodbye Portland

Stevie Lewis // this is so soft and warm and beautiful omw

conejo y oso

Bear & Bunny Illustration Print Ink Drawing Black White Home Wall Rustic Decor Love Illustration Woodland Nursery Art Rabbit Print 4x6 MiKa

Bear & Bunny Print Original Ink Drawing Black White Ivory Love Illustration Woodland Rustic Home Wall Decor Cute Rabbit Nursery Art MiKa

"Did you know that if you switch the first two vowels of 'Olive" it becomes 'I Love'?" - Olive, The Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Photography Lane

one of the best: Saul Steinberg

Violin drawing, so pretty

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Thorne & Cinder by Puung

Newspapers - Saul Steinberg (Etats-Unis)


Denio Press and The Travels of Ching by Robert Bright: 17 Awesome Drawings by Saul Steinberg

Saul Steinberg 1914 Steinberg defined drawing as "a way of reasoning on paper".

vethox: “  Illustrations by Monica Barengo ”

Amazing drawings by italian illustrator Monica Barengo

If you've never had this feeling...check your compasson level.

John Kenn Mortensen is a Danish artist who specialises in drawing monsters on Post-It notes.

“ Burlarse de todo es  una manera de rebelarse, de ejercer la resistencia “ El gran dibujante  francés se queja de que , debido a su of...

Jean-Jacques Sempé, Displays of Affection

Looking at the stars

Let's earth gaze from the moon while we sip on cosmos.

“What are you supposed to do with all the love you have for somebody if that person is no longer there? What happens to all that leftover love? Do you suppress it? Do you ignore it? Are you supposed to give it to someone else?” ― Maggie O'Farrell, After You'd Gone

I really love the use of negative space in this illustration. While visually appealing it also adds a sense of loneliness, isolation or even imagination to the viewer.