Barb Jacobs

Barb Jacobs

The wonderful Barb Jacobs, author and artist of Xyliatales, sent us some wonderful examples spanning years of her illustrative work. We’re honored that Barb agreed to be featured on ArtBloom, and excited that she was willing to share so much! I’ve always wanted to be an artist. I made the announcement at the age of […]

L. Whyte

L. Whyte

My name’s L. Whyte, I’m 23 and I work doing arty things for a games company these days. My portfolio is at voodoobeans.org, or you can catch me on devart (http://vimfuego.deviantart.com). I actually destroyed most of my work pre-2004, and if it wasn’t for hard-working friends collecting blackmail material this comparison may never have happened…! […]

Chelsea Conlin

Chelsea Conlin

I was born in 1982, and started drawing when I was eight months old. I remember being heavily influenced by Disney and Warner Brothers cartoons from an early age, but I also took a lot of inspiration from PBS television shows like “Nature” and “Nova”. I loved drawing animals, and especially horses. I discovered “The […]

Chloe Cooke-Warren

Chloe Cooke-Warren

Chloe Cooke-Warren shares the evolution of her colorful, character-driven crowd scenes and cityscapes from a childhood of drawing strange and fantastic creatures. We’re happy to showcase her unique oil paintings here! I’m a New York based artist, which is good because I love cityscapes and crowd scenes. There’s so much diverse subject matter in New […]

J.J. Abrams’ “Mystery Box”

J.J. Abrams’ “Mystery Box”

J.J. Abrams, the creator of Lost and director of the new Star Trek, spoke at TED last year about what he calls his “mystery box.” Not just a physical box, but an idea that has driven his creative process over the years. In 18 minutes, Abrams manages to talk about his inspiration and what has […]

Mitch V

Mitch V

Mitch V offers us a 5+ year retrospective of his art across three different subject matters, showing an evolution from pencil drawings to digital paintings and back again. Thanks for sharing, Mitch! I’m a freelance illustrator & concept artist, self-taught until this past year where I have been studying in the atelier of realist figurative […]

Meghan Penton

Meghan Penton

I’m a self-taught 20-year-old artist from the Southern United States. I started drawing as soon as I was old enough to hold a pencil, but didn’t start focusing on self-critique or seeking to improve my anatomy work until I was about 18. Prior to then I just assumed my art would improve naturally, but over […]

Katie Lippincott

Katie Lippincott

Hi! 😀 My name is Katie Lippincott, I’m 20 years old, and I like to draw! I was initially inspired by my love of anime, and a lot of my early work reflects that…a little too much. Since I started taking my drawings more seriously I have grown in leaps and bounds and developed my […]

Have You Discovered “We Love You So”?

Have You Discovered “We Love You So”?

The movie Where The Wild Things Are will be released this year after much anticipation, and the film’s creators – being the wonderful sharing people they are – started a blog that features all of the inspiration they find daily. If you’re interested in where Hollywood directors, producers, artists, photographers, musicians, costumers, actors and more […]

Kaitlin Mari Baudier

Kaitlin Mari Baudier

Kaitlin Mari Baudier, aka Mari, sent in some great samples from her evolution across a couple of different mediums. We’re proud to feature her comics and ceramics here! I’m an artist from New Orleans, Louisiana and have been writing and illustrating web-comics since 2003 when I began my first online comic, Communication Confusion. Last year […]

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