Home   |   About   |   Blog   |   Illustrators   |   Sign Up   |   Log In
 
2578
Illustration Daily

 
2
Arturas Straizys
 
posted on February 21, 2018 at 4:28
 
Arturas's website

How much of the opinion that you think you possess is truly yours and was derived by you? What if our commonly accepted reliance on recommendations is just a small glimpse of the hidden mechanism that molds our opinions about pretty much everything? Maybe your political views are not really yours, but someone’s whom you regard as both smart and cool. Then who owns her political views? What if before you picked this ‘great book’, you’ve robbed yourself of a chance to own that statement.

Source: https://www.instagram.com/honeycomb0/

80
Rhonald Blommestijn
 
posted on February 18, 2018 at 7:28
 
Rhonald's website

German car makers spark outrage with exhaust tests, A.D.: Jan Desloover

Source: de Standaard

1
Giulia Neri
 
posted on February 17, 2018 at 8:23
 
Giulia's website

How people talk about their feelings

Source: personal work

29
Monique Wijbrands
 
posted on February 16, 2018 at 11:03
 
Monique's website

Libraries keep a lot of personnel data from members, relations and staff. From May 2018 stricter data protection requirements apply. What does this mean for the libraries?

Source: KB Magazine / Koninklijke Bibliotheek / Maters Hermsen

9
Francesco Rubis
 
posted on February 15, 2018 at 20:38
 
Francesco's website

who's next? about #metoo scandal

Source: http://www.francescorubis.carbonmade.com

7
Yoko Heiligers
 
posted on February 14, 2018 at 21:44
 
Yoko's website

About too many different mobile payment apps. From an article by Herman Stil for Het Parool

Source: Het Parool

20
Sara Gironi Carnevale
 
posted on February 12, 2018 at 22:36
 
Sara's website

"Millennials and their values: cruelty free products" - From an illustration series for VO+ Magazine

Source: http://www.saragironicarnevale.com/?portfolio=vo-magazine

5
Paul van der Steen
 
posted on February 10, 2018 at 10:10
 
Paul's website

The only story, a novel by Julian Barnes. First sentence: 'Would you rather love the more, and suffer the more; or love the less, and suffer the less?' The tragic development of an unusual, uninhibited relationship between a 19-year old boy and a 48-year old woman.

Source: Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad, february 2, 2018

9
Ribes Cooked
 
posted on February 9, 2018 at 21:44
 
Ribes's website

Illustration about the false promises of politicians in elections.

3
Fernando Leon
 
posted on February 8, 2018 at 10:43
 
Fernando's website

Full page illustration for Psykologi magazine about psychosis and being socially isolated

Source: Psykologi magazine

21
Olivier Ploux
 
posted on February 7, 2018 at 11:09
 
Olivier's website

Islam #sexuality #MeToo #rape #womenrights #islam

9
Francesco Rubis
 
posted on February 6, 2018 at 10:23
 
Francesco's website

Social media support

Source: http://www.francescorubis.carbonmade.com



August 2017 (30)
July 2017 (31)
June 2017 (29)
May 2017 (31)
April 2017 (28)
March 2017 (31)
February 2017 (28)
January 2017 (32)
December 2016 (30)
November 2016 (30)
October 2016 (29)
September 2016 (30)
August 2016 (31)
July 2016 (30)
June 2016 (30)
May 2016 (31)
April 2016 (38)
March 2016 (31)
February 2016 (30)
January 2016 (32)
December 2015 (29)
November 2015 (35)
October 2015 (30)
September 2015 (28)
August 2015 (30)
July 2015 (31)
June 2015 (30)
May 2015 (29)
April 2015 (30)
March 2015 (29)
February 2015 (30)
January 2015 (31)
December 2014 (25)
November 2014 (35)
October 2014 (35)
September 2014 (27)
August 2014 (28)
July 2014 (33)
June 2014 (32)
May 2014 (46)
April 2014 (36)
March 2014 (54)
February 2014 (44)
January 2014 (39)
December 2013 (63)
November 2013 (65)
October 2013 (64)
September 2013 (45)
August 2013 (36)
July 2013 (41)
June 2013 (40)
May 2013 (49)
April 2013 (50)
March 2013 (50)
February 2013 (45)
January 2013 (45)
December 2012 (45)
November 2012 (54)
October 2012 (44)
September 2012 (55)
August 2012 (58)
July 2012 (62)
June 2012 (62)
May 2012 (30)

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter