Armed with an enormous pile of art and design, we climbed aboard a 1960s steel hulled lightship that's being transformed into an amazing space for creative people.
Alyssa May (aka Penguinstein) is just a little bit talented in the digital painting department. Watch and learn as she shares a process video for recent RB Found feature, Crabapillar.
The artists featured in this collection could easily be masters of the future. Their work is certainly worthy of a place above any mantlepiece.
We tracked down Medusa Dollmaker and quizzed her on tattoos, Moms, creative projects, wonky chairs and dreams of inking celebrities.
Gregory McGuire shows his appreciation for James Hance's art
Georg Stadler's portfolio is an effortless blend of architecture, design, illustration and photography.
The votes are in and the people have spoken. Find out who won our latest challenge!
Your cordless internetting device just got better.
Reviews, tutorials, collections, featured artists, interviews and more: The new RB blog is a tasty soup of amazingness and inspiration.
Josephine Pugh's urbex photography is bleak but eerily beautiful. And she has had the chance to visit some amazing locations, including a 2011 trip to Chernobyl.
Craving a quick dose of colorful, animated inspiration? You'll be needing a one way ticket to Psychic Land then.
In the early 70s, Tony Bezsylko hitchhiked and bussed his way around Mexico, capturing street life on his Nikkormat Camera.
Maybe it’s the adventurer in us but show us an artwork featuring a mountain and we find ourselves dreaming of far away adventures.
Matt Williams' portfolio is full to bursting with great characters and some rather awesome illustration and design.
Next time you’re itching for a burst of creativity to inspire a new design or illustration, look no further than this handy list.
We’ve whipped up some free downloadable bookplates for embellishing sketchbooks, your kids favorite stories, most prized art and design reference books and other book-like things.
If there’s anything the world needs more of, it’s a bit more fun, and Radiomode will help your Fruit Loops go down with a smile.
Well we’ve just about recovered from our South by Southwest adventures so it’s high time we shared a round up of all the shenanigans that took place in Austin.
Chris likes to blur the lines between traditional media and digital , to ‘leave people not sure where the hand drawn ends and the digital begins'.
Nikki sets out to evoke emotion, intrigue or enjoyment by telling stories through her work.
These fur covered balls of personality seem to be taking over both our sketchbooks and the entire interwebs.
Randi Antonsen hails out of Indery, Norway, and describes herself as a dreamer and an artist. Spread some wonder over your screen - take a browse through her portfolio.
David Kennett is a fine example of the kind of intuition, patience and fascination for new places that characterise those quiet street-dwellers who, sketchbook upon their knees, engage in the pursuit.
More people have travelled into outer space than to the depths of our own planet, so it’s little wonder that the ocean provides such inspiration for artists.