Illustrated Monsters of Eleanor Davis

Georgia-based comic book artist and illustrator Eleanor Davis makes some very nice work which feature a lot of particularly cool monsters. Her strong use of deep black add a defined depth to her work too.

Eleanor Davis on Ape on the Moon

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Eleanor Davis on Ape on the Moon
Eleanor Davis on Ape on the Moon

Eleanor Davis on Ape on the Moon

? Eleanor Davis, 2009

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10 Comments

  1. I love the mixture of a seemingly black and white image with the pop of color in the first two and the third one is just gorgeous.

  2. Gorgeous and monumental composition! The kind of illustration that can be pictured on a huge wall or just on a A4 size paper and have the same powerful message! Thanks Alex for sharing this! 🙂

  3. These are very nice and show what can happen when composition, colour, content and quality are spot on.

    Thanks for highlighting the work.

  4. really cool blog… and I also loved your personal work.

    keep the good work.

    congrats.

  5. Thanks guys for your input. There are some great comments here. Keep posted!

  6. the third one is also my favotrite…

  7. the third one is also my favorite…

  8. She does great comics too, under the name “small house comics”… Must read! 😀

  9. ah thanks for letting us know! Good suggestion 🙂

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