Meet the monsters that once roamed North America, including the hell pig, the terror bird, and the short-faced bear. These infographics were created by Beth Zaiken as signages for the Natural History Museum.
Cephalopodoptera, An Animated Illustration Series That Combines Molluscs and Insects
CEPHALOPODOPTERA (Animated GIFs) from Vladimir Stankovic. Serbia-born, Denmark-based artist Vladimir Stankovic crafts enchanting GIFs that don’t just capture entire stories in each frame, but entire worlds.
Design and Illustration for extinct, prehistoric animal specimens and fossils, natural history museum signage.
Human Origins: How Hominids Evolved (Infographic) By Ross Toro, Infographic Artist April 2014
Artist Spotlight: Natural History Illustrations by Kelsey Oseid
Creatures of the order Carnivora, Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 30 amazing bears, big cats, wolves, and more from the taxonomic order Carnivora. Printed in Minneapolis on acid fre
The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities – in pictures
The artist Viktor Wynd is a collector with no apparent filter – taxidermy, human remains, giant beans and McDonald’s Happy Meal toys all form part of his collection Más
Seuss Art: fantastical beast drawings, inspired by Natural History Illustrations meant to document new species
Memories Of Home - Limited Edition Print - Natural History Print - Monkey
Memories of home Scottish artist Lindsay Carr
Fabulous Natural History Illustrations by Kelsey Oseid
illustrations and goods by Kelsey Oseid by kelzuki
Peter Beard - Moite Bay, Lake Rudolf (Reflections in natural History), Annotated by the photographer and the artists E. Mwangi and Kuria in ink x cm)