Drawing over photos illustrations

Transform your photos into captivating illustrations with these creative drawing ideas. Discover how to add a unique touch to your images and bring them to life.
Lilliputs Series: I Draw Giants On Architectural Photos Draw, Art Photography, Street Art, Art, Illustration Art, Drawing Over Photos Illustrations, Ilustrasi, Resim, Drawings

I am an architect, academician and illustrator living in Turkey. I started to draw big characters on street photos I took with my smartphone, named "Lilliputs series". The name comes from the novel "Gulliver's Travels", the city of dwarfs. Here, we, real people, become dwarfs.

Artist Inserts Drawings Into Real World Situations And The Result Is Very Cute (42 Pics) Graffiti, Drawing Over Photos Illustrations, Illustration Artists, Quirky Illustration, Illustration Art Drawing, Photography Illustration, Illustration Art, Creative Illustration, Draw On Photos

Indian artist Vidhi Naik has created a fun and smart way to showcase her artistic talent. She draws cartoonish-looking characters and places them in real-life situations of the world around her as she makes her characters come to life.

Anshika Sinha
I Doodle On Film Photos To Tell A Different Story | Bored Panda Photo Art, Architecture, Photography, Collage, Photography Series, Fotografia, Photomontage, Fotografie, Photography Inspo

I studied Graphic Design in Bucharest, Romania and I simply love everything related to visual communication. I try to focus on Information Design because I want to design for need, not for desire. My intention is to communicate the essence of a message with minimal interventions and techniques.

Simon Voigt
Photo Invasion Photo Art, Art, Street Art, Lucas Levitan, Fotos, Kunst, Fotografia, Fotografie, Sanat

Lucas Levitan is a Brazilian artist and self-confessed "Photo Invader". Using other people's Instagram pictures as canvases for his own creations, he modifies the photographs by infusing them with the weird and wonderful creatures and characters of his imagination. He credits everybody for the pictures he uses and he even invites people to have their own photos invaded by using the hashtag #iwanttobeinvaded.

Emily Wickus