Insects Illustrations – Breaking the Stereotypes

If you think of insects as about tiny yet tremendously nasty, ugly, and annoying creatures, we are here to break such stereotypes and show that insects can really be funny, cute, smile-causing and positive beings. We welcome you to the gallery of insect illustrations at Cruzine, compiled with the brightest works of illustrators, featuring all types of insects. Though you will hardly meet all the creatures, featured here, in the wild nature environment, we believe this won’t be an obstacle for you to enjoy the “portraits” and change your perception of insects as part of the fauna.

The illustrations we have in the showroom today should a priori be perceived from the art point of view. The skills of illustrators, the depth of their imagination, and their unique creative vision surprise, amaze, and inspire – all at the same time. Looking at the insects illustrations, it becomes obvious that the visual art knows no limitations – it can turn anything into an attractive art piece. By the way, many of these illustrations have distinct cartoon or caricature features, so having a great time and a lot of fun while browsing through this entomological gallery is guaranteed.

Insects by Max Kostenko

1/20 by Steven Moreau

INSECTS by Seb NIARK1 FERAUT

Winter Bugs by Ana Gomez

cord. by deprivedanxiety

THE RARE SMILES by Javier Verdugo

Poster “Family of Insects” for McCann Erickson by Innokenti Korshunov

SUPER SPECIES by LACKO ILLUSTRATION

Insect-eating Robot MAZA by Tamara Mihajlovic

The Bio-Alphabet of Mechanical Insects. by Carolina Veliz

Project: INSECTS by Mateusz Szulik

Insect Series by shadow chen

Adult Tales by DiscoRat

Bugs by Alexander Toropchin

Typographic insects by Xavier Segers

“Insects” posters by Xavier Segers

»fiese viecher« | book by Mark Frömberg

Horror Show by Marco Nick

Kuznechiki by Sergey Krasnotcvetov

Insects by Dmitrij Paramonov

entomology 02. by deprivedanxiety

The Beatles vinyl Record Illustration (a tribute) by Julian Franky Tobon

Moth eaten by Aisha Young

Insects by Milena Doncheva

Bug concepts by Mateusz Szulik

Le mond des insectes / ESAG Penninghen, Paris by Camilla Mendini

Rare specimen (illustration book) by Daria Karpenko

diverse creatures | illustrations by Mark Frömberg

Blade and Ink for Cuaderno Salmón by Kadambari Misra

Scarabs and their Eyeballs by Sherrie Thai

Soldado. by Ivan Flugelman

Artwork by Antoine Rouleau

sour by Guacamole Goalie

Illustration Friday: Magnify version 2 by John Coulter

BUGGED by Robert Steven Connett

Flora vs. Fauna, UNDERWORLD IV by Robert Steven Connett

UNDERWORLD I (Insectus) by Robert Steven Connett

Migros Editorial Illustration by Christian Lindemann

Migros Magazine Illustration by Christian Lindemann

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Pavol Janovicek

With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.

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