Adorable

21 Apr 2014


Today’s delightful Elvis Adora is the third in a series of illustrations created by Indian animator P. Radha krishnan (Rakesh P. Nair) from Kerala. Rakesh had been Illustrating children magazines since 1986, and is a father of three daughters of his own.
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. The first drawings were here and here.
Thank you again, Rakesh!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

Today’s delightful Elvis Adora is the third in a series of illustrations created by Indian animator P. Radha krishnan (Rakesh P. Nair) from Kerala. Rakesh had been Illustrating children magazines since 1986, and is a father of three daughters of his own.

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. The first drawings were here and here.

Thank you again, Rakesh!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

19 Apr 2014

Today’s wonderful Adora By The Taj Mahal, One Of The Wonders Of The World, is the second of two illustrations created by Indian animator P. Radha krishnan (Rakesh P. Nair) from Kerala. Rakesh had been Illustrating children magazines since 1986, and is a father of three daughters of his own.
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. The first drawing was here.
Thank you again, Rakesh!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

Today’s wonderful Adora By The Taj Mahal, One Of The Wonders Of The World, is the second of two illustrations created by Indian animator P. Radha krishnan (Rakesh P. Nair) from Kerala. Rakesh had been Illustrating children magazines since 1986, and is a father of three daughters of his own.

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. The first drawing was here.

Thank you again, Rakesh!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

17 Apr 2014


Today’s lovely Adora And The Itsy Bitsy Spider is the second of two drawings created by British illustrator Audrey Nisbet, who wrote: I believe everyone deserves to be drawn at least once in their lives and Adora has the privilege of being drawn all her life thanks to her. It has been a joy to be part of this lovely project. Here is her facebook page.
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. The first drawing was here.
Thank you again, Audrey!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

Today’s lovely Adora And The Itsy Bitsy Spider is the second of two drawings created by British illustrator Audrey Nisbet, who wrote: I believe everyone deserves to be drawn at least once in their lives and Adora has the privilege of being drawn all her life thanks to her. It has been a joy to be part of this lovely project. Here is her facebook page.

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. The first drawing was here.

Thank you again, Audrey!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

15 Apr 2014

Today’s awesome “Be Creative”, Adora Painting On The Iron Giant, was created by illustrator Dan Catt from The UK.
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List, and is the second version of the same theme.
Thank you so much, Dan!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s awesome “Be Creative”, Adora Painting On The Iron Giant, was created by illustrator Dan Catt from The UK.

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List, and is the second version of the same theme.

Thank you so much, Dan!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

13 Apr 2014

Today’s lovely Adora portrait is the first of two, created by British illustrator Audrey Nisbet, who wrote: I believe everyone deserves to be drawn at least once in their lives and Adora has the privilege of being drawn all her life thanks to her. It has been a joy to be part of this lovely project. Here is her facebook page.
This was based on this photograph., which was also used by Anat Ronen.
Thank you so much, Audrey!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

Today’s lovely Adora portrait is the first of two, created by British illustrator Audrey Nisbet, who wrote: I believe everyone deserves to be drawn at least once in their lives and Adora has the privilege of being drawn all her life thanks to her. It has been a joy to be part of this lovely project. Here is her facebook page.

This was based on this photograph., which was also used by Anat Ronen.

Thank you so much, Audrey!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

11 Apr 2014


Today’s lovely Octopus Adora With Totoro was created by illustrator Meg Lyman from Washington. Meg’s specialty is cute octopus, and Adora is the perfect inspiration. Here is her etsy store.
Thank you so much, Meg!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s lovely Octopus Adora With Totoro was created by illustrator Meg Lyman from Washington. Meg’s specialty is cute octopus, and Adora is the perfect inspiration. Here is her etsy store.

Thank you so much, Meg!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

8 Apr 2014

Today’s mythical Joan of Arc Adora was gifted to Adora by gifted Norwegian illustrator Simon Dahle Nyhus from Oslo. Simon is a 3D artist in the Norwegian film industry doing digital sculptures and models for commercials and movies. Here are his blog.and his tumblr.
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. 
Takk så mye, Simon!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s mythical Joan of Arc Adora was gifted to Adora by gifted Norwegian illustrator Simon Dahle Nyhus from Oslo. Simon is a 3D artist in the Norwegian film industry doing digital sculptures and models for commercials and movies. Here are his blog.and his tumblr.

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List

Takk så mye, Simon!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

6 Apr 2014


Today’s lovely Adora portrait was created by illustrator Melissa Narrance from Spokane, Washington. Here is a Kafka portrait by her.
Thank you so much, Missy!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s lovely Adora portrait was created by illustrator Melissa Narrance from Spokane, Washington. Here is a Kafka portrait by her.

Thank you so much, Missy!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

4 Apr 2014

Today’s mystical Adora in Wonderland was created by Cedric Allen Jr., from Birmingham, Alabama. Cedric is a freelance graphic designer and Communications graduate from the University of Alabama, specializing in album art, digital print, photography, illustration, and other delights. Here is his twitter stream. 
This was based on this recent photograph, and was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. Previous versions of Alice in Wonderland were created by Charlotte Hussey, by Vladimir Stankovic and by Stamatopoulos Nectarios. It was based on this photograph.
Thank you so much, Cedric!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s mystical Adora in Wonderland was created by Cedric Allen Jr., from Birmingham, Alabama. Cedric is a freelance graphic designer and Communications graduate from the University of Alabama, specializing in album art, digital print, photography, illustration, and other delights. Here is his twitter stream.

This was based on this recent photograph, and was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. Previous versions of Alice in Wonderland were created by Charlotte Hussey, by Vladimir Stankovic and by Stamatopoulos Nectarios. It was based on this photograph.

Thank you so much, Cedric!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

2 Apr 2014

The sun did not shine. 
It was too wet to play. 
So we sat in the house. 
All that cold, cold, wet day…
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Today’s whimsical Cat In The Hat Adora was gifted to Adora by gifted Russian illustrator Julia Shironina from Saransk. Here is her Behance portfolio. 
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. 
огромное спасибо, Julia!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

The sun did not shine.

It was too wet to play.

So we sat in the house.

All that cold, cold, wet day…

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Today’s whimsical Cat In The Hat Adora was gifted to Adora by gifted Russian illustrator Julia Shironina from Saransk. Here is her Behance portfolio

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List

огромное спасибо, Julia!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

31 Mar 2014

Today’s symbolic Adora Consulting The Golden Tongue is the ninth episode in a series created by visionary artist Ellis Nadler from London, UK.
This series is called The Dream Of Eudora, and it can be found on Ellis’s flickr set. I also set up a separate page for this series here.
Here are his blog, his flickr stream and his tumblr. His many art projects are listed on the side bar here., including a short presentation about his Cards of U’ut. More here.
Thank you again, Ellis!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s symbolic Adora Consulting The Golden Tongue is the ninth episode in a series created by visionary artist Ellis Nadler from London, UK.

This series is called The Dream Of Eudora, and it can be found on Ellis’s flickr set. I also set up a separate page for this series here.

Here are his blog, his flickr stream and his tumblr. His many art projects are listed on the side bar here., including a short presentation about his Cards of U’ut. More here.

Thank you again, Ellis!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

29 Mar 2014


Today’s yummy Ben & Jerry Adora was gifted to Adora by gifted Romanian illustrator Andrei Nicolescu from Bucharest. Andrei is a student of Design at the University of Architecture Ion Mincu, who enjoys making delicious sweet patterns, inspired by the seven sins of sweet tooth…
Here is his Bēhance portfolio. He is also a member of the illustration group De Aici Vin Ideile.
This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. It was based on this photograph, which was also used by Hadas Raiss, by Danny Lam and by Christian Centeno.
Mulțumesc foarte mult, Andrei!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

Today’s yummy Ben & Jerry Adora was gifted to Adora by gifted Romanian illustrator Andrei Nicolescu from Bucharest. Andrei is a student of Design at the University of Architecture Ion Mincu, who enjoys making delicious sweet patterns, inspired by the seven sins of sweet tooth…

Here is his Bēhance portfolio. He is also a member of the illustration group De Aici Vin Ideile.

This was done after a request on the Adora Art Wish List. It was based on this photograph, which was also used by Hadas Raiss, by Danny Lam and by Christian Centeno.

Mulțumesc foarte mult, Andrei!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

27 Mar 2014

Today’s gorgeous time-lapse video was created by young Italian artist Marta Valeria Fonisto, who go by the internet moniker of Airelav. Here are her DeviantArt portfolio and her tumblr blog.

It was based on (an old photograph that I can’t trace yet…)

See the final artwork below..

Vi ringrazio tanto, Valeria!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

27 Mar 2014

Today’s gorgeous Adora portrait was created by young Italian artist Marta Valeria Fonisto, who go by the internet moniker of Airelav. Valeria currently attends the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, and she wrote: I love painting because it is the means by which I can better express what I feel inside of me.
Here are her DeviantArt portfolio and her tumblr blog.
It was based on (an old photograph that I can’t trace yet…)
See also the time-lapse video above.
Vi ringrazio tanto, Valeria!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s gorgeous Adora portrait was created by young Italian artist Marta Valeria Fonisto, who go by the internet moniker of Airelav. Valeria currently attends the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, and she wrote: I love painting because it is the means by which I can better express what I feel inside of me.

Here are her DeviantArt portfolio and her tumblr blog.

It was based on (an old photograph that I can’t trace yet…)

See also the time-lapse video above.

Vi ringrazio tanto, Valeria!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

24 Mar 2014


Today’s beautiful Adora, sleeping underwater, was created by German freelance Graphic Designer Frances Bergleiter. Frances, who go by the name of iuvien, wrote: I love portraits because people are fascinating to me, and drawing them gives me a chance to catch a glimpse of their personality.  
Here are her DeviantArt portfolio and her blog.
It was based on this photograph, which was also used recently by Richard Wells.
Vielen Dank, iuvien!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.

Today’s beautiful Adora, sleeping underwater, was created by German freelance Graphic Designer Frances Bergleiter. Frances, who go by the name of iuvien, wrote: I love portraits because people are fascinating to me, and drawing them gives me a chance to catch a glimpse of their personality.  

Here are her DeviantArt portfolio and her blog.

It was based on this photograph, which was also used recently by Richard Wells.

Vielen Dank, iuvien!

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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.

I am looking for somebody who can edit a similar video compilation of the next 400 artworks. If interested, please contact me.