Wonder Woman might have played a role in June 2017, when much of the artworks we received and selected were extremely feminine in nature.

However, there were a handful which we found to be awesome for their dark and gritty feel.

Enough talking! Here they are, a selection of artworks along with a special one which is crowned Eksentrika’s Art of the Month for June 2017.

yeanni.koo infuses tribal elements into her artworks. Here is one which she titled, “Tropicana Piece”.

A work in progress pen on paper piece by Aida Nurul. Inspired by 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Aida says this is part of her Dreams Underwater series.

Sarah Abraham is open for art commissions.

“Shit I must get Wonder Woman out of my head!” Wallace Destiny says. His artwork was the second most voted in June 2017 by our readers, garnering a total of 42 votes!


Veshalini Naidu‘s artwork was inspired by Sheena Baharudin’s poem, ‘Show Me’ from her latest book ‘All the Bodies We’ve Embraced

This is Tia Adalwolf aka Katze‘s first full-fledged illustration after being on hiatus for a year. Heavily inspired by Indonesia mythology, it is titled “Puppeteer”

Ivy Tay constantly churns out cute illustrations for short stories in Malaysia’s Sin Chew Daily.

Visithra‘s artwork was based on an ENTP, one of the 16 personalities that fall under the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality test.

A true Eastern God by Gastón Briceño Monsalve!

Meet Blythe, Aggie Yap‘s favorite doll.

More Wonder Woman fan art, this time by Jennifer Teh YL!

“What goes on with those tiny people in my cities?” Stephanie Yong aka Inksalad Illustrations wonders.

Her art does the talking for Khadija Owais.

“Eye and Eyeballs” was submitted to us by 12-year-old Manesha Miracle who used pencils to create this piece.

Inspired by The Mummy (the 1932 and 1959’s version) Fernando Fern decided to create this kick ass artwork!

“When I can’t express my feelings with words… I draw.” Nadya Puspa says.

A rendition of Wizard of Oz by Woody Hai!

Enigmatic by Hiraniya Applasamy.

Roselin Yusof‘s artwork ushered in Syawal!

Olivia Julius Dunggat‘s artwork is called “Dating Di Tabasan” (Dating at paddy field, “tabasan” means paddy field in Kadazan).

By June 28, we thought that Wallace’s artwork of Wonder Woman would be crowned Eksentrika’s Art of the Month for June 2017. How wrong we all were!

Lynndy Lee‘s rendition of Anuket, the Goddess of the River Nile sealed the deal when she got the most votes collectively from our Facebook and Instagram; 47!

Congratulations to all the artists – many of the artists above are members of the fast growing online art group; Doodle Malaysia – Do you doodle? Facebook group!

The winning artworks of all the 12-months will stand a chance to compete to become Eksentrika’s Art of the Year 2017. The winning artist will then receive a special surprise from us! Check out the previous art of the month here!

Interested to participate? Submit your best artwork to editors@eksentrika.com with the header “Art of the Month (enter month) 2017”. Do add short detail about the artwork such as the medium used and what inspired you to create it. Oh, please do include a link to your Instagram or Facebook page! Each artist can only submit one artwork per-month.