In the Guides section of the site, each article has a colorful header with an illustration. This is a fragment of the Guides feed:
It was preferable that the illustrations consisted of isolated objects or characters on solid backgrounds but sometimes this rule was intentionally disregarded for the sake of close-ups giving some variety.
A few guides cover a common subject explaining how a creator can make money on this or that platform, like Patreon or Telegram. The idea for the illustrations, in this case, was to naturally integrate the platform logos into a composition while not exploiting the direct meaning of a particular logo and/or the platform name. For example, this is the illustration for the article titled How to make money in Telegram:
Some of the illustrations reference popular culture, like this one for the article titled How to price my first NFT?
This illustration for the guide titled How to sell artwork as NFT is an homage to Banksy's Girl with Balloon.
Illustrations for the articles about making money on Patreon, Snapchat and Discord, and about DAO:
Sketch vs. final illustration:
An example of the illustration usage on a guide page:
And here are the logos integrated into some of the illustrations above. Have you spotted all of them? 😉