Katharina Roters Photographs Painted "Hungarian Cubes"

Illustration // Monday, August 25, 2014
Photographer Katharina Roters spends one year documenting the "Hungarian Cube" and this is the result: "The Magyar Kocka, or Hungarian Cube, is a standardized type of residential house in Hungary that dates back to the 1920s. It was designed as a radically functional single-family home for Budapest’s suburbs and housing projects...

Landscape Prints from Hasui Kawase

Illustration // Monday, August 25, 2014
Born in 1883, Japanese illustrator Hasui Kawase was one of the chief printmakers in the shin-hanga or "New Prints" movement of the early 20th century. Hasui's landscape works are stylistically unique...

Playing with Perspective: Allan D'Arcangelo

Illustration // Monday, August 25, 2014
Born in 1930 in Buffalo, New York, Allan D'Arcangelo was an American artist and print maker. He is best known for his paintings of highways and road signs. Allan transformed something which spoke to him within the mundane...

Amy Blue's TEN UP series: "When I was 10. Crushes"

Illustration // Monday, August 25, 2014
Words from artist and illustrator Amy Blue: "To be 10 again. What an age. Running, jumping, laughing and dancing without a care in the world. The early pop culture influences we experience as children...

Raymond Lemstra's Populated Worlds

Illustration // Sunday, August 24, 2014
Dutch artist Raymond Lemstra's linear and colorful illustrations often veer into the disconcerting or the grotesque. Interested in the curiosity and raw imagination of childhood fantasies, Lemstra attempts to bridge the gap between adulthood and the infinite wonder...

Watercolors by Dima Rebus

Illustration // Saturday, August 23, 2014
Moscow illustrator Dima Rebus's combines realistic urban scenes with magical and fantastical imagery in her crisp watercolors. Whether he's depicting the fluttering wings of a bird in flight or a gritty bad-ass tattooed figure, Rebus zooms in on the lifelike details...

Ghost In The Machine

Illustration // Friday, August 22, 2014
We guarntee that this blood robot selfie will top every other one on your feed today. Watch as artist Ted Lawson creates a life-sized self-portrait drawing, in his own blood, using a robot. With a life streaming IV attatched to his arm, Lawson stands by as the robotic rendering happens. Not for the blood-phobic.  

The Work of Thibault Meunier

Illustration // Friday, August 22, 2014
Lokhaan is the alter ego of Thibault Meunier, freelance illustrator, graphic designer and art director based in Lille, France. He graduated in 2007 from Sainte-Geneviève Institute in Paris with a degree in Animation movies, then worked for 3 years in the animation industry...

Simon C. Page's Graphic Psychedelics

Illustration // Friday, August 22, 2014
Simon C. Page has a passion for minimalism and some of his ‘favorite and most rewarding designs involves typography, geometry and science fiction.’ He likes his ‘work to adapt and evolve naturally for each project and not stay too static...'

Sci-Fi, Fantasy and James McCarthy

Illustration // Friday, August 22, 2014
"I guess it all stems from my childhood" is James McCarthy's banner statement. "I am not interested in cliches like unicorns and fairies and I do not want to overly sentimentalize my work. It is influenced by fantasy and science fiction up to a point, yes, but it is also personal...

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