New Work By Sam Vanallemeersch

Illustration // Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The intensely detailed drawings of Sam Vanallemeersch are intricatley anarchic, obsessiveley loud and slightly manic. Vanallemeersch is an Antwerp based illustrator with an awe-inspiring collection of graphic work featuring a impressive amount of doodling that is so complex that one must wonder where his drawings begin and end.

Brad Simon 'Most Likely To Fail'

Illustration // Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Brad Simon is an artist, designer & illustrator in Portland, OR who created a humorous series of cartoon portraits of personalities and characters that are 'Most Likely to Fail'. With interests, specialties and goals in an array of abstract topics like 'Roast Beef Dreams', 'Rug Burns' or 'President of the Pillow Riders', Simon's illustrations have their hearts in line with their passions.

El Grio's Minimalism

Illustration // Tuesday, January 15, 2013
An immediate favorite, the artist El Grio captures the beauty of simplicity in his paintings and depictions of mundane objects. Often featuring one object at a time, El Grio renders them much like a still-life, in their typical environment, very ordinarily. Raw and un-embellished ubiq­ui­tous sub­jects are his specialty.

Sean Lewis Draws

Illustration // Monday, January 14, 2013
Sean Lewis is a Toronto, Canada based artist and illustrator, using a variety of mediums to create his richly fluid, intricate works. He completed a Bachelor of Design from OCADU and received the grad shows Gold Medal for his thesis work. He has continued to put out expressive commercial and personal work on a regular basis since then.

Going off the Deep End in Animation

Illustration // Monday, January 14, 2013
'The Deep End' is a hand drawn animation put together by the talented Jake Fried 2013. Using ink, white-out and coffee, Jake takes you through a visual trip, that unfolds with evolving complexity, telling an abstracted, psychedelic tale of well.... the deep end I suppose.

Marj Newnham: The Flood

Illustration // Monday, January 14, 2013
Illustrator and designer Marj Newnham is currently studying illustration just outside Bristol. Recently, Marj has been lucky to work with clients and produce art work for Boomsatuma, Cadbury Hill Records & local bands New York City Cops and the Fix. Marj has also worked along side professional artists such as the modellers from Aardman animations and more recently street artist Filthy Luker. Enjoy!

Kelsey King's Illustrations

Illustration // Monday, January 14, 2013
With a strong sense of fantasy and a little whimsy, Kelsey King's illustrations strive for an elegance that is inspired in history, myth, and fairy tales. The style in her illustrations uses a high level of detail and pattern to create a visual seduction that at times contrasts with darker content.

Dead Lips Sink Ships

Illustration // Sunday, January 13, 2013
We came across a whole dark mess of new prints available from the talented hand of Stuntkid, or Jason Levesque, a self taught artist living in Norfolk, VA. Jason has a small fascination with biology and the earth sciences that lends itself to his work, which has been commissioned for use in comics, magazines and periodicals worldwide. Loving the new darkness, Sin is in.

Geometric Snow Illustrations

Illustration // Saturday, January 12, 2013
We are loving the geometric snow illustrations created by Simon Beck's larger than life process of walking across the snow in raquettes (snowshoes) for up to 10 hours at a time! Talking about his process, he says, 'Most of this activity takes place in the ski resort of Les Arcs, where I own an apartment and spend most of the winter. On average they take about 10 hours to really do it properly, some are a little unfinished, if my feet get cold or hurt too much...'

Mark Landis - Father Philanthropy

Illustration // Friday, January 11, 2013
'Standing next to 57-year-old Mississippi native Mark Landis in the watercolors aisle of a local art store, the words “master art forger” are the least likely to come to mind. Bald, stooped, and slight of voice, Landis looks more the part of a paint-by-the-numbers hobbyist. And yet for the better part of thirty years, this unassuming figure managed to dupe nearly fifty art institutions in over twenty states into accepting forged art works. Many still don’t know they’ve been tricked...'

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