Joel Daniel Phillips 'No Regrets in Life'

Illustration // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
In 'No Regrets in Life', Joel Daniel Phillips has created seven-foot tall charcoal and graphite odes to the homeless community of San Francisco's Central Market district. 'Through larger than life-sized renderings of individuals from my street corner, "No Regrets in Life" examines the people I encounter on a regular basis. Overlooked and unidentified, the renderings are an attempt to play with our voyeuristic tendencies toward the indigence surrounding us, hiding in plain sight...'

The Fantastical World of Victo Ngai

Illustration // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Victo Ngai is a New York based illustrator from Hong Kong. 'Victo' is short for 'Victoria,' a leftover from British colonization. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design's illustration program, Victo has received recognition from the New York Times, Communication Arts, American Illustration, Spectrum, SOI NY, SILA, 3X3, Applied Arts and CMYK mag, Digital Artist UK and many more.

Illustrations by Steve Kim

Illustration // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Steve Kim's work is founded on a process of abstraction and subtraction, in which anatomical details are detracted and replaced with planes of color and white voids. His fractured compositions become a game of visual conjecture, where the viewer works to fill in the blank. Kim received his BFA from the Art Center College of Design and his MFA from Claremont Graduate University. He lives and works in Los Angeles.

Minimalist Art Movements

Illustration // Monday, October 15, 2012
Moroccan, France based designer Outmane Amadou put together an entertaining series of minimalist art movement posters based on different eras in creativity. Simple, witty and intelligent, these beautifully designed images are perfect as simple pieces, individually or in a set. Enjoy your favorite movement's icon!

The Illustrations of Joshua Boulet

Illustration // Monday, October 15, 2012
Illustrator and comic artist Joshua Boulet has a couple new pieces completed, and available for your wall if you feel so inclined. His 5Points illustration of a New York scene is pretty intricate and amazing- full of all kinds of elements from the street in high contrast black on white. Thanks for the reader submission Joshua!

Éi Kaneko's Drawings

Illustration // Monday, October 15, 2012
Éi Kaneko's drawings are rendered from collages composed of found images. The fragments of different images are taken out of their original context, and with them an entirely new, abstracted image emerges. As an artist, he also creates limited edition zines for purchase, he currently lives and creates in Tokyo.

Master of the Month: Emma Kunz

Illustration // Monday, October 15, 2012
Emma Kunz was a Swiss telepathic healer, researcher, and artist who in the 1940's, channeled drawings for her patients using colored pencils, crayons, graph paper and a pendulum. For most of her life, Kunz served as a telepathic healer and her drawings operated both as documentation of research into and as conduits for patterns of vibrational energy that could be used to realign the psychic imbalances underlying her patients’ medical conditions and cure them.

Mario Hugo

Illustration // Sunday, October 14, 2012
Mario Hugo is a New York based creative director (Hugo and Marie), designer, and illustrator. Though he spends a large amount of time in front of his computer, Mario is still most interested in the traditional approach to creating, including a pencil and two or more sheets of paper.

Izziyana Suhaimi: Embrodiery and Illustration

Illustration // Saturday, October 13, 2012
'Endlessly curious. My work primarily involves the use of embroidery. I am interested in collapsing the boundaries between traditional and popular cultures and exploring the links that exist between these two. My work examines how this particular mishmash manifests itself in modern times, especially concerning modern youths. Preferring to work with craft-based techniques, I am attracted to the evidence of the hand and its time-consuming aspect...

Dissimilated Vision

Illustration // Friday, October 12, 2012
An illustrated animation from artist, Katayama Takuto, 'Dissimilated Vision' was put together with remarkable simplicity of the illustrated line and a lot of anatomical imagination. With music by Kikuchi Ryouta and arrangement from Hamanaka Shun. Sit back and enjoy this one.

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