Mark Mulroney's Flat Stuff

Illustration // Monday, January 21, 2013
If you've ever wondered what perverse, children's illustrations would look like on LSD, or how one could combine amateur, hallucinogenic drawings with bizarre surrealism and realism at the same time, look no further than the work of Mark Mulroney. Fascinating, captivating, humorous, and well rounded- the talent of Mulroney still stands as one of my favorites. 

Daniel Stendardo's Porcelain Portraits

Illustration // Monday, January 21, 2013
Daniel Stendardo is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer, living and working between Lecce and Milan, Italy. His characters are immersed in everyday life with a new wave of retro glamor that characterizes the costume and trends of 2000. His works have a Victorian atmosphere, and his models, with their alabaster skin and dressed like porcelain dolls, enchant the viewer into a retro-futuristic world...

Daniel Pagan: Ride or Die

Illustration // Sunday, January 20, 2013
Daniel Pagan is an artist from Queens NY currently living and studying in the Baltimore area. Born in 1990, he was raised in Puerto Rico until 1997, when his family packaged him up and shipped him to the beautiful city of New York. He moved to Baltimore to attend the Maryland Institute of Art in 2009, where he will be graduating with a BFA in the class of 2013. Aside from illustrating, Ihe also enjoys all things music, reading and writing poetry, skateboarding, and anything soccer.

Baroque Ornamental Typeforms

Illustration // Saturday, January 19, 2013
These gorgeously ornate letterforms were designed in the mid-1600s by the Polish goldsmith, Jan Christian Bierpfaff in the 1600's. He apprenticed with the Mackensen family of metalworkers in Cracow who introduced the Dutch auricular style of ornament into the Polish gold and silver workshops. Bierpfaff's organic alphabet (dedicated to the patriarch of the Mackensen clan) blends the newly discovered shell patterns with grotesque botanical styling...  

Julia Randall: Chewed Up

Illustration // Friday, January 18, 2013
Julia Randall is in love with drawing, and uses her seductive technique to craft images that subtly challenge assumptions about corporeality, desire, and the natural world. Intersecting sensibilities activate her work; images are simultaneously erotic and humorous, beautiful and repulsive. Although she clearly operates in the realm of fantasy, Randall uses observation-based drawing and hyperrealistic technique to create images that are surreal and suggestive.

Striking Work from the Artist Sail

Illustration // Friday, January 18, 2013
Born in 1980 in Oslo, Norway, the artist and illustrator Sail currently  lives and works on the top of a hill near the sea and tends to keep to himself. His dramatic, gestural illustrations are full of heavy contrasted emotion and some of his clients include Sprint, Random House and Soft Skull Press. Beautiful work.

Natalie Toms Ilustrates Animals

Illustration // Friday, January 18, 2013
Natalie Toms was born in Cornwall, a place of faraway fields, cascading cliff faces and sleepy shores. She spent the summers of her childhood marvelling at the tall trees and little creatures in the fields behind her grandparents' house. Burying herself deeper in the thickets of the countryside, she would build dwellings beneath trees, make drawings, hang wind-chimes from branches and collect leaves, sycamore seeds and other natural ephemera that she found on her wanderings.

Logan Fitzpatrick: Furby Love

Illustration // Friday, January 18, 2013
Logan Fitzpatrick a young artist and illustrator living in Brooklyn, NY and currently attending Pratt Institute with a focus in Illustration. He has received two American Graphic Design Awards from GD USA, featured on Toy Design Served, & worked with Gallery 1988 and HelloGiggles among many others. Prepare to get your mind warped into hyper-speed from a donut induced jet-ski tail spin, hosted by your favorite shredding dolphin, with whipped cream on top. Furby Love.

Zach Meyer's Cheap Theatrics

Illustration // Thursday, January 17, 2013
Specializing in all things illustration, Zach Meyer is known for his high contrast portraiture for editorial pieces, deeply intricate scenes that appear to be renderings of compositions out of a movie, and of course 'Cheap Theatrics'- like the name of this piece. Zach lives and works in Illinois and created this drawing using acrylic and ink on paper.

Jay Howell at Fecal Face Gallery

Illustration // Thursday, January 17, 2013
Here we go. Coming up this Feb. 1st at Fecal Face Gallery in San Francisco, the one and only Jay Howell will be displaying a new selection of his epicly amazing illustrations- his third solo show at the space. Jay is now a Los Angeles based artist with his hands in everything from cartooning to face melting. YES!


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