Andrew Groves' Graphic Illustrations

Illustration // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
London illustrator Andrew Groves' graphic digital illustrations have appeared in everything from GQ to The New Yorker. His strange images display a remarkable ability to tease out the weird and uncanny in all sorts of stories and turn them into distinctive and self-sufficient images that reflect his signature aesthetic.

Emily Haworth's 'A Children's Series'

Illustration // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Emily Haworth's sepia-toned drawings seem almost like illustrations from a grim children's story. The stoic children, which resemble similarly creepy Victorian children's portraits, and their placement in strangely proportioned landscapes of toys and Christmas ornaments give the images a collage-y feel, although they were actually created with charcoal and colored pencil!  

Making Carhartt's Illustrated Ad by SHOHEI

Illustration // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
A really cool stop-motion film of the making of Carhartt's Winter 2012 illustrated ad campaign from Japanese illustrator SHOHEI. You can watch step by step as, using just a marker and ballpoint pen, SHOHEI manages to create the incredibly realistic fur lining of the jacket. And if you're craving more, check out the rest of the SHOHEI x Carhartt illustration videos after the jump.

Comics And Illustrations by Ze Jian Shen

Illustration // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Ze Jian "San San" Shen was born July 26, 1987, in Beijing, China. She received her BFA in Illustration & a BFA in Film/Animation/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2010. Illustrator, animator, and cute animal petter, Ze is the editor of the DIMENSIONS anthology, which features 16 artists from the United States. She is currently attending the Beijing Film Academy, for her MFA in Art Direction for Film.

The Whimsical World of Leontine Greenberg

Illustration // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Leontine Greenberg lives in Jackson Heights, Queens with her husband, daughter and two cats. Her work has been shown at galleries around the country, including ThinkSpace Gallery, Gallery 1988 and C.A.V.E. Gallery in Los Angeles, and MyPlasticHeart in New York. She is inspired by other people's flickr streams, rooftops, the coming environmental apocalypse, and the children's book section of the Strand Bookstore.

Luke Pearson

Illustration // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Luke Pearson is a freelance illustrator and comic book artist from the UK. He's produced work for clients such as Nobrow Press, Simon & Schuster, Random House, Channel 4, Preloaded, Wired, Radiolab, Gosh! Comics, Weezer, Margaret London, Playstation 3 and Little White Lies magazine. Taking inspiration from classic animation art, old book covers, and alt comics, Pearson strives for 'appealing cartooniness, clean lines, strong shapes and distinctive color schemes.'

Illustrations by Ali Gulec

Illustration // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Illustrator Ali Gulec exhibits a keen eye for design in his varied body of work. From cosmic cats to llama caravans, his pieces are quirky and full of strange but amusing juxtapositions.  Gulec is based in Istanbul, Turkey.

The Work of Rob Pybus

Illustration // Monday, November 05, 2012
Rob Pybus is a London based artist who graduated from Brighton University with a degree in Illustration. Since then he has worked freelance in many areas of illustration, graphic design, animation and storyboarding with some of his clients including Sony Music UK, Sony Playstation, Intel, Red Bull, Lenny Kravitz and Audi.

Daehyun Kim aka Moonassi Illustration

Illustration // Monday, November 05, 2012
Insanely surreal and beautifully simple illustrations from Daehyun Kim, who goes by Moonassi. 'I was born in Seoul, in 1980. Now I’m living and working in Vienna. I studied fine arts at a University, specializing in Traditional East-Asian Art/Paintings. And I am also working as a graphic designer.'

Derek Nobbs' Nautical Adventures

Illustration // Monday, November 05, 2012
Derek Nobbs was born in 1980 and has since then taken up an illustration style that involves morbidly adventurous outdoors-men, sailors and nautical themed imagery. He lives and paints in the Pacific Northwest and explains, 'I paint on a heavyweight hot-press paper, 300 lb. I give it that aged look using various common things: coffee, tea, whiskey, tobacco and tears.'

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