Illustrations by Keith Negley

Illustration // Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Keith Negley's works are steeped in a lovely quiet melancholy, beautifully executed meditations on loneliness and suffering. Negley has over 10 years of experience working in conceptual editorial illustration, with clients including The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Newsweek. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

Texting with Jenni Sparks

Illustration // Tuesday, October 30, 2012
London-based Jenni Sparks grew up in a somewhat tacky seaside town, and looking back now, sees all the inspiration she drew from that kind of environment - from dinky arcade machines to the general public's hatred for seagulls to saveloys (the English equivalent of a hotdog). Jenni's fierce love for hand-drawn type is evident, and her textually based illustrations are bold, whimsical and full of pop culture references.

Works by Pawel Mildner

Illustration // Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Pawel Mildner is a freelance illustrator based in Wroclaw, Poland. Also interested in hand lettering, Mildner is inspired by the flavor of non-digital mid-century classic design and the international graffiti scene. His colorful illustrations are full of vibrance and youthful dynamism.

Review: Casey Gray's "Garden Party" @ White Walls Gallery, SF

Illustration // Tuesday, October 30, 2012
"Garden Party," SF-based artist Casey Gray's newest show at White Walls Gallery feels a bit like what the 17th Century painting gallery of The Louvre might look like on acid. We've got a review and the pictures to prove it. . .

The Enigmatic Illustrations of Matt Leines

Illustration // Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Matt Leines' works are archetypal and modern all at once. His totemic figures and strange geometries dwell in an imagined future both a- and all-chronological, a universe full of mystery and wonder. Leines has shown at the Deste Foundation Centre of Contemporary Art in Athens, Greece, the Galleri Loyal in Stockholm, Sweden, and Deitch Projects in New York. He is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and now lives and works in Brooklyn.

'Vroum': Baptiste Virot's Illustrated Zine

Illustration // Monday, October 29, 2012
Sometimes I wish I could read in French, but in this case its alright because Baptiste Virot's new illustrated zine Vroum or 'Zoom' is made up completley out of quirky little illustrations of transportation devices. In a limited edition of 25 signed and numbered copies, this 42 page zine could be yours by simply emailing Baptiste. In the meantime, get your fix HERE!

Creative Diaries Episode #10: Johanna Tagada

Illustration // Monday, October 29, 2012
Johanna Tagada is a French Berlin based artist and textile designer, who lives in a dreamy and adventurous world inspired by literature, cinema, dance, ethnology and languages, where ideas take shape, colors and purpose. After her art and textile design studies and a short stay in Zürich, Johanna moved to Berlin on a cold May morning, where she found not only inspiration but also many new opportunities to showcase her artworks...

Sarah Andreacchio

Illustration // Monday, October 29, 2012
Sarah Andreacchio is a 24 year old artist that currently lives and works in France. She is influenced by other artists, such as her husband Emmanuel Kerner, Abner Graboff, Aliki, Bernice Myers, Alain Grée, JP Miller, Steinberg, Miroslav Sasek, Jean Cocteau and Calef Brown. Her playful, color blocked illustrations are laid out in multiple layers in Photoshop, with a beautifully simple, graphic result.

The Work of Peter Taylor

Illustration // Monday, October 29, 2012
Peter Taylor is a painter and illustrator from Vancouver, Canada, known for his plump tattooed forms in yoga-like positions. With a background in graffiti, Taylor has continued to work in large scale. Taylor’s paintings evoke a sense of balance and complexity, contemplation and playfulness....

Playful Works by Brecht Vandenbroucke

Illustration // Saturday, October 27, 2012
Brecht Vandenbroucke is an artist and illustrator based in Antwerp, Belgium. Vandenbroucke's paintings are full of humor and irreverence, boldly rendered narratives where playful juxtapositions and pop culture references become punchlines. He describes his works as somewhere "between Bauhaus and Mickey Mouse."

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