The Work of Duda Lanna

Illustration // Friday, August 31, 2012
Visual artist, Duda Lanna develops a work clearly inspired by psychedelic, seeking references in science fiction and retro-futuristic aesthetic of the ‘50s and ‘60s. Contrasting geometric elements with organic shapes, his paintings can move freely between the abstract and figurative, uniting past and future, science and religion.

Leigh Flurry

Illustration // Friday, August 31, 2012
Leigh Flurry aka Mr Flurry, is an illustrator and designer based in Bristol, United Kingdom. His style is a fusion. He attempts to blend his passion for Nature and Street art, whilst experimenting with new styles keeps him on his toes. He operates in the field of illustration primarily, but is very prolific in graphic design, typography and web design.

Vladimir (Waldez) Snegotskiy

Illustration // Friday, August 31, 2012
Vladimir Snegotskiy aka Waldez, is an artist living and working in Moscow, Russia. Waldez aims to create powerful and impressive artworks. Working with a minimal set of colors he enriches his works with complicated interlacing shapes. He also use fragments of human and animal bodies to tangle the meaning and composition. Despite the modern approach, his artworks are permeated with ethnic motifs, leading you away to antiquity and the unconscious.

"Kill For Love" by Justin M. Maller

Illustration // Friday, August 31, 2012
'Justin Maller is an Australian freelance illustrator and art director based in Brooklyn, New York. He has been creating digital art for over ten years, and has produced professionally in both a private and studio based capacity for the last four. Justin has had the pleasure of producing illustrations and concept art for a diverse array of companies and publications worldwide, and enjoys a cordial collaborative relationship with several prestigious international design studios...'

Hey Neverrider aka Matt Houston

Illustration // Thursday, August 30, 2012
Matt Houston is an illustrator and designer out in Columbus, Ohio- well versed and skilled an a variety of visual styles, he creates everything from abstractly, creepy characters and creatures (Wart Cat) to pixelated compositions and gorgeous, simple design.

"Crimson Premonition" by Karan Singh

Illustration // Thursday, August 30, 2012
  Karan Singh is an Australian illustrator and designer currently residing in New York City with a penchant for typography and colourful work. With experience gained from working at a multidisciplinary studio and spending the past five years working independently as an illustrator, his projects have seen him interact with a gamut of clients ranging from local design boutiques to internationally recognised brands and agencies.

SF Zine Fest!!

Illustration // Thursday, August 30, 2012
The San Francisco Zine Fest is a free, annual celebration of small-press publishing, from zines and comics to art books and beyond. The Zine Fest serves as a vital showcase of the diversity, creativity, and ongoing exuberance of the small-press movement. Our exhibitors range from established small-press publishing houses, illustrators, artists and doodlers alike.

'Sweet Tooth' opens in Echo Park

Illustration // Thursday, August 30, 2012
Sweet Tooth: A Group show dedicated to desserts, opens in Echo Park this Friday 8/31. The show features a selection of dessert-themed art from an all-star line-up of America's most talented contemporary artists & creatives at Echo Park's own Backside boutique. The delectable group exhibit is comprised of the latest work from some pretty heavy hitters- Benjamin Escobar, Benny Gold, Bobby Hundreds, Sprkfr,  & Johnny Vampotna to name a few....

The Nightmarish World of Cody Schibi

Illustration // Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Illustrator Cody Schibi is fascinated by freaky creatures and everything monstrous. No one is safe-- men, women and children alike sprout horns, extra eyeballs, and other gruesome appendages. These creepy details are all finely rendered in pen and ink. Schibi is based in Austin, Texas.

The Works of Anai Greog

Illustration // Wednesday, August 29, 2012
These colourful circles are from a series of art prints by Romanian artist, Georgiana Te?eleanu aka Anai Greog. Their barrage of beautiful decoration and symmetrical patterns are entrancing. Anai was first inspired by mandalas which she discovered trough the work of Carl Jung.

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