Cam Floyd's 'Entourage'

Illustration // Saturday, October 06, 2012
Cam Floyd's piece entitled 'Entourage' depicts the royalty of some alternate future-past reality in vivid, hyper-color. Cam is a freelance illustrator and artist living in Los Angeles. His interests include printmaking, computer graphics, the Northern Renaissance, burritos and the space-time continuum. When not chained to his drawing table he likes to hike, surf, read, and make music.

Scott Campbell's Great Showdowns

Illustration // Friday, October 05, 2012
Since the beginning of time, there has been struggle. The epic clash of being against being. Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Triceratops. Giant Squid vs. the Sperm Whale. The Circle vs. the Square. The struggle is forever. It makes the world turn around. These are the struggles that make us stop what we are doing and sort of check things out… wondering what the eff. This is a chronicling of some of the greatest confrontations in FILM HISTORY...

Tina St. Claire Illustration

Illustration // Friday, October 05, 2012
The art and processes of Tina St. Claire encompass a wide variety of subject and medium. The native Los Angeles artist, pixel pusher and music maker may exhibit tendencies towards different inspirations, but the presence of teeth and mouths carry over to almost all of her creative work.

Jeannie Phan: Fall of the Traveller

Illustration // Friday, October 05, 2012
Jeannie Phan is an internationally published illustrator based in the lovely city of Toronto, Canada. She works in acrylic gouache and ink to create surreal-like images with an urban twist. When I'm she's drawing, she stays busy creating zines, doodling comics or delving into the pits of web coding and video games.

Illustrator Adam Batchelor

Illustration // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Born in Norfolk England, illustrator Adam Batchelor's work is influenced by issues of social injustice throughout the world, exploring of the breakdown and conflict between humanity and the natural world. His drawings are predominantly created using mechanical and colored pencils to produce intricate, evocative drawings with a subtle political punch.

The Event by Julia Pott

Illustration // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Illustrator and animator Julia Pott once again brings her dark and atmospheric touch to her most recent animated project, "The Event," a short film about love and a severed foot at the end of the world. Directed by Pott and produced through the UK's Channel 4 Random Acts initiative, the short was hand drawn and motion tracked to live action footage shot in Montauk, NY.

Anai Greog's Circular Motions

Illustration // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Romanian artist Georgiana Teseleanu, aka Anai Greog, draws upon her experience as a psychotherapist, as well as her own journey into her unconscious mind, as emotional inspiration for her geometrically-driven illustrations. The circular shape of her canvas arises from a personal place, allowing her both the spacial limits and conceptual freedom she needs to fully explore her creative visions.

The Ghastly Illustrations of Jesse Auersalo

Illustration // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Jesse Auersalo's artworks are digital drawings based on photographs. He is fond of irregular shapes, abstract compositions and ideas and muted tones, especially the grey scale. He has been selected for Creative Review's Illustration Annual as well as for IDN's Most anted issue. I came across a couple new (to me) images from his agent's site, Pekka, that recently caught my attention.

Mike Mitchell's Patterns

Illustration // Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Mike Mitchell is an artist in Los Angeles. He has a wife Lauren, three cats, and a dog. He thinks high fives are pretty cool and has a pretty great, humorous collection of illustrations ranging from fat birds to intricate repetitive patterns of some of your favorite icons and characters, in the form of round children. Loving his illustrated pattern work.

Undead Pooh

Illustration // Wednesday, October 03, 2012
  London-based artist James Rawson puts the undead spin on the beloved world of Winnie the Pooh, re-imagining the Hundred Acre Wood as a treacherous zone full of infected zombie hoards starving to rip the ever-living stuffing out of Pooh and his cohorts.


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