Kristy Anne Ligones' Poster Process

Illustration // Friday, February 24, 2012
'I got invited by Nike to do a Manny Pacquiao poster for the Bo Jackson All For One Event, showcasing the new Nike Trainer 1.2. Designs were all inspired by each athletes that were chosen for this, and Manny is one of them, and luckily I got chosen to do his poster as well.' Kristy Anne Ligones shows the steps going into the color process for the final poster.

Aaron Winnenberg

Illustration // Friday, February 24, 2012
Aaron Winnenberg is an Ohio born artist who currently lives in Seattle. His paintings and drawings are constantly challenging the forces of apathy versus chaos. The characters represented are always confronted by sticky situations, yet they remain still and calm, finding their way through without a fuss. He is influenced by the idea of productivity through the use of apathy, and the hours upon hours of cartoons he watched as a kid

Jacob Dahlstrup Jensen

Illustration // Friday, February 24, 2012
Hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark, with a BFA from the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, the work of Jacob Dahlstrup Jensen consists primarily of delicate paper-based works and installations. Pulling from the tradition of "nature morte," Jensen uses elements of medieval woodcuts and baroque ornaments in his maritime folk art-inspired illustrations.

Gino Bud Hoiting's Rookshaw

Illustration // Thursday, February 23, 2012
illustrator Gino Bud Hoiting was born and raised in Utrecht, Holland, graduating from the Utrecht School of Arts with a BFA in Illustration in 2009. Touching on themes of nostalgia, hype, and contemporary news bytes, Hoiting's raw illustrations are brought to life with a chaotic visual aesthetic and bizarre sense of humor akin to early Terry Gilliam animations.

Karolina Rojas

Illustration // Thursday, February 23, 2012
From Brooklyn-based illustrator Karolina Rojas comes this haunting series of digital paintings, "Memorabilia Persona," exploring our relationship to time and allegories of death. Exposing the landscapes of human anatomy and the unalterable mortality of living things, Rojas pays tribute to the cycles of nature and the black void of the unknown that lies beyond our brief existence.

Dwayne Bell

Illustration // Thursday, February 23, 2012
Dwayne Bell is a Scottish illustrator whose engaging and lovely style blends digital techniques with excellent hand drawing skills in a sort of contemporary collage, influenced by both current and traditional illustration trends. Some of his clients have included GQ, Adidas, Digital Creative Arts Magazine, and Computer Arts Magazine.

'More Light' Preview: Lafe Harley Eaves at Park Life Gallery

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
'More Light' is a two-person show of new works by Francesco Deiana and Lafe Harley Eaves that opens this Friday February 24th at Park Life in San Francisco. I dropped by the gallery earlier this week to do a little Q&A with Lafe and get a quick peek of the installation in progress, mainly because I admire his work and, well, I Just. Couldn't. Wait. Any. Longer!!!

How to Draw: The saddest thing I've ever seen, ever.

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Do you want to learn how to draw an sad, depressed, crying Spongebob Squarepants character? We have put a step by step drawing tutorial for you to learn how to draw a depressed Spongebob Squarepants. Kids, teens, and adults should all be able to to complete this instructional lesson, drawing the saddest thing in the universe.

Pat Perry's Meticulous Nature

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Pat Perry is an artist and illustrator who calls Grand Rapids, Michigan home. The lands of the north, colorful people, music, and the ordinary streets of the Midwest have always moved him. In between showing his art from coast to coast or working with an assortment of clients, Pat travels as much as possible. Although he is happy to be able to speak and have an audience through his artwork, he does his best everyday to listen and learn from the world he lives in.

Ken Taylor

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Melbourne based Illustrator & Designer Ken Taylor works primarily within the music industry and is predominantly well known for his striking rock posters. Ken started in Perth Western Australia doing posters and album artwork for local bands. In 2001 He moved to Melbourne and slowly started to create a name for himself within Melbourne’s music scene. In 2006 he went out on his own and started to work full time on music based artwork. Gremlins!!!!

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