The Three Points by Chris Pell

Illustration // Friday, June 29, 2012
Chris Pell's series "The Three Points" is a narrative of intricate creatures of the night. These monsters and beasts seem to be all alone amongst the unique fantasy worlds he creates. Pell's interests include mysticism, alchemy, and animism and when he is not making art he is producing music and djing.

Magical Skulls by Agustín Croxatto

Illustration // Friday, June 29, 2012
Buenos Aires based illustrator Agustín Croxatto (who also goes by AC) turns the human skull into something more magical and rad. His complex skull drawings are super detailed, each one has their own unique personality. Some characters that influence his work include Frankenstein and Dracula. Besides being an illustrator, Croxatto is a skater & music lover and has also had his work featured in zines.

Paintings by Jesse Fillingham

Illustration // Friday, June 29, 2012
Los Angeles based illustrator Jesse Fillingham brought to life some wizardly looking men for this series. These paintings were made for "Life is a Casino", a group show he participated in located in Denmark. A recent honors graduate from Art Center College of Design, Jesse is a fan of burgers, mythology, and unicorns.

Enter the bizarre universe of Mathieu Desjardins

Illustration // Friday, June 29, 2012
Both dark and psychedelic, Mathieu Desjardins' illustrations depict unique creatures in freaky and sometimes grotesque scenarios. His influences include Charles Burns, Gary Panter and Robert Crumb. With strong roots the fanzine culture, Desjardins has published zine Gestroco Club since 2001.

Gorlep Returns!

Illustration // Thursday, June 28, 2012
Ok. So there's this 25 year old kid out of Mexico that takes requests to draw ANY Simpsons character ever, then he does so, with a little video tutorial of each one, totally killing it just like the original. Am I missing something here or is this dude just awesome? Watch and Learn. Ha.

Denise Nestor Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, June 28, 2012
Based in Dublin, Ireland, Denise Nestor creates delicate, airy illustration work focusing on intricate narratives of nature and personal portraiture, sometimes blending the two. Her soft palettes and work with graphite, in the majority of her wreaths and drawings, have a lustrous and mature sensibility to them.

MAD VS. CANCER Benefit Auction

Illustration // Thursday, June 28, 2012
'One of the best people around, and a damn good friend of Living Proof Magazine, MAD, co-founder of the Infamous Mag; respected Philadelphia artist; and all-around good dude, was recently diagnosed with cancer. The MAD Vs. Cancer Benefit Auction has gotten donations of paintings, prints, and more from artists Estevan Oriol, Kenny Scharf, Ellen Stagg, Hannah Stouffer, CLAW MONEY, Jim Houser, Cole Gerst, and more to help his cause!!

Niv Bavarsky

Illustration // Thursday, June 28, 2012
Niv (Neeeeev) Bavarsky is an artist/illustrator currently living in the Bay area of California. He received a BFA in Illustration in 2010 from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. He does some great, abstractly loose illustration work for himself and clients, including The New York Times, Plansponsor, Nobrow, The Stranger, MORE Collective, Vapor Records, and more.

Jesse Balmer: Beasts

Illustration // Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Jesse Balmer was born in San Juan Capistrano, California in 1987. He has been drawing since before he can remember, which was really only much-less-than-the-blink-of-an-eye ago on the geologic time scale. He now resides in San Francisco, California where his dignity remains intact for now.

Lucy Evans Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, June 27, 2012
'My work is about the viewer being able to lose themselves in a moment of fascination and curiosity. To be mesmerised by a combination of intricate mark making and surreal conceptual content. I like to allow the audience to work out the narrative for themselves or to interpret the imagery in their own personal way. I am heavily influenced by music, places and beautiful, ethereal things.' Lucy Evans

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