The Work of Andrea Wan

Illustration // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
As an illustrator and Visual Artist based in Berlin and Vancouver, Andrea Wan's playful watercolor drawings bring us back to the innocence of our days. Her work has graced the pages of publications such as The New York Times, Computer Arts Magazine, Nobrow Magazine and Nylon and she continues to put out new, charming, mysterious illustrations.

"There's A Dead Crow Outside" by Morgan Miller

Illustration // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
The crow is dead, a short illustrated animation by Morgan Miller- on the topics of karma and fate? Or perhaps just the natural cycle of existence? Or maybe its just a witty, humorous little cartoon. Miller has screened at the Animation Block Party, Rural Route Film Festival, American Museum of the Moving Image, The Iron Mule Film Festival in NYC and the Atlanta Underground Film Festival to name a few...

Portraits by Mercedes deBellard

Illustration // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Working out of Spain, Mercedes deBellard illustrates the portraits of some pretty cool looking ladies with blended pencil and watercolors. She brings feminine touches into her work through splashes of pastels and floral elements. These are the type of girls we want to hang around.

Drawings by Jason Rood

Illustration // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Illustrator Jason Rood uses touches of color to contrast the black and white elements that make up most of his work. He depicts characters in playful settings from pool parties to food fights. His characters look like they are having a good time and make us want to be able to join in on the fun.

David Shrigley's "Brain Activity" @ YBCA, San Francisco

Illustration // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
This Friday, Glasgow-based David Shrigley's comprehensive survey exhibition "Brain Activity" travels across the Atlantic for the artist's first West Coast museum show at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Shrigley matches acerbic wit with existential commentary and dystopian themes. The exhibit runs from June 22 - September 23.

Zhou Fan's Dream World

Illustration // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Chinese artist Zhou Fan's fantastical world is based on a series of dreams he had as a child. Fan's vivid recollection of these dreams crystallizes in a set of paintings where mushrooms, jellyfish tentacles and fish heads blossom from human forms in vibrant neons and pastels. "Somehow I feel that it is easier to focus on dreams than reality," says Fan of his work.

Make the Mongolian

Illustration // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Toe-tappin' illustrated music video by Barcelona musicians Puig M. Fabra and Mike Moko, aka Los Temblooores (The Earthquakes) for their song Make the Mongolian (Haz el mongol). A very simply drawn, crayon styled animated piece with a real catchy beat. Low budget but highly enjoyable.

Aldous Massie: Future Tense

Illustration // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Aldous Massie was born in Sydney in 1988. He is an illustrator and designer who creates with a futuristic, nostalgic kind of style, with clients ranging from fashion-house Hermès to political parties such as The Australian Greens. His signature drawings appeal to our Jetson-curious mind while allowing us to reminisce about what happened to that predicted future anyways?

John K. for Stussy

Illustration // Monday, June 18, 2012
For their Summer 2012 collection, Stussy collaborated with John K. for a series of t-shirts. In celebration of the release, he created an animated commercial reminiscent of the retro-style in-show commercials that were a vital part of Ren & Stimpy back in 1991. Featuring voice talent from John K. and Eddie Cruz as The Stussy Rat.

The Delusions of N.S. David

Illustration // Monday, June 18, 2012
N.S. David realizes she’s a little bit delusional, and this is why she creates. She harbors the hope that she can prove to her brethren that fairytales are more than just stories – she wishes to make her delusions real. Born 26 years ago, N.S. David has never formally pursued art outside of the midnight hour of her home. Currently, she is tumbleweeding through the vastness of Los Angeles, fully employed as a student of its vibgyoric whimsy.

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