The Work of Japan's Wataru Yoshida

Illustration // Thursday, December 15, 2011
Japanese illustrator, Wataru Yoshida, provides the world with amazing medical illustrations that meld surrealism and science together. Wataru understands the basics of human anatomy and the senses that are provoked to enhance the artwork.

Jenny Keith-Hughes

Illustration // Thursday, December 15, 2011
Jenny is an artist from Canada that uses the unique material of beeswax. She uses primarily animals in her artwork and is inspired by her peers and nature.

Roy Margaliot

Illustration // Thursday, December 15, 2011
Roy Margaliot is an illustrator living in Israel producing quirky artwork. His works have a vast attraction to different styles, from illustrative linework to simple block colors and shapes.

The Work of Dadu Shin

Illustration // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
This New York illustrator, Dadu Shin, creates lovely works of art with pastel palettes and simple shapes. His inspiration is clearly from nature where he gathers his thoughts and adds quaint creatures to create a story.

You're my Hero

Illustration // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
The making of "Hero," a short video capturing the process in creating Miguel Endara's portrait of his father, composed out of 3.2 million ink dots. Pointillism at its finest.

Valerio Carrubba's Hyperrealism

Illustration // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Milan based artist Valerio Carrubba can be defined as some sort of anatomical hyper-realist. His works hint at surrealist inspirations, and his layered imagery and illustrative paintings are both stunning and disturbing.

Ernesto Caivano

Illustration // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
The first time I came across Ernesto Caivano's work was at the PS1 Contemporary in Long Island, years ago, and it took my breath away. His illustrations were filled with a complexity and maturity that I strived for. They were fluid and abstracted, yet laced with emotional simplicity and left me feeling slightly underachieved. His most recent work has maintained these features I fell in love with and still highly praise.

The Work of Katerina Eremeeva

Illustration // Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Katerina Eremeeva is a wonderful illustrator that incorporates limited color and extensive line work in her art. Beautifully gory with intense subject matter, her work combines the unusual and realistic in a perfect marriage of surrealism.

Matthew Craven

Illustration // Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Matthew Craven is an illustrator, previously known as a freelance circus entertainer. Inspired by his collections of poorly reproduced toys and printed ephemera, his work creates a mystery in the viewers eyes that can only be explained as an eerie humor.

Geraldine Georges

Illustration // Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Geraldine Georges is a Belgian artist that melds together the use of photography and illustration into a beautiful form of collage art. Her work primarily involves the luscious curves of the female form.

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