Harry Clarke

Illustration // Sunday, November 27, 2011
Harry Clarke was an incredible illustrator and stained glass artist born in 1889. His work is most comparitive to Aubrey Beardsley, due to its extensive linework and amazing craftsmanship. He has done a number of books, including, Hans Christian Anderson fairytales, and most importantly Edgar Allen Poe's "Tales of Mystery and Imagination."

Buddy Nestor

Illustration // Saturday, November 26, 2011
In his newest work, Buddy Nestor paints other female artists in a way that you would not expect. He paints the portrait of their soul, so as to expose the contorted beauty of the person within.

Roger Xavier's old world etchings

Illustration // Friday, November 25, 2011
Roger Xavier’s line drawings evoke old world etchings, engravings and woodcuts - but with a 21st century edge ideally suited to dynamic advertising, package design, logos and other promotional purposes, including the iconic 'Wild Turkey'! Happy Holidaze.

My Name is Mud

Illustration // Friday, November 25, 2011
A couple great little animated shorts from artist and illustrator Zach Cohen. Welcome to the Black forest. My Name is Mud.

Rocking, Rocking and rocking

Illustration // Friday, November 25, 2011
There is something so silently brilliant in this little gif illustrated and animated by David Huyck. A perfectly nostalgic portrayal of peace and solitude.

Chris Dent's metropolis

Illustration // Friday, November 25, 2011
The hand drawn work of Chris Dent takes a fresh and unique approach on all forms of architecture, often focusing on the modern metropolis. His truly original and densely informative drawings combine reality and an original point of view to create engaging and charming representations of the world.

Dilka Bear

Illustration // Thursday, November 24, 2011
Italian artist, Dilka Bear, creates beautiful acrylic illustrations of young girls and their frank expressions that mirrors the worlds around them. She poetically introduces us to the vague universe she has conjured  through her muted colors and distinct style.

Andrew Archer

Illustration // Thursday, November 24, 2011
Andrew Archer uses a healthy mix of both traditional and digital techniques, which may help explain his wonderfully graphic approach to his illustrations. His color palettes are wacky, yet stable, to which he accredits to eating crayons as a kid.

Julia Gfrorer

Illustration // Thursday, November 24, 2011
Julia Gfrorer creates some awesome, unusual artwork. With religious undertones, her artwork becomes something eerie when paired with martyrs and skeletal beings.

Santiago Caruso  

Illustration // Thursday, November 24, 2011
Santiago Caruso's work is both magnificent and macabre. In his book, La Condesa Sangrienta, he depicts the murder of 650 girls by the Countess Bathory. The book, written by Alejandra Pizarnik shows the beauty of the women that were murdered, and also the bizarre fascination of the killer.

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