Noumeda Carbone

Illustration // Monday, October 24, 2011
Noumeda Carbone, an italian illustrator uses intricate detail and penwork to bring her illustrations to life. By utilizing the creative and happy mistakes of her materials, she encapsulates the technicality and enchantment of the structure of her figures.

Matt Williams

Illustration // Monday, October 24, 2011
Matt Williams is the founder of Uberkraaft, which falls under the line of illustrations and creative works that he puts forth into the world. With bold colors and a graphic, indirect style, he marries the worlds of the surreal with the playful in his illustrations.

David Ryan Robinson

Illustration // Monday, October 24, 2011
David Ryan Robinson is a Manchester-based artist who has attended school in Britain where he rekindled his love for chai and golden vanilla tea. His work integrates the busyness of the quaint little towns in the UK and also the forms of typography as an art.

transcendence and Levine

Illustration // Monday, October 24, 2011
New York based tattoo artist and illustrator Lance Elliot Levine transcends radiance, emotion and the feminine gaze through his most recent works, stunning and heart-felt as usual. Levine grew up with an ambition to create, heavily influenced by many of the greats including Vargas, Dali, Parish, Davinci and Bernini.

Anna Emilia Laitinen

Illustration // Sunday, October 23, 2011
The strawberry fields, lakes, and pine forests of Anna Emilia Laitinen's childhood dreamily inspire her illustrations, which are additionally colored by the weather of her native Finland. Like a gentle memory floating by, Laitinen captures these images with her paintbrush.

Saul Chernick

Illustration // Saturday, October 22, 2011
In his illustrations, Saul Chernick references Medieval and early Renaissance woodcuts from Northern Europe. Chernick creates pieces that feel like they come from a time long ago, mixed in with elements of the present, such as birthday cakes and a computer’s Graphic User Interface.

Kristofer Strom

Illustration // Friday, October 21, 2011
The brilliant aspect of Swedish illustrator Kristofer Strom's work is not only his intriguing characters, compelling compositions, and strong lines. It is the fact that all of these pieces were created on his iPhone, while sitting on the bus.

Bartosz Kosowski

Illustration // Friday, October 21, 2011
Bartosz Kosowski is a Polish-based illustrator that renders his illustrations wonderfully with light colors and textures. Although his work seems very graphic, he still allows the viewer to be mesmerized by his use of delicate, and also, pop-influenced technique.

TugBoat PrintShop

Illustration // Friday, October 21, 2011
Tugboat Printshop is the collaborative name for the team printing projects of husband and wife duo Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth. All their intricate illustrations are made from linoleum block in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The amount of detail that this couple uses in their artwork is stunning, along with the fact that they are using a very time-consuming process without the aide of a computer. Super awesome!


Illustration // Friday, October 21, 2011
French artist, Prunelle, represents in her artwork each movement of the border between two worlds, always in balance between calm and storm. She deploys a narrative universe, by evokeing the femininity, sensuality and sexuality of the woman body through obscure masked figures and natural scenery.


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