Conor Langton

Illustration // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Conor Langton is an award winning illustrator from Kilkenny, Ireland, whose artwork has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine and other publications. He recently came out with a new series of prints with such fascinating titles as "When Mao's Cousin Went To Iceland".

Gemma Correll

Illustration // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Gemma Correll uses her wit and humor to encapsulate the narrative in her illustrations. By poking fun at people, pugs, and other and other furry animals, she unleashes her satirical outlook on the world around her.

Richey Beckett

Illustration // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Richey Beckett is an illustrator based out of South Wales in the UK. His work is intricately gorgeous, and it incorporates the macabre through a variety of twists and turns in his linework. With limited color and exponential detail, he conveys the beauty in the disturbing.

Bill Plympton

Illustration // Monday, October 17, 2011
Portland-based illustrator and animator, Bill Plympton, creates the enigma of comedy in his drawings. He has been interested in animation since he was young and sent Disney his illustrations for review. Since then, he has carried on his personality through his artwork through animating the curiosity of life and comedy. 

Butcher Kings

Illustration // Monday, October 17, 2011
Following 35 days of isolation and pure childlike mayhem, Alex Pardee and Skinner emerged from their self-imposed exile to present The Butcher Kings, a collection of 80 works completed in a dizzying 5 week span. The fruit of their hallucinatory labor is a series of weird, hilarious, and completely awesome paintings that are on display from October 6th through October 29th at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles.

Selfish by Nelson Balaban

Illustration // Monday, October 17, 2011
Brazilian illustrator and designer Nelson Balaban uses an unorthodox blend of techniques in the digital realm to create his most recent series, Selfish.

Dick Daniels

Illustration // Sunday, October 16, 2011
Kansas City born illustrator, painter, ceramicist, and part-time junk collector Dick Daniels is the mastermind of FunHouse57. When he is not creating illustrations for Shoebox Greetings and Hallmark Cards, Daniels composes mixed media pieces with bold, iconic graphics and a cheeky sense of humor.

Lisa Congdon

Illustration // Saturday, October 15, 2011
San Francisco based illustrator Lisa Congdon fell in love with the trees and animals that surrounded her at an early age. Her naturally whimsical style can be found in books, paintings, and patterns.

Laure Stromboni

Illustration // Friday, October 14, 2011
Laure Stromboni uses collage-like techniques to establish her illustrations. Her busy illustrations incorporate major aspects of graphic design and color to brilliantly form her creative style.

Simon Prades

Illustration // Friday, October 14, 2011
Simon Prades mainly inspired by old etching techniques which flows through his work in terms of using analogue techniques. With pen and ink as his creative weapon, Simon creates gorgeous works that include a variety of animals and the different lives that live inside them. 


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