This is Your Kids on Sabbath

Illustration // Monday, February 20, 2012
A little illustrated comic strip from the great Tom Greatorex animating what really happens when the Devil's music infiltrates the systems of our youth. If it ain't the Devil's music its no good.

Aad Goudappel

Illustration // Sunday, February 19, 2012
Aad Goudappel is an award-winning freelance illustrator who lives and works in Rotterdam, Netherlands. His minimalist illustrations are unique translations of complex ideas and abstract themes into clear and powerful images, for which he has received multiple honors from 3 x 3, Communication Arts, Fresh, and 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide.

Assaf Benharroch

Illustration // Saturday, February 18, 2012
Born in 1978 in Kibbutz Sde Boker, Assaf Benharroch is an illustrator, designer, and animator based in Israel who specializes in background and environmental illustrations. In his work, Benharroch endeavors to emphasize atmosphere, color, and light, using the limitations of scratchboard and silkscreen printing techniques to push himself creatively in both his traditional and digital designs.

24 Frames

Illustration // Friday, February 17, 2012
In order to make a humorous, adorable little animated film, all you need is some paper, a marker and a unique idea for 24 illustrations. That's exactly what artist and illustrator Gino Bud Hoiting did to create this illustrated animation. Short, simple and complete.

Dear Every Artist and Illustrator Ever,

Illustration // Friday, February 17, 2012
First off, I would like to genuinely thank everybody that has sent submissions into Juxtapoz for review. I will occasionally promote a 'Call to Illustrators' encouraging reader submissions, and it has just occurred to me that you may have ZERO idea how to go about doing this. So, I'm going to do you a favor and write up some quick guidelines to follow when submitting to anyone, to make all of our lives less painful and better your chances for future success, recognition, white tigers and rooftop jacuzzis. You're welcome....

George Bletsis

Illustration // Friday, February 17, 2012
Ever since George Bletsis was born, he has been drawing on something with something else. He has since grown into an adult, and abandoned crayon on wall as a medium. He now works as a freelance artist based in the South of England, and spends his days creating unusual, whimsical and colourful illustrations. He is currently producing imagery for the print, film and games industries. Great work from an avid Jux follower and reader submission, thanks George!!


Illustration // Friday, February 17, 2012
Living between Paris and London, French designer and graphic artist Coco finds inspiration in the visual landscapes of her adopted cities. She tends to start her work by experimenting with traditional processes such as painting, drawing, and ceramics before designing the final image digitally, aiming for restraint and minimalism in her finished illustrations.


Illustration // Thursday, February 16, 2012
If you need something to help get your creative juices flowing, then this video exactly is the artistic foreplay you've been looking for. With the sleek production value and sex appeal of a mainstream music video, we follow the work process of Swedish artists Supakitch and Koralie, aka Metroplastique, as they collaborate on a massive (and totally rad) wall painting.

Lee Misenheimer

Illustration // Thursday, February 16, 2012
Graduating from East Carolina University School of Art in 1994, Lee Misenheimer's intensely detailed illustrations are indicative of his admitted "repetitive line syndrome," compelling him to obsessively build up layers and layers of intricate linework. Misenheimer draws his inspiration from Japanese art, organic textures such as mushrooms, and eastern concepts of art, wind, and breath.

Barbarian Queen

Illustration // Thursday, February 16, 2012
Gorgeous, high contrast vixens and muses from Seattle Art Institute graduate Adam Jaxon. Sharp, crisp portrayals of icons and beauties with a hint of darkness.


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