In Illustration: Artist Sixers with Caitlin Hackett

Illustration // Thursday, September 29, 2011
In this week's Artist Sixers, we interview the incredibly talented Caitlin Hackett, a Brooklyn-based artist and illustrator whose beautifully grotesque and finely detailed work explores the often destructive relationships between humans and animals.

In Illustration: Chuck Groenink

Illustration // Thursday, September 29, 2011
Chuck Groenink is a Portland-based artist and children's book illustrator who grew up hiking, doodling, and climbing trees in the Netherlands. Using organic textures, smooth forms, and expressive characters, Groenink's colorful illustrations communicate a visual and conceptual depth that is as appealing to adults as it is to children.

In Illustration: Kruella D'Enfer

Illustration // Thursday, September 29, 2011
Angela Ferreira, aka Kruella D'Enfer, was born on a stormy Halloween night, which might help explain her fascination with all things strange, surreal, and grotesque. Inspired by old-school tattoos, constellations, and everything that surrounds her, Ferreira finds endless ways to express her creativity, whether on a wall, in a fanzine, or on a restaurant napkin.

In Illustration: Cecelia & Her Selfhood

Illustration // Thursday, September 29, 2011
"Cecelia & Her Selfhood" is an impecably rendered and incredibly moving short animated film from Ireland-based animator Adrien Merigeau, with music by The Villagers.

In Illustration: Emmanuel Malin

Illustration // Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Emmanuel Malin is an illustrator based out of Paris, whose paintings speak to other realms of existence and the beings that might inhabit them. His detailed technique is cultivated from years of medical and scientific illustration, in addition to a background in architecture.

In Illustration: Stuart Whitton

Illustration // Wednesday, September 28, 2011
UK-based illustrator Stuart Whitton began to express himself creatively at a young age, using traditional mediums to create imagery tailored to his perceptions. Whitton carefully selects specific details to develop a visually appealing relationship between meticulously drawn ethereal illustrations of the human form, objects, and various typographic elements.

In Illustration: Marco Mazzoni

Illustration // Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Italian illustrator Marco Mazzoni uses colored pencils as his secret weapon in creating this gorgeous and haunting series of ornately ghostly faces.

In Illustration: Leilani Bustamante

Illustration // Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Take a peek at this series from Leilani Bustamante's recent show, "Prey". Her elegant look at mortality and our animal nature lifts the veil on our day to day existence.

In Illustration: Simple Figures

Illustration // Tuesday, September 27, 2011
The Simple Figures project is an online collection of illustrated creatures drawn in one of three simple geometric shapes: square, circle, and triangle. Artists from around world can submit their own simple figures, and we've selected a few of our favorites from the steadily growing collection.

In Illustration: Alice Hartley

Illustration // Tuesday, September 27, 2011
London-based illustrator and printmaker Alice Hartley is a recent graduate of Kingston University, specializing in illustration and animation. In addition to the undeniable skill of her technique and a recognizably well developed style, Hartley's work manages to retain a refreshing spontaneity that intensifies the charm of each piece in her portfolio.

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