Matthew Conner's Bestiary

Illustration // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
The New Brighton Bestiary is a series of drawings portraying 'An Account of the Peoples, Persons & Monsters of the Middle Kingdoms', illustrated and rendered by Matthew Conner. A southerner at heart, he now lives in New York City, and he likes things neat and tidy.

En Masse

Illustration // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Check out Montreal artist collective, En Masse, an incredibly talented group of painters and illustrators. Since 2009 they’ve been creating intricate collaborative black + white murals on whatever surface they could find around town and now they’re doing international art shows and museum gigs. Here’s a video of their outdoor contribution to Art Basel in Miami last year.

Clay Rodery

Illustration // Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Clay Rodery is an illustrator currently living and working in New York City. With a BFA in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, in 2010 he received his MFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts. This excellent series of caricatures is particularly scathing, portraying GOP presidential contenders as decaying, zombie-esque figureheads.

Samantha Allflatt

Illustration // Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Based in Lausanne, Switzerland, freelance artist and illustrator Samantha Allflatt explores the horizons of automatic drawing and its ability to reveal the subconscious self. In her series "Scorched Souls," her ink portraits of artists, actors and musicians seem to expose strips of muscle tissue, representing the fissures and scars behind the glamour and confidence of celebrity.

Future Colors of America

Illustration // Tuesday, February 07, 2012
If you're in the San Francisco Bay-area, you have until just February 11th to catch Future Colors of America, the awesome, strange, and insouciant collaboration of Aiyana Udesen, Matt Furie, and Albert Reyes in their third collective exhibition, at Fecal Face Dot Gallery. With over 100 new pieces emphasizing horror, naked ladies, and Lindsay Lohan, this is one show you don't want to miss.

Joey Chou's Zombie Feast

Illustration // Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Some great work from artist and illustrator Joey Chou, an alumni and graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. His art reflects influences by prominent and obscure artists as well as influences by the Southern California lifestyle and culture. When not painting or sketching, Joey enjoys independent films, surfing, video games, and traveling.

David Shrigley at Hayward Gallery

Illustration // Monday, February 06, 2012
David Shrigley is best known for his humorous drawings that make witty, wry and sometimes dark observations on everyday life. His deliberately crude graphic style has an immediate and accessible appeal, while simultaneously offering insightful commentary on the absurdities of human relationships. 'Brain Activity' is Shrigley’s first major survey exhibition in the UK and covers the full range of his work..

Matthew Lyons Vintage Future

Illustration // Monday, February 06, 2012
Matthew Lyons is an illustrator and English graphic designer with a well asserted style. Mixing skillfully textured imagery and future vectorial themes, his work is an interesting blend of retro futuristic creations.

Hell'O Monsters

Illustration // Monday, February 06, 2012
Hell'O Monsters is a Belgian collective formed by Jérôme Meynen, François Dieltiens, and Antoine Detaille. Together they successfully blend their individual styles to create an imaginary universe occupied by strange creatures that reflect a dry and cynical perspective on the adult world, human nature, and society.

Cheeto Elvis?!

Illustration // Monday, February 06, 2012
Celebrity portraits made entirley of Cheetos?? Eclectic Asylum Art has completed some cheesy pieces made entirely out of Cheetos (and a little glue). Over 50 bags of different flavors are used to sort different colors, sizes, and shapes, and nearly 2,000 individual Cheetos are used to create a portrait of Conan O'Brian- all held into place with a little glue and varnish.


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