Shintaro Kago

Illustration // Thursday, September 08, 2011
Welcome to the world of Shintaro Kago, his work will blow your mind. A Japanese Manga illustrator, born in Tokyo is 1969, Kago's unique view of the world is both bizzare and seductive.

Kelly Tunstall's "Secret State" Solo Show

Illustration // Thursday, September 08, 2011
The admired San Francisco based artist and illustrator, Kelly Tunstall, has a solo show of new work opening tonight at 111 Minna Gallery in SF. Be sure to catch a drink with her and celebrate if you're in the area!! Thursday Sept 8th from 5pm - late.

NEW Artist Sixers: Q&A with Andy Rementer

Illustration // Wednesday, September 07, 2011
To inaugurate our new illustration feature, 'Artist Sixers,' we sat down for a quick interview with illustrator Andy Rementer.

Fuco Ueda

Illustration // Wednesday, September 07, 2011
Japanese illustrator Fuco Ueda's paintings depict a bizarre world full of lithe young women surrounded by natural elements. She uses a combination of thinned acrylic paint and powdered mineral pigments on paper, cloth and wood to create her strangely haunting and beautiful work.

Liquid Typography

Illustration // Wednesday, September 07, 2011
Check out these mesmerizing animations of 'Liquid Type' from Russian photographer, illustrator, and experimental artist Ruslan Khasanov. Who knew typography could be so hypnotic?

Monster Fetish

Illustration // Wednesday, September 07, 2011
David Burke is the creator of the 'Monster Fetish' brand, creating covers for "Rat Fink Comix" in the mid-90's, as well as participating in a two man exhibition with Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth in 1999. Burke is known for his diverse styles, including sepia-toned Halloween paintings, tiki-themed imagery, and hard-edge modernist designs. He continues to exhibit worldwide.

Kate Shaw

Illustration // Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Vacillating between the real and hallucinated, Kate Shaw’s works harmonize textures, dimensions and colors with the fluidity of a psychedelic body of moving water. Through these vibrantly saturated pieces, she creates an intermediary space between what we know to be natural and organic and what we perceive as other worldly; ultimately constructing a narrative of how nature and art are both irrevocably transformative.  

La Prisa Mata

Illustration // Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Luis Toledo (aka La Prisma Mata) is an illustrator from Madrid, Spain, whose work gives the audience the feeling of entering into another world. The abstract imagery in most of Luis Toledo’s work is similar to what one would picture in a dream or distant memory. The colorful, free-form shapes in Toledo’s collection are paired up with intricate depictions of people, skulls, nature, and other familiar imagery.

Hello Freaks

Illustration // Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Hellofreaks is a Graphic Design Studio based in Paris, France, led by Graphic Designer & Illustrator Jerome Castro. His work has been seen in some very well-known books, prestigious magazines, sold-out festivals & great exhibitions in many places around, including Brazil, Singapore, Taiwan, London, Paris & Toulouse, just to name a few.

Mark Alsweiler

Illustration // Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Based out of Sydney, Australian, Mark Alsweiler was born 1983 in the deep south of New Zealand. A playful mix of myth and macabre, he draws inspiration from Mexican folk art and a fascination with mortality.

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