Niklas Lundberg

Illustration // Friday, November 04, 2011
Niklas Lundberg, also known as Diftype, is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Umeå, Sweden. His freeform, abstract work defies conventional genre, combining elements of photography, architecture, fashion, and even music. "I always look at my style to be the composition itself," says Lundberg. "It leaves room to play with new elements and new techniques, but its how I put it together that makes it mine."

Drew Struzan

Illustration // Friday, November 04, 2011
Drew Struzan is an American artist and illustrator best known for creating nearly 150 iconic movie posters for films and film series such as E.T., Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and Back to the Future. In 2008, after completing artwork for the advertising campaign for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Struzan announced his retirement from commercial illustration.

Charlie Immer

Illustration // Friday, November 04, 2011
"My concepts come from my fascination with anatomy and my love of candy and toys," says Maryland-based illustrator Charlie Immer. "I have so much fun creating the blood and bones of my characters. The contrast of the smooth bodies and the complex systems beneath spilling out is very appealing to me." Immer will be participating in the group show Dark Water, curated by Martin Whittfooth, at Corpro Gallery in Santa Monica from November 12th - December 3rd.

Terry Fan's Moonlit Gardens

Illustration // Thursday, November 03, 2011
'I work with ink, graphite and photoshop. To me art is a multi-faceted thing and I'm currently involved in a number of creative pursuits which include tee-shirt design, screenwriting, graphic novels and children's book illustration...' Terry Fan lives in Toronto, Canada and studied at OCAD University up there. Treehouse, hedge life.

The Work of Carly Menasco

Illustration // Thursday, November 03, 2011
Carly Menasco, Massachusetts-based artist, brings her artwork to life with bright and off-kilter colors, that accentuate the excitement of her drawings. She juxtaposes the macabre with the cute and sweet to allow new meaning to her artwork.

Killer Acid and The Work of Rob Corradetti

Illustration // Thursday, November 03, 2011
Killer Acid represents the printed matter of artist Rob Corradetti. Specializing in converting his illustrations to mulit-layered psychedelic silkscreen prints, Coradetti's works on paper would be the ultimate decor for any black-lit green room maaaaan.

Budi Satria Kwan

Illustration // Thursday, November 03, 2011
Budi Satria Kwan is a graphic designer based in Singapore. His aesthetically minimalist yet conceptually commanding designs have been featured in various large and independent clothing stores around the world, including Urban Outfitters and Threadless, and he has also worked for companies such as Yahoo, Tiger Beer, and Mberry.

Pierre Bolide

Illustration // Thursday, November 03, 2011
French illustrator Pierre Bolide prefers to liken himself to a falling meteor as it enters the atmosphere in an exploding fireball, which is entirely appropriate for two reasons: first, "Bolide" means exactly that, a "meteoric fireball"; second, his illustrations have the tendency to erupt in fiery masses of awesomeness involving muscular mutants, pop culture references, and underground comics.

Pictoplasma and Andy Rementer

Illustration // Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Andy Rementer is included in an art festival called Pictoplasma in New York City on November the 3rd. His artwork is going to be featured at Mondo Cane and if you're in the NY area you gottttta go!!

The Work of Saddo

Illustration // Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Saddo uses mysticism and sophisticated linework to conceptualize his ideas into a stunning peice of artwork. His unsual floating-in-space characters are beautiful in a very odd way, and create a distinct juxtoposition with the brilliant, splattered colors and tones that are used in his backgrounds.


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