In Illustration: Anna Faye Gillespie

Illustration // Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Anna Faye Gillespie, a London-based illustrator, stimulates the senses when she puts her hands to paper. Her wild illustrations feature batty old grandmothers, people with bizarre animal heads, and quirky portraits of silly faces.

In Illustration: Si Scott

Illustration // Wednesday, October 05, 2011
UK-based artist and designer Si Scott's unique blend of hand crafted and hand drawn artwork has attracted critical praise and a long list of prestigious clients. Scott takes great pride in his almost obsessive attention to detail, creating the highest calibre of work possible for his studio's clients, worldwide exhibitions, and various collaborative and commercial projects.

In Illustration: The Daredevil Comic

Illustration // Wednesday, October 05, 2011
In an updated version of the classic comic book series, illustrators Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin recreate issue #1 of Marvel's only blind superhero, Daredevil. Included is a free audio version of the story, and images of his unique sensory experience. Quite an amazing addition to any other seeing-impared fans...

In Illustration: David M. Cook

Illustration // Tuesday, October 04, 2011
David M. Cook, Louisville born and now living in Brooklyn, NY. His art, made in markers on paper, is strongly inspired by traditional americana, with some pop influences and a heavy base of pattern work, solid geometry and all things macabre. LOVE.

In Illustration: Kevin Cross

Illustration // Tuesday, October 04, 2011
Kevin Cross is an illustrator and cartoonist currently living in Portland, Oregon with his rad wife, awesome cat, and first kid in uetero. When he's not working on commercial illustration gigs, he writes and illustrates his own quirky books and collabrorates on a punk rock/metal fanzine called Radio.

In Illustration: LSD in the 1950's

Illustration // Tuesday, October 04, 2011
Like early experiments with LSD in the 1950?s, these colorful illustrations combine scientific pursuits with mind altering states of mind. “Science vs. Delirium” a series of illustrations by graphic designer Simon Bent, was created to re-popularize some of the greatest scientific figures from history, ranging from Marie Curie to Sigmund Freud....

In Illustration: Sam Weber

Illustration // Monday, October 03, 2011
Surrealism and hypo-realism become a beautiful union in Sam Weber's delicately illustrated artwork. This Brooklyn based artist creates a thin line between dreams and reality in his works, and portrays the unusual in a romantic and subtle way.

In Illustration: Agustin Sirai

Illustration // Monday, October 03, 2011
A troubling contradiction, historically associated with a religious experience of meditation and devotion, with a climate of unease... A powerful movement, a strange stillness, similar to that which occurs after a disaster, when all becomes mild. Agustin Sirai is an Argentina based creative.

In Illustration: Dmitriy Rebus Larin

Illustration // Monday, October 03, 2011
Painter and illustrator based in Moscow Dmitriy Rebus Larin creates amazing contemporary portraits out of ink and watercolor. His raw, livestyle based narratives are sometimes more abstracted forms and verge on watercolor photorealism.

In Illustration: Alvaro's Anatomy

Illustration // Monday, October 03, 2011
A delightfully vibrant lesson in anatomy from Alvaro Tapia, an illustrator, graphic designer & filmmaker currently living and working in Granada, Spain. Blood and Guts, Muscles, Tendons and Jesus at their super-saturated best. Love.

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