los monstruos de tony

Illustration // Saturday, December 24, 2011
Tony Santoval's ghoulish watercolor illustrations are as darkly whimsical as they are engaging. His use of watercolor and palette remain consistently fitting, as this Barcelona based artist creates a new definition of the term imagination.

Jon MacNair

Illustration // Friday, December 23, 2011
Jon MacNair is a Michigan-based illustrator and a graduate of The Maryland Institute College of Art's undergraduate Illustration program. His work has appeared in various editorial publications, such as Beautiful/Decay, The Seattle Stranger, and Hyphen Magazine, and he has exhibited personal work at galleries worldwide, including in New York City, San Francisco, LA, London, and Glasgow.

Hannah Stouffer for Christian Dior

Illustration // Friday, December 23, 2011
Dior has engaged with San Francisco based illustrator Hannah Stouffer, an artist best known for her intricately executed imagery and shadowy and ethereal themes. Stouffer's elegant site-specific floor to ceiling installation in the new Dior homme of San Francisco is a delicate portrayal of both the cycle in our natural environment and the fragility of being.

Ryohei Hase

Illustration // Friday, December 23, 2011
Based out of Tokyo, Japan, Ryohei Hase expresses a definite darkness in his illustrative and realistic works. He describes the theme of his work as sad and gloomy, but also beautiful and strong; he is working to express the darkness of the mind.

No Klass Design

Illustration // Thursday, December 22, 2011
Kevin Chau of No Klass Design in France creates smart, simple illustration and design work that is difficult not to admire. His often basic palettes and solid style brand his work as the perfect candidates for print and apparel.

Long time favorite, Marcel Dzama

Illustration // Thursday, December 22, 2011
Marcel Dzama's brilliantly unique and witty watercolor illustrations have been a long time favorite of mine, and staple of inspiration in my own illustration practice. Marcel Dzama (born 1974 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a contemporary artist who lives and works in New York. His work has been exhibited internationally, in particular his ink and watercolor drawings, which illustrate strange pale and slender characters with a sense of vintage nostalgia.

The Bungaloo is John Vogl

Illustration // Thursday, December 22, 2011
John Vogl works in a very small studio under the moniker, the Bungaloo, in Denver, CO. While much of his work focuses on limited edition concert posters that I design and screen print by hand, he is also heavily invovled in design, illustration and art direction. He got his BFA in design from Drake University, where he was doing a lot of lithography. 'I loved the presses and the process.' he says.

Drew Millward

Illustration // Thursday, December 22, 2011
Drew Millward was born in 1981 in Coventry; he grew up in Bolton, and now lives in Leeds, where, since around 2004, he has been drawing pictures.  He likes to draw ‘the old fashioned way’, using pencils, pens and a love of the craft of illustration. While his subject matter can vary dramatically, he hopes that the attention to detail and the love of drawing is apparent throughout his work.

The Work of Andre De Freitas

Illustration // Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Photographer and illustrator Andre De Freitas attended Full Sail University and received a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Animation, but soon after began focusing on illustration, preferring to capture the essence of still images through drawing and photography.

The Bubble Process

Illustration // Wednesday, December 21, 2011
The Bubble Process is a two-man design and illustration firm built on three simple tenets: good food, good music, good time. Comprised of Sean Higgins and Nicholas Rezabek, the powerhouse duo decided to make their dream job a reality, joining together to do exactly what they love and enjoy every minute of it.


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