Aya Kato

Illustration // Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Aya Kato is a Japanese illustrator whose ornate and highly stylized re-imaginings of Japanese history and myths have been featured in a variety of magazines, such as Beautiful/Decay and NYLON Japan, as well as in numerous exhibitions around the world, including the US, the UK, Brazil, Spain, and Romania.

Luis Sanchez

Illustration // Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Queretaro, MX based illustrator Luis Sanchez creates traditional and realistic works of imaginative, morbidly rendered still lives. His brilliant execution and dedication at the young age of 24 will hopefully bring about more great work in his future.

also known as Gunsho

Illustration // Tuesday, December 20, 2011
James Quigley, aka Gunsho's guts and gore based character illustrations are influenced by a continuum of mythology and ancient currents that have persisted into modernity in addition to an upbringing with MAD magazine, Marvel Comics, TV cartoons and metal and punk record covers. If I could grace Gunsho with pyrokinetic powers that he could wield with reckless fiery abandon, I would. I definitely would.

Katie Scott

Illustration // Monday, December 19, 2011
These awesome illustrations are by Katie Scott, who creates incredibly whimsical works inspired by anatomy and nature. Her beautiful designs are an intrigue for the heart and a wonder for the eyes.

Dirty Donny

Illustration // Monday, December 19, 2011
Dirty Donny has probably become the most influential artist in punk and rock n' roll art. He has been spreading his art across any surface he can find for years now, and his work is distinguishable and incredible.

The Work of Aron Wiesenfeld

Illustration // Monday, December 19, 2011
These beautifully eerie paintings are done by the illustrator Aron Wiesenfeld, a man that really understands what it is to capture ghostly loneliness and a little bit of mystery. His work is dark and stunning with incredible detail and obscure picturesqueties.

Peter Kramar

Illustration // Monday, December 19, 2011
Peter Kramar is an illustrator that is currently residing in Austria. His artwork is bold, witty and clever in that he uses icons of pop culture and melds them together with symbolism and metaphor.

Like a trainwreck

Illustration // Sunday, December 18, 2011
So terrifying, yet so difficult to look away... amazing illustrated animated GIF full of GORE GORE GORE!! Catastrophic Nightmare Band.

I wanna be bad...

Illustration // Saturday, December 17, 2011
It's Mickey, Minnie, Bart, Betty and Bugs! The gang is getting back together again, and they just wanna be BAD!! Amazing illustration by Joseph McSween because sometimes it just feels good to be bad... don't do drugs.

The Work of Raymond Lemstra

Illustration // Friday, December 16, 2011
Raymond Lemstra uses inspiration from primitive art in order to create his illustrations, in the sense that he puts emphasis on different parts of the body in accordance to their interest level. His work is incredibly surreal and his figures are highly resolved in order to contrast the primitive thought process of his work.


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