Nicholas di Genova

Illustration // Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Nicholas di Genova is a Toronto-based artist that creates fantastic imagery in his artwork. With complex and technical line work, he underscores the surrealism of his artwork and his conceptual subjects.

Minjae Lee

Illustration // Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Minjae Lee is a South Korea based artist that exposes the human portrait through elaborate techniques. With different patterns, colors and styles he communicates the emotions and expressions of the human soul.

Josie Portillo

Illustration // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Josie Portillo is an illustrator from Los Angeles that inspires a different folk world through her artwork. With muted palettes and compelling compositions, her style reflects the emotions of daily life.

Aimée van Drimmelen

Illustration // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Aimée van Drimmelen is an illustrator that is presently residing in Canada where she paints on drum skins. Her work is very fluid and her graphic design art and illustrations are bound to noticed.

Angelika Peißker

Illustration // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Angelika Peißker is a wonderful German illustrator that really captures the life in the human face. Her work is primarily black and white with a hint of red spark. Soft and delicate, her artwork portrays the beauty of the world.


Illustration // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Agnesbic is a London-based illustrator that charms her audience with original line work and composition. She freelances for a number of magazines and is successfully creating everyday life through her images.

The Work of Gabriella Barouch

Illustration // Monday, November 28, 2011
Gabriella Barouch is an incredible illustrator that hones her love for fine detail and beauty in her work. Her artwork is absolutely gorgeous with her incorporations of wildlife and human life, and the surreal similarities between the two.

Steven Silver

Illustration // Monday, November 28, 2011
Steven Silver is an illustrator that creates character designs for different companies such as Disney, and Nickelodeon. He has done work for the animated series "Kim Possible," and is now working on a set of russian dolls.

Seher's Dia De los muertos

Illustration // Monday, November 28, 2011
Cosmo Gallery in Barcelona recently held an exhibition themed 'Day of the Dead' which reflected the vision of each of the 32 Mexican participants on the theme. Seher One's new 5 color limited edition silkscreen for the show turned out gorgeously, unsurprisingly as his epic illustration work always remains consistent. It can be obtained through Gallery Cosmo.

Harry Clarke

Illustration // Sunday, November 27, 2011
Harry Clarke was an incredible illustrator and stained glass artist born in 1889. His work is most comparitive to Aubrey Beardsley, due to its extensive linework and amazing craftsmanship. He has done a number of books, including, Hans Christian Anderson fairytales, and most importantly Edgar Allen Poe's "Tales of Mystery and Imagination."


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