The Work of Hibiki Miyazaki

Illustration // Friday, December 09, 2011
Hibiki Miyazaki is an NYC-born artist who currently lives in Portland, OR. Her prints depict fragments and scenes from stories that don't exist, allowing the viewer to create the characters and the narratives. Her influences include old movies and printed illustrations from the thirties, forties, and fifties, with their dreamlike and slightly naive quality.

Am I Collective

Illustration // Friday, December 09, 2011
The Am I Collective is a creative studio based in Cape Town, South Africa, founded in 2006 and offering multi-faceted, collaborative services to advertising agencies around the world. Their specialities include animation, illustration, and typography, all of which embrace a raw and earthy style that is explorative in its execution.

Low Bros

Illustration // Friday, December 09, 2011
The German urban art team Low Bros consists of brothers Qbrk and Nerd, both currently based in Hamburg and Berlin. As children they loved to draw, inventing stories and fantasy worlds together while playing in the backyard. They later started to paint graffiti together, creating their own characters and developing a unique geometric style that is immediately recognizable.

Sean Pecknold

Illustration // Friday, December 09, 2011
Sean Pecknold, just made this great animation for the epic 8-minute song, “The Shrine/An Argument” by Fleet Foxes, featuring some character illustrations from FIFTY24SEA Gallery alumnist Stacey Rozich.

The Work of Tracey Long

Illustration // Thursday, December 08, 2011
With a very cozy, wonderland design sense, Tracey Long's illustrations are perfect for the winter season. Adorned with moose, bears, and foxes, her imagry may remind the viewer of something from a holiday card.

Dan Park

Illustration // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Dan spent his youth playing soccer, shooting things with his slingshot, and working on his art. In 2002, he moved to New York City to further his studies at the School of Visual Arts. His interests range from theology and film to the UFC. A teacher himself, Dan still resides in The City, where he lives and breathes art–teaching by day and working by night.

Laura Hines

Illustration // Thursday, December 08, 2011
In this series of drawings from illustrator Laura Hines, the dynamic faces of the past are lifted into the present, framed by decorative and natural elements that illuminate their perceived characters and dispositions. Her work will be on display in the group show "Nature, Adorned," with artists Michelle Anderst and Sharon Birzer, at Windermere Gallery in Seattle, WA, from Dec. 8th - Jan. 10th, with the opening reception on Dec. 8th from 6-9 PM.

Kathryn Macnaughton's Sandwich

Illustration // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Have you ever seen something so freaking unbelievably amazing and adorable and gorgeous that you just want to put it in a sandwich and eat it?! Take this pink maned, rainbow horned Unicorn for example, Delicious!! Thank you Kathryn Macnaughton.

Victo and the heavy line

Illustration // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Ngai Chuen Ching, or 'Victo' was born and raised in Hong Kong where she got her English name, Victoria, when she was in a British kindergarten as Ngai Chuen Ching was too hard to pronounce for the foreign teachers. However, "Victoria" was too hard for her fellow Chinese classmates, so they started calling her Victo instead. Luckily, Victo is now an illustrator and finds her true identity there.

jeremy forson

Illustration // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Jeremy Forson is an illustrator and designer based out of San Francisco with a wide variety of skills, tendencies and styles. His work varies between sultry portraits to more comic based narrative scenes, all the while expressing his great talents and versitility.


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