Child's Play

Illustration // Thursday, August 18, 2011
Using simple materials like paper, fabric, color pencils and glue, British illustrator Madi creates charming mixed media collages combined with hand drawn images and typography. 'I'm especially interested in children's book illustration,' says Madi. 'I love creating characters and creating images to capture a child's imagination.'

Emma Ridgeway Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, August 18, 2011
Emma Ridgeway is a British freelance illustrator who enjoys happy accidents, telling stories, making books, and experimenting. She cites her greatest influences as French and Belgian comic book artists, as well as traveling and encountering odd characters.

Into the wild

Illustration // Thursday, August 18, 2011
'My work focuses on depicting wildlife with humanity,' says San Francisco-based illustrator Laura Hines. 'I try to bring the inner souls and vitality of animals to the surface of the canvas, exploring the ways we project our own conceptions of ugliness, history, and morbidity onto the bodies and minds of other creatures.'

The Awesome Anxiety of Kira Leigh

Illustration // Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Illustrator Kira Leigh's body of work is a visual overload, a superbly weird exercise in spontaneity, surrealism, and hysteria. As intriguing as it is grotesque, her work inspires a sense of joy in its aesthetic frenzy and wonderfully gross humor.

Letters and Lines

Illustration // Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Darren Booth is an illustrator and typographer based in Canada. His elegant hand-lettering and rich, cubic illustrations have appeared in a variety of magazines, annuals, and exhibitions nationally and internationally.

Monster Invasion

Illustration // Wednesday, August 17, 2011
'I've lived a few places in my life,' says illustrator Emory Allen, aka OcularInvasion. 'I believe the ever-changing landscape of cities and faces bred a curiosity and imagination in me that I carry into my work. I weave characters (typographical) and characters (monstrous) together to create emotionally driven stories.'

Into the Colourbox

Illustration // Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Vibrant color and cockeyed geometry fill the eclectic portfolio of freelance Illustrator Colourbox. Tackling a little bit of everything, from pattern to illustration to pixelated wrestling matches, Colourbox's work draws you into a world of strange shapes and even stranger creatures.

Santiago Uceda

Illustration // Tuesday, August 16, 2011
'Santiago Uceda does illustration, motion graphics, stays up late, listens, observes, questions, changes diapers, gives piggy back rides, collaborates, makes posters, designs t-shirts, cd packaging, magazines, etc.'

In Flurry, In Flight

Illustration // Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Jessica Fortner is an illustrator from Toronto, Canada, focusing on editorial, advertising and children’s illustration. She works in both traditional and digital media.

Scientist Tim Easley

Illustration // Tuesday, August 16, 2011
'Born in south London at an early age, I always knew that I wanted to be a scientist. It was my immense and monumental failure to reach a sufficient level of mathematical excellence that led me to take up art and bury my childhood memories of failure deep into my subconscious, ready for examining at a later date to fuel the fires of my imagination' Tim Easley

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