Irana Douer

Illustration // Sunday, September 04, 2011
Irana Douer was born in 1984 in Buenos Aires, Argentina where she currently lives. She recently finished her degree in fine arts and works as a freelance artist. Irana's work has appeared in numerous art and design publications, as well as in various international magazines.

Wendy Cogan Toyoda

Illustration // Saturday, September 03, 2011
Wendy Cogan Toyoda is an illustrator and designer working in the Bay Area. She moved from her home in Northern California to pursue an education in art and design Los Angeles.

Tilman Faelker

Illustration // Friday, September 02, 2011
German freelance illustrator Tilman Faelker's images deftly balance a sustained sense of elegance with a subdued undercurrent of playfulness. Weaving delicate lines with structured shapes and a subtle color palette, his illustrations are visually restrained yet contextually absurd, creating an incredibly engaging and beautiful body of work.

Camille Rose Garcia

Illustration // Friday, September 02, 2011
Camille Rose Garcia was born in Los Angeles, visiting Disneyland and going to punk shows with the other dissenchanted youth of that era.Her paintings of creepy cartoon children living in wasteland fairy tales are critical commentaries on the failures of capitalist utopias.

Matt Rota Illustration

Illustration // Friday, September 02, 2011
    Matt Rota is an award winning illustrator based in New York and an instructor at institutions that include the School of Visual Arts and the Maryland Institute College of Art. His drawings and prints have been shown in galleries all over the world, and his clients include The New York Times, The Utne Reader, Nylon, Science News, and LA Weekly.

Delicate Touch

Illustration // Friday, September 02, 2011
Suzanne Sattler is a Brooklyn-based illustrator with a light touch and a dark inclination. Her fine lines and soft gradations often depict scenes of subtle horror and despair, but it's precisely the fragility of her compositions and the muted shades her characters that bring a strange peace and undeniable beauty to otherwise nightmarish scenarios.

The Dude Abides

Illustration // Thursday, September 01, 2011
A time-lapse video of drawing The Dude from "The Big Lebowski."


Illustration // Thursday, September 01, 2011
Kimou Meyer, aka Grotesk, is a Swiss-born, NYC-based designer and artist. Finding inspiration in the visual language of the Brooklyn streets, his work intentionally blurs the line between social commentary and corporate branding. His tee shirt and apparel designs are in particularly high demand, and his clientele continues to rapidly expand all over the world.

The Art of Amy Sol

Illustration // Thursday, September 01, 2011
Amy Sol is a self-taught Las Vegas-based illustrator who spent her childhood years in Korea. She has been greatly influenced by a combination of manga, folk-art, vintage illustration, and modern design. Her work is peaceful and refined, depicting reflective young women in whimsical landscapes populated by exotic plants and animals.

Mark Ryden's Pop Surrealism

Illustration // Thursday, September 01, 2011
Cute, disturbing, and masterful all at once, LA-based artist Mark Ryden's work could be described as both kitsch and fine art. The soft glaze of his brush and the cherubic sweetness of his wide-eyed girls thinly veil a sinister and surreal undercurrent of anguish. Beautiful and elusive, Ryden's work fully embraces the mysteries of the soul and the dark underbelly of innocence.


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