Hero Bird

Illustration // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Hero Bird to the rescue! Animated illustration by Thomas Knowler.

Fernanda Cohen Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Artist Fernanda Cohen grew up in Buenos Aires and moved to New York in 2000. Bubbly. Delicate. Playful. Sexy. Innocent.

Escape with James Jean

Illustration // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Renowned artist and illustrator and a favorite over here at Juxtapoz- we bring you James Jean.  Born in 1979 in Taipei, Taiwan, he currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, specializing in beautifully vivid and whimsical works of all mediums.

Seonna Fed The Bears

Illustration // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
The gears turn and shift in Seonna Hong's career as an artist and animation art director. After college, she spent several rewarding years teaching art to children. She then transitioned into the animation industry and received an Emmy award for her work.

Luis vs. The Skeletons

Illustration // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
  A charming short animation by Jon Carling and Matt Sessions.

Geometric Madness

Illustration // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Richard Colman is a San Francisco-based artist with a penchant for colorful shapes and bizarre characters. His engaging work instantly catches the eye, overloading the senses without mercy or relief. We don't mind being in its grip, in fact, it's pretty sweet over here on the stranger side of the street.

Hell hath no Furie

Illustration // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
If everything awesome about your grade school doodles were magnified times ten, the art of Matt Furie would be the result. The San Francisco-based artist fully embraces the immaturity of a 9-year-old boy's fantasies and pushes them head-on into an adult-oriented reality. It's like if David Lynch directed a kid's TV show. Very weird, and very rad.

The Art of Evah Fan

Illustration // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Evah Fan is an illustrator currently living and working in Stockholm, Sweden. We've showcased her work here before, but her pieces are just so charming that we've decided to feature her again.

Michelle Anderst

Illustration // Monday, August 29, 2011
Combining the biological with the technological, Michelle Anderst's work elegantly explores the parallels between natural forms and man-made structures. Her circuit boards seamlessly transform into pulsing, living veins, obscuring the distinction between the organic and the mechanical, and blurring the line between the living and the non-living.

Evan Hecox

Illustration // Monday, August 29, 2011
Evan Hecox is a San Francisco-based designer and illustrator specializing in creating graphics for posters, skateboards, and the music industry. His work explores the complexities of urban landscapes and the people who inhabit them, throwing light onto the places and people we tend to overlook.

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