Eyecicle eyecicle

Illustration // Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Steve Wierth resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he raises four baby turtles and spends his days drawing with micron pens. His humorous, often text based illustrations are heavy on word-play, image-play and just plain play.

A Gifted storyteller

Illustration // Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Nimit Malavia is an illustrator from Ottawa Ontario, who earned his BAA - Illustration from Sheridan College. He spends his cherished 'sun hours' working away in his basement studio. He's a drawer, painter, and occasional Bollywood heartthrob.

Jason Beasley and the wallflower

Illustration // Tuesday, August 02, 2011
"Dreamers are only believers in their sleep"... the intricate illustrations of Jason Beasley

Wizard, Prince, Aura

Illustration // Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Samuel Bell practices his illustration and printmaking techniques from his London studio, and the outcome is rather witchy...

Tom Hovey

Illustration // Monday, August 01, 2011
Tom Hovey is a freelance illustrator and designer. He divides his time between South Wales and London.

The illustrated world of Arbito

Illustration // Monday, August 01, 2011
Arbito is an artist, ?illustrator and designer liv­ing in Seattle. Born and raised in Washington State- his illustrations are playfully bubbily, animated and full of life.

Burst of Beaden

Illustration // Monday, August 01, 2011
Burst of Beaden is the portfolio of Los Angeles based illustrator Jon Klassen. Enjoy x

Jules Julien's Release

Illustration // Monday, August 01, 2011
Jules Julien's series of 4 images in his 'Release' series adds to the complexity of his sometimes abstracted and design heavy portfolio. Loving the simplicity, movement and suggestions of these simple portraits.

Marguerite Sauvage's Flower Women

Illustration // Sunday, July 31, 2011
Based in Paris, Marguerite Sauvage has worked since 2001 as an illustrator, art director and animator creating chic modern illustrations that capture the lifestyle of today's trendsetters. With illustration that is stylish yet accessible, everyday life is probably her biggest source of inspiration. "I just want to make things prettier."

Betsy Walton's Morning Craft

Illustration // Saturday, July 30, 2011
'My style is informed by a range of influences including Byzantine icon paintings, American folk art, geometric abstraction, and the work of many contemporary illustrators and painters. I work with a spontaneous approach and few expectations of specific results.  I rarely sketch preliminary drawings before diving into a painting, in the belief that the image formed through the painting process itself will be rich, revealing, and vital.' Betsy Walton


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