The Faces of DOU Art

Illustration // Monday, August 08, 2011
Inspired by the Proto-Renaissance artists discovered in youth, DOU has a passion to create faces with unexpected emotions and pulls between opposites to transcribe the feeling of presence that you get while passing the plastic mannequin.  

Januz Miralles' Dark World

Illustration // Monday, August 08, 2011
Beautiful drippy dark ink illustrations by Januz Miralles, reminiscent of the beloved Scary Stories' artwork.  

Art of Teresa Murphy

Illustration // Sunday, August 07, 2011
Teresa Murphy is an artist and illustrator with a hint of darkness in her beautifully rendered work.

Monsters and Gods

Illustration // Saturday, August 06, 2011
Tom Fewings is a London-based illustrator and Brighton Graduate, who's main interests are tall tails, bunkum and backgammon. He has spent a healthy amount of time drawing what I see around me using a wide range of mixed up media.

Paula Navarrete

Illustration // Friday, August 05, 2011
Paula Navarrete is a graphic designer, but she loves to draw and draw. Her work is centered in the human figure, emphasizing the organic, the movements and the frame of the moment.  


Illustration // Friday, August 05, 2011
'Matthew Dent takes an exciting and fun approach to his work, combining his own unique characters with his interest in all aspects of modern culture, from the environment to sports and history. Working on both editorial and advertising work, Matthew is keen to continue working on producing engaging and informative work, in keeping with his vibrant and interesting approach to design.'

Jamie Mills

Illustration // Friday, August 05, 2011
Jamie Mills is an illustrator currently based in Cheltenham, England. He draws influence from nature, structure and patterns to create narrative illustrations.  

Matthew Hawkins' Luscious Landscapes

Illustration // Friday, August 05, 2011
'Pirates, mysterious creatures, travelers and exotic women inhabit luscious landscapes constructed from an unexpected combination of studies, doodles and sketches. The results are lucid, vibrant, intriguing and confrontational.' Matthew Hawkins

Raymond Lemstra's primitive illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, August 04, 2011
'With my work I like to refer to the illustrative nature of primitive drawings and sculptures. What I find interesting about these is the distortion as a result of selective emphasis; parts of interest are emphasized, unimportant parts reduced or left out.' Raymond Lemstra

Alice Potter

Illustration // Thursday, August 04, 2011
Alice Potter is an illustrator and designer based in London. Her work explores the natural world, in which she has a particular passion for British wildlife and birds.


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