Feathers and Scales

Illustration // Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Shannon Keller, a nostalgic childhood, the wolfpack and vintage lace.

Tyler Stout's Zombie Universe.

Illustration // Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Punchy illustrative and design works by the talented Tyler Stout.

Keep Your Friends Close

Illustration // Monday, June 27, 2011
Bison is the work of Linsey Levendall and Daniel Orme who form a creative studio based in Cape Town, South Africa.

In Search of Lost Time

Illustration // Monday, June 27, 2011
With a unique blend of traditional and digital technique, Rob Shields continues to explore and expand his signature style. In this, the fourth installment of his online portfolio, Rob offers up another healthy dose of stylish, sophisticated design.

The Secret of the Universe

Illustration // Monday, June 27, 2011
Despite exhibiting a rather shameless submission to Photoshop, Málaga, Spain based illustrator Señor Salme cultivates a thorough and unrequited love for good brushes and the thick smell of ink.

Pinkerton

Illustration // Monday, June 27, 2011
Scott Carmichael graduated from the Visual Communications and Design program at the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2009. His illustrative works show exemplary ranges of technique, depth and method.

Dreaming In Mountains

Illustration // Saturday, June 25, 2011
Childhood day dreams, candy-coated topography and ecstatic zoolife all come out to play in Russian illustrator, Zutto's hoarded piles of vectorized happiness. These windows into a fantasy world seem so comfortable and familiar, the viewer can almost stick their face in and take a bite out of a grape-flavored mountain.

Last Of A Dying Breed

Illustration // Friday, June 24, 2011
Skateboard graphics aren't anything new to talk about— nor are they, frankly, anything to get excited about in the last few years. With most companies slapping down poorly designed logos or half-assed stoner ideas that nobody understands— it's reassuring to see well-rendered illustration and a story being told within the confines of a narrow 32-inch work area.

Festering Fetus

Illustration // Friday, June 24, 2011
Harking back to the days when Napalm Death and Carcass ruled the grind world, the illustrator known as Festering Fetus gives us artwork that seems to be from a long lost pile of late 80's 7-inches. With a style he has developed into his own, Mr. Fetus has done a fine job of paying homage to Pushead and Stephen Gammell while maintaining a sense of originality in his content and linework.

Smoking Melancholia

Illustration // Friday, June 24, 2011
Little girls and dogs play into the work Paris-based illustrator, Jacob Lacombe, who blends a mix of childhood fantasy and foregone times to produce some engaging illustrations.

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