New Work by Landland

Illustration // Friday, August 14, 2015
Landland is a very small graphic design & illustration studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota that was started by Dan Black, Matt Zaun & Jessica Seamans in early 2007. The Landland studio doubles as a fully-functional screenprinting shop, mainly focusing on producing art prints, posters for touring bands, and the occasional record sleeve, t-shirt or book project. They use computers, scanners and photocopiers, as well as drawings and fun printing techniques and whatever else they need to use to get the job done.

Twelve Pack with Deth P. Sun

Illustration // Thursday, August 06, 2015
A few months ago, I moved to a small town of 7,000 on the Pacific coast up in Mendocino called Ft. Bragg. It's nice. I barely know anyone, but I get a lot of stuff done. I'm pretty much by myself everyday.

Mariana Magdaleno's Ritualistic Animal Portraits

Illustration // Thursday, August 06, 2015
Through her delicate illustrations, Mariana Magdaleno connects back to the strength of nature. She represents animals with intention, grace, respect and with a charge of energy through its innate symbolism. It’s a ritual that takes a living being and honors its presence.

Jean André "Mauvaise Réputation" @ HVW8 Gallery, Berlin

Illustration // Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Jean André’s “gentleman art” balances saucy and minimalistic representations of women, creating images that read as both gentlemen’s pulp illustration and satirical tableaux. His influences range from Matisse to Gainsbourg to Drake as well as erotic magazines from the 80’s. On August 2nd, at HVW8 Gallery's Berlin space, Jean will open "Mauvaise Réputation," that will feature a collaboration with tattoo artists as well as work inspired by classic flash art.

A Series of "Everyday" Illustrations by Eiko Ojala

Illustration // Tuesday, July 28, 2015
“Everyday” is a series of personal illustrations by Eiko Ojala studying simple objects in unexpected situations. We've previously shown you Eiko's fantastic paper cutting work, the Estonian illustrator and graphic designer works most digitally and draws everything by hand, combining consummate craftsmanship with a healthy sprinkling of wit.

Mr Bingo’s Hate Mail Postcard Project

Illustration // Monday, July 27, 2015
Hate Mail: The Definitive Collection will be the ultimate retrospective of Mr Bingo’s hugely popular Hate Mail project. Since 2011 Mr Bingo has sent 928 vintage postcards skillfully emblazoned with offensive messages to (mostly) willing recipients. The book, currently on kickstarter, "will be a bloody lovely, high production volume showcasing 156 postcards from the Hate Mail project, selected by the artist."

The Art of ESAYDE @ Book and Job Gallery, SF

Illustration // Friday, July 10, 2015
ESAYDE is a San Francisco based Illustrator whose work is influenced by strange fantasy and skate punk subculture. This show is compiled of work from 2013-15 and features an array of ink drawings, paintings and frantic weirdness. 

Wong Ping's Illustrations for Prada

Illustration // Thursday, July 09, 2015
We've posted the animations before from Wong Ping. His work ranges from bizarre animated mask porn to bright, pixellated poppy-with-an-edge videos. His latest project is for Prada's new line of sunglasses, Prada Raw. Prada has incorporated animations from six artists—Carly Kuhn, Blair Breitenstein, Judith Van Den Hoek, Megan Hess, Vilda Vega and Wong Ping—into a campaign advertising their new line. 

Paul Jackson Can See Your Skeleton

Illustration // Wednesday, July 08, 2015
The death-and-anatomy-focused drawings of Toronto-based Paul Jackson feature portraits of humans or animals. In one series, he meticulously inks portraiture details and adds anatomically-researched skeletons. In another, animals are merely vessels for the humans operating them. In some, the images appear as technological projections, fading into visual interference. 

Sara Antoinette Martin's Illustrations

Illustration // Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Sara Antoinette Martin's illustrations draw on religious imagery and betray her roots as a tattoo artist. Her pieces often resemble gothic-themed tarot cards; the illustrations are visually bright but often include images of vomit, clowns and severed fingers. 


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