Jordan Domont's Dripping Portraits

Illustration // Friday, September 12, 2014
To infuse depth and luminosity into his work, Jordan Domont employs a palette of punchy hues. Experimenting, he discovered that when inks layer heavily onto Mylar, it creates a rich, almost melted effect. Pigments become slightly volatile, even mercurial, and their behavior enlivens the entire process. Jordan likes to explore how different amalgams of color work together, because it sure trumps sitting back and watching paint dry...

Zombie Circus: Kiki Dondzila

Illustration // Friday, September 12, 2014
Kristen Dondzila, aka Kiki, is a freelance illustrator based in Canton, MI. She believes that it is important to be optimistic and open minded to multiple realities. Her work represents a philosophy of creating images that she enjoys and has put a  creepy spin on...

Linsey Levendall's Compulsive Renderings

Illustration // Friday, September 12, 2014
Linsey Levendall is a self-developed multidisciplinary creative originally from the Cape Flats of Cape Town, South Africa but now living with his wife and two dogs in a small town in rural Saskatchewan, Canada. He works closely withThe Black Heart Gang and Shy The Sun as a conceptual designer on groundbreaking animation...  

Visual Hell

Illustration // Friday, September 12, 2014
'Black ink warlock from the grim and frostbitten ravenrealm of Southern California, Justin Bartlett enjoys thee grimm riffs, vberkvlt metals, and other dark musick, times of solitude, skulls, and scotch. Inspired by religious and theological conflicts, environmental decay, and man's inhumanity, the pen-wielder spends hours and hours obsessing on every last detail...  

Celebrity, Gore and Jason Edmiston

Illustration // Thursday, September 11, 2014
A commercial illustrator since 1996, Jason Edmiston has created work for advertising, editorial, packaging and book publishing clients internationally. He is a traditional artist, painting in acrylic on watercolour paper or wood panel. His style ranges from realism to exaggeration, usually emphasizing the figure, and a certain degree of humour or caricature...

Jessica Fortner Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, September 11, 2014
Jessica Fortner is an illustrator from Toronto, Canada, focusing on editorial, advertising and children’s illustration. She works in both traditional and digital media. Jessica’s illustrations have appeared in publications such as Ammo Magazine, Digital Arts, and Pork & Mead, as well, she has been considered one of  HOW’s Top 10 Sites for Designers and recently featured on Communication Arts: Fresh online...

The Fiery Work of Peter Diamond

Illustration // Thursday, September 11, 2014
Peter Diamond is an illustrator based in Vienna, Austria. He works primarily in editorial illustration with clients in Europe and North America, notable among them The New York Times, The National Post, Plansponsor , Wired UK, and The Progressive. He has exhibited his work in Vienna, New York, Adelaide and Halifax. Peter teaches at Illuskills and works with Illustria...  

Martin Tomsky's Wooden Masterpieces

Illustration // Wednesday, September 10, 2014
London based illustrator Martin Tomsky creates whimsical works geared towards children's books, articles and music. His illustrations are primarily about creating new worlds, unique characters to inhabit those worlds and depicting stories which bring them to life.

Nikita Kaun's Dreamlike Darkness

Illustration // Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Nikita Kaun is a self taught artist based out of Saint- Petersburg Russia. His style is a mixture of predominantly black and white realistically rendered forms falling into a dreamlike darkness with minimal pops of color...

Optimystic Arts

Illustration // Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Optimystic Arts is the work and service of Gemma Danielle Bayly. Weaving a mesmerizing world of surreal dreamscapes and captivating geometry, Gemma conjures a sort of Pythagorean quantum mysticism in her work. Existing in the realms between the physical and spiritual planes, her drawings and collages stir subconscious parts of our being that we may not understand or be aware of. 

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