The work of Hugh Cowling

Illustration // Monday, September 08, 2014
Hugh Cowling is a freelance illustrator, designer, animator and composer based in Bristol UK. Some of his clients include Bloomsbury, The Folio Society, BBC, Wardour, Burrell Durrant Hifle, SBW Advertising, Electric Egg, Falmouth University, Yesterday Television Channel and Macmillan Cancer Support.

Brendan Donnelly 'HOW TO BE A MAGICIAN IN YOUR SPARE TIME' @ Paul Loya Gallery

Illustration // Monday, September 08, 2014
Paul Loya Gallery is proud to present Brendan Donnelly’s solo exhibition, HOW TO BE A MAGICIAN IN YOUR SPARE TIME. Inching along one of Southern California’s many pock-marked roads, hot, sticky, miserable, right lane closed due to a fleet of AC’d Star Wagons or a twenty-man operation to trim a palm tree. Some asshole in a sport utility vehicle clearly equipped beyond the bounds of urban utility swerves into the lane, scattering lesser cars like beetles...  

Laura Callaghan's Moody Girls

Illustration // Sunday, September 07, 2014
Laura Callaghan is a freelance illustrator based in South East London. Her work is hand drawn using a mixture of watercolor, indian ink and minute pens with a focus on painted pattern, fashion and moody girls. She has produced work for clients such as Zizzi, Motel Rocks and The Sunday Telegraph and is the current Illustration Editor for Oh Comely Magazine.  

Filippo Fiumani's Illustrations

Illustration // Saturday, September 06, 2014
Filippo Fiumani (aka LE MANI) is an italian designer, born in 1987 in Loreto, ITALY. He works as an illustrator, graphic and product designer. He has a deep passion for illustrations, traveling and surfing. He is constantly improving his skills...

Things that Fit inside a Heart

Illustration // Friday, September 05, 2014
We just fell in love a little bit with this tiny, personal project from Bucharest, Romania based artist and illustrator Aitch. She recently shared this project with us, highlighting all of the various objects and elements that found their way into her heart, and we couldn't help buy spread the love.

Evil Tender in Conversation with Killian Eng

Illustration // Friday, September 05, 2014
'The visions created by graphic artist Kilian Eng inhabit an organic landscape grown of blinking lights. Structures of beautiful mechanics. Eng’s drawings show the artist as architect. As the omniscient voice controlling a self-created world. He works in science-fiction, but not the modern version of it – there are no horrors, no desolate worlds...

Michael Wandelmaier Illustration

Illustration // Friday, September 05, 2014
Michael Wandelmaier is an illustrtor based in Toronto, Canada, whos influences include Max Beckmann, Paul Pope, Wes Anderson, Jim Henson, Wong Kar-Wai, Coen Brothers, Neil Young and Stephen Jay Gould. Michael also admits to a strong adoration in compulsive book shopping, canoes, cooking, music and discussing art with his special lady friend, artist Jessica Fortner.   

Soot and Gold by Ikenaga Yasunari

Illustration // Friday, September 05, 2014
Born in 1965, artist Ikenaga Yasunari's serene and soothing portraits of modern women evoke a dreamy nostalgia through their faded golden hues and elegant floating poses. Using a Menso brush, mineral pigments, and soot ink on linen cloth, Yasunari continues the ancient tradition of Nihonga painting while simultaneously bringing modern elements to play...

Vienna Feature: Jorg Vogeltanz

Illustration // Thursday, September 04, 2014
Jorg Vogeltanz is an Austrian cartoonist whose confident, line-heavy drawings have an insanely awesome grimy feel to them. Originally a stage designer, he switched over to comics and illustration in the early 90s, and founded a small publishing house for Austrian Comics and Graphic Novels in 2001. He is also a professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz...

Vienna Feature: Lisbeth Zwerger

Illustration // Thursday, September 04, 2014
Lizbeth Zwerger is an Austrian illustrator of children's books whose depictions of classic children's stories retain a gorgeously Viennese feel, deferring to the delicate linework and the richly gold-infused color palettes that have filtered down from Vienna's greats such as Gustav Klimt. It's amazingly refreshing to see the characters and scenes from our favorite fairytales re-imagined through the eyes of other artists, especially those who grew up on an entirely different diet of art history influences...

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