Illustrations by Mario Sughi

Illustration // Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Italian artist and illustrator Mario Sughi aka Neurosuro, started off his career in the late 70's working as a cartoonist in Italian satirical magazines. Moving to Dublin the late 80's, Mario studied Medieval History, received a PhD and currently publishes and exhibits his work worldwide!

Kotaro Chiba's Girlish Innocence

Illustration // Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Kotaro Chiba is a professional freelance illustrator, designer, and animator based in Niigata, Japan. Her work is clearly heavily influenced by her home country, containing elements of traditional Japanese art as well as anime and manga, showing lithe young women with long delicate necks and soft features in a variety of natural landscapes.

Graphite Illustrations by Joe Fenton

Illustration // Monday, May 04, 2015
Joe Fenton is a London-based artist and illustrator. Skulls, monkeys, eyeballs and figures from Eastern spirituality abound in his spooky large-scale drawings, all meticulously rendered in black and white with graphite, ink, acrylic and gouache.

Update: Lucy Hardie's Intricate Illustrations

Illustration // Friday, May 01, 2015
Lucy Hardie was born in the Goulburn Valley region of Victoria, Australia. She began her education at a Waldorf School that her parents built on their farm and it was here that her love of art was encouraged... 'To help others experience Life's infinite beauty and mystery more deeply, is my greatest aspiration. Art as a catalyst for a more liberated and embracing self and worldview. I am influenced by the work of Ernst Fuchs, Vali Myers, Zdzislaw Beksinski...'

Vintage European Circus Posters

Illustration // Wednesday, April 29, 2015
The modern circus, as we think of it today, was originated by Philip Astley in Britain in 1768. It was the first time a show included horse riding tricks, acrobats, music and clowns in the same venue. These wonderful vintage posters are from the Cirucs Museum in the Netherlands and feature cats, camels, kangaroos, and even a woman in ice.

Illustrations and Animations by Carlín Díaz

Illustration // Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Some of Carlin Diaz's works have organic shapes, others geometrics. Shapes, he always thinks about shapes: of a circle, a flower, the shape of a woman... But, how represent them graphically? It all depends in the personality of each and every shape and the vibe transmitted by them. Every project have his own personality, every project creates his own feeling. 

Looking In On Lori D.

Illustration // Tuesday, April 21, 2015
After seeing Lori D. on the line-up at last weekend’s Linework NW comics and illustration festival, we were reminded how much we love her work. She’s done illustrations for skate mags and zines, and she makes lovely narrative paintings that we can never get enough of. Have a look at some of her latest work, and go enjoy as much Lori D. as possible on her website.

Linework NW in Portland This Weekend

Illustration // Saturday, April 18, 2015
As we speak, the Linework NW illustration and comics festival is happening in Portland, Oregon with four featured guests, Jay Howell, Daniel Clowes, Lisa Hanawalt and Lisa Congdon, as well as many more exhibitors we’d love to visit...

Hattie Stewart "Adversary" @ House Of Illustration, London

Illustration // Friday, April 17, 2015
Today, April 17, 2015 Hattie Stewart: Adversary opens in the South Gallery at House of Illustration in London. This is a new body of work from the self-proclaimed professional ‘doodle-bomber’, in which Stewart takes on glossy advertising imagery with her characteristic homage-meets-satire approach. The exhibition marks the first in House of Illustration’s series of illustrator commissions – new work from contemporary illustrators to be shown in House of Illustration’s South Gallery.

Meticulously Crafted Graphite Drawings by David Haines

Illustration // Thursday, April 16, 2015
David Haines "actively examines his position as an artist who makes pictorial and textual narratives in the wake of abstraction, conceptual art and photography. At the same time he is conscious of the status of the traditional labour intensive medium of pencil drawing in the digital age. The immersive works require 'slow viewing', inhabiting the often-overlooked space between looking and interpretation."
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