Niv Tishbi

Illustration // Friday, December 27, 2013
Niv Tishbi is an illustrator and photographer from Israel. Niv is currently a freelance illustrator for magazines and is also working on his own illustrated book.

Rebecca Chaperon's Antarticus

Illustration // Friday, December 27, 2013
With a compulsion to create unique visual stories, Rebecca Chaperon takes the imaginative subjects of her illustrative paintings and establishes an ability to engage people by speaking to the enchantment of our human experience. Her paintings act as a means of storytelling, conveying the notion of human struggle in the 21st century. Tempered by references to the synthesized, modern world she combines the classical landscape aesthetics of the past with an aspect of ambient self-reflective self-portraiture.

Best of 2013: Greg Guillemin's 'The Secret Life of Superheroes'

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 27, 2013
Originally published June 18th, 2013: Illustrator Gregoire Guillemin has introduced the second installment to his Secret Life of Superheroes series. Exposing superhero's daily lives, Gregoire features Marvel and DC characters doing normal things like Batman brushing his teeth, Wonder Woman stuffing her bra, Spiderman eating a burger, and Catwoman enganging in some NSFW activities with Ivy.

Ryan Brinkerhoff of Bandito Design Co.

Illustration // Thursday, December 26, 2013
Ryan Brinkerhoff's prints are bright, sharp and playful much like him. Ryan's website reads 'My name is Ryan Brinkerhoff and I make posters and stuff. I would love to make something for your band/tour/gallery/bar mitzvah.' He creates under the alias Bandito Design Co. Be sure to take a look at the rest of his portfolio as well as some work in process pieces giving us a glimpse into his world.

Sam Pierpoint's 3D Paper Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, December 26, 2013
Sam Pierpoint is inspired by culture, travel and Mother Nature. A lot of her work encapsulates the beauty and serenity that the natural world and beyond has to offer. 'My vast landscapes depict scenes from mountain peaks, fairytale wonderland right down to the deepest ocean beds and darkest caves.'  

Black and White Drawings by Helen Vine

Illustration // Thursday, December 26, 2013
Helen Vine's black and white geisha inspired illustrations are meticulously detailed. Her pieces are reminicent of Japanese woodblock prints. Pay attention to the fabrics Helen's subjects are draped in and the cultural accuracy of each pattern.

Beavis and Butthead Do Christmas

Illustration // Wednesday, December 25, 2013
What better way to pass the time during this holiday season than team up with one of our favorite illustrated duo's to help spread some holiday cheer. Cuddle up by the fire, break out the hot cocoa and spend some quality time with your family, loved ones and your old friends Beavis and Butthead. From the bottom of our hearts, Juxtapoz Illustration loves you.

Mark Ryden's Holiday Spirit

Illustration // Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Mark Ryden, a past cover artist, is widely considered the "god-father of pop surrealism," and his ouevre is nothing if not diverse in subject matter. His work is inspired by objects, figures and myths that evoke mystery and nostalgia, therefore it stands to reason that Santa would make an appearance (along with Jesus, every now and then). To get you into the holiday spirit we've assembled Ryden's more wintry works, replete with imagined arctic animals, religious ephemera, and even an underwater St. Nick. 

The Work of Andrea Kalfas

Illustration // Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Andrea Kalfas' work is irresistibly charming, yet often reveals a darker interior soul. A freelance illustrator based in Baltimore, MD, Kalfas earned her BFA in illustration from MICA. She recently published her newest zine, "Warlow's Guide to Wizards, Sorceri & Familiars Arcane," a playful ficitonal guide to young magi. Andrea Kalfas' work is a testament to the power of great visual storytelling.

Kristian Jones Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Kristian Jones' artwork preys on the innocence of childhood imagination, inverting nostalgic imagery with small brilliant moments of violence, fear and frustration. Nothing cute or cuddly is safe in these drawings. His rendering of Santa passed out drunk is particularly poignant this holiday season. Jones lives and works in the center of the UK, just outside of Birmingham.


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