Amazing Pencil Works by Adonna Khare

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 25, 2013
Working with pencil is one thing, but to create large-scale, massive pencil on paper works as Adonna Khare creates is just stunning. Winner of the Art Prize 2012, Khare lives and works in Southern California, and is a member of the Drawing Center in New York. If you draw like this, it makes sense.

Rick Berkelmans aka Hedof

Illustration // Monday, November 25, 2013
Rick Berkelmans' (1986) work consists of a vibrant mix of images, typography and color. Never being too much in your face, Berkelmans always makes sure his work is packed with a certain attitude, casual but clever, tactile but professional. The finishing touch to his work is Rick's love for printing techniques, which combines his fresh illustrations with a unique vintage look.

Tugboat Printshop

Illustration // Monday, November 25, 2013
'We are a collaborative artist/printmaking duo (husband and wife) specializing in the start-to-finish creation & publishing of our original woodcut prints. Basically, everything the two of us do as a team is ‘Tugboat Printshop’. We have been working together since 2006 from our studios here in Pittsburgh, PA. We make our traditionally crafted woodcut prints by carving original drawings in low relief on blocks of birch plywood. Once carved, these wooden blocks are rolled up with ink and printed through a press onto paper to create the finished artworks.'  

Chema Skandal's Pop Illustrations

Illustration // Monday, November 25, 2013
Pop-illustration with Tiki-lowbrow undertones, Mexican artist Chema Skandal embraces the art of traditional engraving and the influence of his cultural upbringing.

Chris King Illustration

Illustration // Monday, November 25, 2013
Born in the North of England, Chris King grew up in the seaside town of Scarborough. He attended the University of Northumbria in Newcastle where he gained a degree in Media Production, specializing in Animation and Character Design. Chris now works as a successful full-time illustrator; his work has been featured in numerous publications and media, worldwide.

Jason Levesque: Body and Biology

Illustration // Sunday, November 24, 2013
Jason Levesque, known better by the online moniker "Stuntkid", is a self taught artist living in Norfolk, VA. His work borrows from his fascination with biology and the earth sciences. Stuntkid's illustrations have been commissioned for use in comics, magazines and periodicals worldwide, from playstation magazine to german latex fetish magazines.

Barcelona Based Hey Studio's 'Oh My God' Series

Illustration // Friday, November 22, 2013
Hey Studio, based in Barcelona, presents ‘Oh My God’. The characters, created very geometrically with clean lines and a minimal color palette, sees Gods and mythical beasties in a more design-envisioned way...

"Womanimal" Sandra Dieckmann

Illustration // Friday, November 22, 2013
Sandra Dieckmann creates her work through her connections with the wild and creatures, causing viewers to dream about a night in the woods under a star-lit sky. Her skill of hatching and building intricate nature-inspired patterns allows Dieckmann to build a consistent...

Paul Blow's Visual Metaphors

Illustration // Friday, November 22, 2013
Paul Blow illustrates often humorous, witty and intelligent renderings based off his own exceptional ideas. You can regularly find his work in a variety of magazines and newspapers like The Guardian, The Independent, The Boston Globe, and The Times. Paul is living and working in England.

Alice Aycock: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating

Illustration // Friday, November 22, 2013
Alice Aycock, with reputable works dating back to the 70’s, is known for her mind-blowing work in sculpture, public art, and drawing. Throughout her career, she has exhibited at countless museums and galleries throughout the world, which include her complex drawings relative to architecture, amusement parks, physics, systems theory, and science fiction. These thought-provoking pieces give viewers a personal insider view to the truly fascinating mind of Aycock.


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