Illustration // Tuesday, December 03, 2013
SCARECROWOVEN is a favorite of ours, especially when we're looking for a fresh dose of guts and gore. His latest work is largely skateboard and longboard-centric, perfect vehicles for his gnarly street-wise graphics. These wrinkled, zombified sharks, wolves, warriors, dragons and warriors seem straight out of grindhouse horror films and 80's punk posters. SCARECROWOVEN comes out of the graphic design program at New York's School of the Visual Arts.

Helena Frank Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Helena Frank is a freelance illustrator and Animation Director based in Copenhagen. She was educated at Konstfack in Sweden and the National Film School of Denmark. Her graduation film, Heavy Heads, was selected for the Berlinale Shorts 2011. Apart from her illustrations and animated films, she is also interested in doing commercial work and music videos. Frank's playful images of animal-headed people take a unique position in rendering dimensions, and she utilizes graphite to a fine degree in creating textures. Make sure you take a look at her animations as well!  

Jules Julien: AIMER/MARIE

Illustration // Monday, December 02, 2013
Jules Julien is a French illustrator, art director and designer creating beautiful, luminescent and sensory imagery focusing on features, faces and the curvature of the human form.

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Erotica // Sunday, December 01, 2013
Gorgeous little moments of lustful innocence by Anna Grapes. In her simple and delicately rendered illustrations, personal explorations and light hearted seduction is revealed. Oops <3

Diego Fernandez's Wild Horses

Illustration // Saturday, November 30, 2013
Light, delicate and beautifully rendered portrait illustrations by Buenos Aires, Argentina based illustrator Diego Fernandez. Specializing in the art of simple feminine realism, Diego creates each image with superior attention to his digitial detailing.

Wands are for Wimps: Brian Luong

Illustration // Friday, November 29, 2013
Southern-California based silkscreen artist Brian Luong amazes viewers with the immense amount of detail he pours into his prints. As he mentions, “he favors natural and organic subject matters, often building upon what nature has to offer in order to create otherworldly and mysterious..."

Tokyo-Based Italian Illustrator Philip Giordano

Illustration // Friday, November 29, 2013
Philip is an Italian illustrator who lives in Tokyo. He works for magazines, cover books, toys design, children' s books and animation. His picture book have been translated in many countries, including Japan, France, South America, United Kingdom, China, Spain, Portugal. His work has been selected...

Joe Wilson Illustration

Illustration // Friday, November 29, 2013
Joe Wilson is an illustrator based in the UK specialising in highly detailed, hand-drawn illustrations and print. Working with a combination of pencil, ink and digital colour, Joe's work takes form as a hybrid of the traditional and contemporary. Focusing on intense detail and strong drawing, Joe's unique style and considered draftsmanship attracts a wide variety of international clients, with work ranging from full media advertising campaigns to limited run screen prints.

British illustrator Nathan Hackett

Illustration // Friday, November 29, 2013
Nathan Hackett is a British illustrator and visual artist whose work has developed a pedantic personality and a labored attention to detail from a love and frustration in creating. Having exhausted all he can absorb from the suburbs of Birmingham, Nathan graduated from the Arts University College in Bournemouth underneath the guidance of working artists such as David Callow, Joel Lardner and Marcus Oakley before graduating in 2012.

A Vintage Thanksgiving

Illustration // Thursday, November 28, 2013
  Our national holiday really stems from the feast held in the autumn of 1621 by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag to celebrate the colony's first successful harvest. What a better way to celebrate than with some gorgeously decorative and embellished illustrated vintage greeting cards.  


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