Adam Turnbull's People Patterns

Illustration // Thursday, September 19, 2013
Adam Turnbull is a freelance illustrator and designer originally from Sydney, Australia and based in New York City. He specializes in editorial and advertising illustration. 'I have exhibited my work in Paris, Montreal, Rome, Sydney and Mexico, been featured in various books, print and online publications...  

David Lamplugh's Japanese Animals

Illustration // Wednesday, September 18, 2013
David Lamplugh combines figural bodies from Japanese prints with animal heads. He focuses on patterning and color studies in these bizarre, cute illustrations. We're sensing some Kung Fu Panda vibes here. Lamplugh has also co-authored and illustrated several graphic novels and comic books. He was born and raised in Georgia.

Hush's Graffiti Geishas

Illustration // Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Hush is a street artist and illustrator whose latest work deepens his exploration of the resulting emergences brought about by the evanescent quality of street art. Hush transforms the remains of past tags into points of expression, recycling them into illustrative fluorishes that generate his innovative new work. Hush explores the past meeting the future and the fusion of Eastern and Western culture.

James Flames Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, September 18, 2013
James Flames illustration and screenprinting has a great variety of work, spanning from really graphic music art to softer, flowing illustrations. James Flames is based out of Asheville, NC and born and bred in Brooklyn.

Giacomo Bagnara's Structural Sensibility

Illustration // Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Giacomo Bagnara is an Italian illustrator based in Verona. With a background in architecture, he creates bold, playful compositions informed by his strong structural sensibilities.  

The Functional Fox Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, September 17, 2013
"The Functional Fox" does incredibly detailed, sleek illustrations of various wildlife. The layering of these digital fractals lends an incredible edge to these illustrations, and the images double as natural reflections as well as experiments in imaging. 

LEGO-Animated Thriller

Illustration // Tuesday, September 17, 2013
This amazing rendition of Michael Jackson's legendary "Thriller" video just ups the kitsch factor of the entire Thriller phenomenon. Animated by Annette Jung entirely with shifting Legos, the animation adds the charm of retro toys to the mix. Check it out.

Yoko Honda's 80's-Inspired Artwork

Illustration // Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Yoko Honda's work finds inpsiration deep in the neon-zig-zag-drip-kitsch of the 80's. This large body of work explores the nostalgic look of what was arguably one of our most vibrant eras, and we're digging the high-saturation angular aesthetic. Someone please use these as backdrops for some awesome 80's fueled animation.

Jon Fox Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Jon Fox was born in the UK and currently lives and works on the south coast near Bournemouth. He studied Fine Art Painting at the University of Brighton where he began exhibiting work in local galleries on a regular basis and taking commissions while still at university. His work often addresses the conflict of emotion: 'heart against head.' Many of his characters occupy a world of tension and turmoil battling with their own significance while the looming presence of a larger restless energy is at work around them. 

Scott Oppenheim's Generative Art

Illustration // Monday, September 16, 2013
Scott Oppenheim is an interactive designer and digital artist living and working in Washington D.C. His passion for generative art, or the combination of coding and fine arts, has led him to create an impressive body of generative works, each unique in its own way yet undeniably rendered from the creative mind and coding abilities of the same creator. Oppenheim is an expert in his field, and has won several awards for web design and advertising work. Having studied classical drawing and color theory in the past, he uses his fine art skills to great effect as senior interactive designer for the branding agency CHIEF, and he continues to forward generative art as a new and legitimate form of artistic expression.