Holly Sharpe's Fashion Renderings

Erotica // Friday, August 16, 2013
'Holly Sharpe brings the elegance of a fashion designer’s line to the observation of human sympathies, discords and curiosities. Her fluid draughtsmanship and freedom with paint contribute to the creation of dynamic, vibrant pieces whether in colourful abstraction, or monotone drawings...'  

Patricia Ariel's Visionary Inspirations

Illustration // Thursday, August 15, 2013
Artist of surreal and visionary themes, Patricia Ariel was born in 1970 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she lived and worked until moving to the United States. Although part self-taught, she has had some formal training in visual arts that included academic drawing classes and a degree in Fashion Design. But it was just after leaving her homeland that she considered the possibility of becoming a fine artist more seriously. Currently she has been consistently working as a fine artist, illustrator, and designer, basing her images on her passion for the figurative art combined with geometric and expressionistic abstracts...

Hannah Stouffer's 'E.P.S.T' Time-Lapse Video

Illustration // Thursday, August 15, 2013
Contributing writer and editor for Juxtapoz, Hannah Stouffer, recently sent over the completed video time-lapse from her 'E.P.S.T.' (Existence, Possibility, Space and Time) installation at The Standard in downtown Los Angeles, CA, that she completed in June of this year. The wall is running until the end of the month, so if you havn't had the chance to check it out, now is your chance to do so- or watch the exclusive video with us here! 

The Tribal Imagery of Andrea Hrnjak

Illustration // Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Andrea Hrnjak is a Vienna-based illustrator and proud Siberian husky owner. These softly-rendered drawings of native-inspired women are charming in their execution and style. Hrnjak combines patterning with the faces of wild women and animals, drawing from pools of tribal imagery. 

David Perez Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, August 14, 2013
David Perez is an illustrator and graphic designer from Bogota, Colombia. His ballpoint pen portraits reveal all the great texture and malleability of human faces, and his style of rendering in this very particular medium has great subtle complexity to it. Perez's portraits are hyperreal in the best way--they retain the hand of the artist.

Comic Art by Jesse Jacobs

Illustration // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Jesse Jacobs tackles the anxieties of an endlessly bizarre existence by representing it exactly that way--endlessly and wonderfully bizarre. His most recent comic "By This You Shall Know Him" is a kaleidoscopic gateway into a space-addled universe full of goopy vein-people and pastel-paletted dreamscapes. Jacobs is a master of the anthropomorphic creature, and after so many years of producing comics he has narrowed the form down to a T. Get your head into Jacobs' illustrations if you want to have a day out of the ordinary.

The Illustration Work of Jane Mai

Illustration // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Jane Mai is a freelance illustrator and comic artist from Brooklyn, NY. She has a cat farm in her backyard and in her spare time enjoys looking at photos of cheesecake. Jane's fresh, pop-influenced style draws influences from anime, toys, comics and other childhood imagery, reflecting them through a rawer more contemporary lens. She works in a variety of mediums and is able to push her own style through every material she uses.

"Decadence" by Morpheus

Illustration // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
This "Decadence" art print by digital artist Morpheus flaunts the ultra smooth sensuality of vector illustration. By layering fields of color, Morpheus is able to carve out the details of the flawless face without separating the predominant skin color from the backround. This print--availabe as giclee on matte archival paper--really gets at the core notion of decadence in its most elegant form.

Florian Meacci's Biro Pen Illustrations

Illustration // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Florian Meacci studied graphic design in France, then relocated to London to become and illustrator. His main interests lie in drawing with a biro pen and reading comic books. These painstakingly detailed illustrations are heavily and directly influenced by fashion and editorial imagery, their strong, body-based compositions creating striking visions in ink. It's no wonder Meacci is so enamored with the biro pen as he wields it expertly.

Digital Art and Illustration by Lambuja

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
We love the absurdity of everything in this piece by Sao Paulo-based digital artist and illustrator Labuja. Deadly half-naked girls on each other's shoulders fighting with a guitar and electric steam iron? Why not? 


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