Ultraviolet Characters by Emmanulle Walker

Illustration // Friday, April 12, 2013
Emmanuelle Walker is an illustrator and animator from Montrel, graduating from one of the top universities for animation; Gobelins School of the Image in Paris. creating clients such as Disney, Wizz Design and Mother New York, Walker gives a sense of joy to her viewers with her cheerful characters and simple shapes...   

Pencil Lines by Lee Misenheimer

Illustration // Friday, April 12, 2013
Graduating from East Carolina University Lee Misenheimer lost desire to draw, "...A pretty hefty creative depression" as he calls it. Becoming inspired by Japanese art Misenheimer found his signature style, thick line work and flowing, natural movement across his pieces, "As far as drawing goes, I definitely have some sort of repetitive line syndrome...   

Adventurous Creations by Pat Perry

Illustration // Friday, April 12, 2013
Michigan artist Pat Perry is a versitile and brilliant artist who contributes his talent to art projects such as the Beehive Design Collective. Being a group of activists he illustrates visual narratives to tell stories of globalization, climate change and social injustice to educate. Speaking through his artwork Perry diligently explores with painting...   

Andres Guzman's Grimy Lines

Illustration // Thursday, April 11, 2013
Andres Guzman's illustrations are grimy, graphic and endlessly fun to look at. Guzman spent most of his youth in Denver, Colorado but is originally from Lima, Peru. Guzman studied illustration at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Guzman calls himself a "creature of the night," and enjoys "eating large quantities of food whenever possible." Guzman translates the world around him into dynamic, raging forms of line and color, drawing influences from graffiti, cartoons and cinema.   

Ali Gulec's Skulls

Illustration // Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Ali Gulec draws a lot of skulls. His quirky illustrations span a wide range of styles and concepts, and he is constantly pushing his work to new levels of quirkiness. These skulls make up an impressive collection of experiments, each one an awesome take on the ubiquitous symbol of death. Ali Gulec makes illustrations for worldwide textile brands and many Turkish advertisement agencies. Fresh and unapologetic, his work is appealing to all.   

Aron Jancso Typography

Illustration // Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Aron Jancso is an incredible typography artist from Budapest, Hungary. Jancso's type-compositions are sleek and lovely, and Jancso loves to build everything from scratch, at times even designing every single letter of a poster. He prefers shapes and structures instead of effects. His work is a blend of modernism, street culture and calligraphy, yet it maintains a very experimental edge. A complete type addict, Jancso is entirely prolific--check out his work if you're ever in need of typography inspiration.   

Lilidoll's "Milkybook"

Illustration // Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Lilidoll is a french artist and character designer whose "Milky Book" illustrations capture the charming, fantastical world of a little girl in a forest-land. Lilidoll's artwork is quaint and lovely, using glowing tones of blue and purple to describe the shapes of her imagined space. She populates the land of "Milky Book" with dynamic little white-furred animals that are hard to resist. Her illustrations are perfectly cute, just like her name.  

New Work by Matt Leines

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 11, 2013
We are enjoying the work of Brooklyn-based artist Matt Leines this morning. Matt earned his BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design and often depicts fantasy worlds inhabited by strange beasts, living architecture and colorful lines and patterns. He opens his show Hypebolic at Beginnnings, Brooklyn on April 11th.

Joe Fig's Tiny Tables

Illustration // Wednesday, April 10, 2013
We love to feature Joe Fig because his work is so wonderfully playful and difficult to look away from. After doing a series of miniature sculptures of artists in their studios, Fig goes on to make this series of artist's tables, a strange and whimsical approach toward realistic rendering. Fig's miniature tables look frighteningly accurate, yet they are miniscule, lending a sense of kitsch to these homages to great artists. The workspaces belong to big names like Jackson Pollock and Chuck Close. We love being able to look inside these art world giants' lives through the handiwork of a skilled miniature craftsman. 

Jean Baptiste's Dynamic Animals

Illustration // Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Jean Baptiste has an astounding skill for texture, color and character design. He wanted to become a makeup artist as a child, and spent a great deal of time drawing and sculpting monsters, to his parent's delight. He oriented himself toward animation as he got older and studied illustration at the Emile Cohl in Lyon, then 2D animation at the great Gobelins school in Paris. Baptiste started working video games as a 3D animator but quickly left for other projects and eventually was rescued by the cartoon saloon in Ireland, where he works to this day. 


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