The Darkness of Daniel Danger

Illustration // Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England. The son of an middle school art teacher married to a professional potter, Daniel was never going to be a mathematician or claims adjuster for a top rated insurance agency. Amidst old houses dead from the fallout of urban sprawl, railway bridges asleep from neglect, and trees that engulf everything...

David Sauceda: Membrane Series

Illustration // Wednesday, August 13, 2014
  'This project explores the concept of identity as a membrane, intangible and invisible, outside the physical body, being the filter of information between the environment and the individual's psychological self. The membrane is in a constant state of change and adaptability, leading to the development of an identity....

Adam Ferris' Retina Shocking GIFS

Illustration // Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Adam Ferris’s GIFs are hard to look at. Not because they’re not good—because they are,—but because they do something strange to the backs of your eyeballs.  

Portraits By Zoe Byland

Illustration // Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Zoe Byland was born in Switzerland and studied contextual painting at the academy of fine arts in Vienna. She was part of this year's Tiny Trifecta show at The Cotton Candy machine and lives and works in Vienna. We love her dark yet tongue-in-cheek paintings of nostalgic imagery mixed with pop-culture props. Beautiful work!

Somerset House's Film-Inspired Screenprints

Illustration // Tuesday, August 12, 2014
This month, Somerset House opens up again for another summer of Film4 Summer Screen Shows. They are collaborating with Print Club London for another extensive exhibition of screen-printed posters to celebrate the 10-year anniversary. Artists such as Hattie Stewart, Kate Moross and HelloVon were asked to pick up one of the films, and the result present a wonderful variation in style and emotion.

Michael Pitripov's Geometric Illustrations

Illustration // Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Vibrancy and funky structures sing loud and proud in the graphic art made by Michael Pitripov. Michael moves between two styles-- very loose, sketchy, observational work, and then the finished pieces, which are much more solidified, geometric illustrations. The sychronicity with which Pitripov approaches tradition and geometric is amazing!

Recent Works from Casey Jex Smith

Illustration // Tuesday, August 12, 2014
After Receiving his M.F.A in Painting at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2005, Casey Jex Smith has explored a variety of different illustrative styles. His latest works from 2014 are mostly black and white with splashes of bright, saturated primary colors....

Eero Lampinen Explores Curiosity

Illustration // Monday, August 11, 2014
Eero Lampinen is an Illustrator and graphic designer based in Helsinki, Finland who's works are youthful in both color palate and subject matter. The subjects in this series are experiencing curiosity while exploring the world around them...

The Vibrant Watercolor Works of Holly Exley

Illustration // Monday, August 11, 2014
Living and working in London, watercolor painter Holly Exley works with saturated colors which is somewhat unusual for this medium. Holly's subject matter varies greatly, with categories from her website including Composer Portraits, Bird's Nests...

Eline Van Dam aka Zeloot

Illustration // Monday, August 11, 2014
Eline Van Dam aka Zeloot is a Dutch graphic designer, illustrator and silkscreener who currently works and lives in a small German village named Gruiten. Besides making illustrations for editorial or commercial cause, Zeloot has a special interest in designing (and silkscreening) posters...

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