Angie Wang, the Ultimate Illustratress

Illustration // Monday, April 01, 2013
Angie Wang has a brilliant imagination. The worlds and visions that she creates in her comics and illustrations are marvelous creations full of color and mystique.  I’ve always been a fan. Angie got her start early on imagining things by pretending the periodic table and a world map were actually video games. She started drawing because of a knockoff Sailor Moon pillowcase that she copied over and over... 

Graphite Drawings by Joe Fenton

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 01, 2013
This morning we get lost in London-based artist Joe Fenton's intricately detailed graphite drawings. His imaginative and skilled work is part of a series titled The Landing. Fenton's past work is often surreal and just as meticulously drawn.

Alessandra Maria's Visceral Explorations

Illustration // Monday, April 01, 2013
I first became aware of Alessandra Maria’s artwork when she emailed me on November 1st, 2011.  She only had three pieces of finished artwork on her Tumblr but from those three pieces I was more than able to tell that she was a talented individual who, at twenty years old, was well on her way to becoming one of the best artists around...

Steve Kim's Modern Art  

Illustration // Monday, April 01, 2013
Steve Kim is a mystery.  Both in the depth of his creativity and also, I’m not entirely sure where he came from  (I mean metaphorically - he’s from Seoul, South Korea).  He’s seemingly always been around.  Not that I mind though because during the years of curating Supersonic, Steve and I have become great friends and his insights into art and design have been enlightening and honest... 

Mike Mitchell's Super Pop

Illustration // Monday, April 01, 2013
Mike Mitchell and I first interacted on the wonderfully named website “Eat Poo” back in the early ‘00s.  The site was a forum of young and incredibly talented artists who were notorious for being harsh critics and distancing themselves from any artist that wasn’t up to par.  (Some of you may recall what I’m talking about).  Somehow Mike and I made the cut and we’ve been friends ever since...

Fairy Tale Wonder by Kate Powell

Illustration // Sunday, March 31, 2013
Seventeen year old Kate Powell is an illustrator from West Yorkshire, England. Drawing in mostly pencil, Powell seeks inspiration from nature and the human body, creating fairy tales with floating flowers and colorful, vibrant birds, "I value imagination and emotion over rationality". Always being the shy kid growing up, drawing has given Powell confidence and boldness...   

Pencil Illustrations by Gavin O'Donnell

Illustration // Saturday, March 30, 2013
At the young age of twenty Gavin O'Donnell creates highly realistic illustrations with just a pencil. Drawing from the age of thirteen O'Donnell was greatly encouraged by his aunt who he'd visit in England. Returning back to Ireland O'Donnell couldn't put the pencil down, "I didn't stop drawing for a few years I must of created over a hundred drawings. I look back on a lot of these now and feel like vomiting but they were necessary to get to where I am now"...  

Work by Barish

Illustration // Friday, March 29, 2013
Barish is a tattoo artist, illustrator and graphic designer - his fluency in these three media shows itself in the interdisciplinary visual vocabulary of his work. He is based in Queretaro, Mexico.

'Walk for Walk' by Amy Lockhart

Illustration // Friday, March 29, 2013
Amy Lockhart's 16mm film 'Walk for Walk' was created using over 1,000 hand painted cut-outs and paper puppets with paper backgrounds. The artist recorded the sounds in an isolation box she built in her living room, out of cardboard, insulation and drywall. As a bonus, Marc Bell's characters SHRIMPY AND PAUL make a cameo, can you spot them?

Fractal Fauna by Jordan Rogers

Illustration // Friday, March 29, 2013
  Jordan Rogers is an Illustrator and designer currently living between Bristol and Plymouth. Rogers' creativity is fed by a deep interest in Science, Technology and Surrealism. With a background in Physics, Science and a fascination with geometry and the nature of fractals informs much of his work. Through his Illustration Rogers hopes to share what he has learned himself, by presenting this information in visually engaging and aesthetically intriguing forms.  


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