Magical Worlds by Yosuke Ueno

Illustration // Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Japanese artist Yosuke Ueno creates worlds of a strange and surreal nature. Ueno wants to take the viewer on a magical ride, introducing unusual characters along the way with hidden symbolism to decode in her work, "I always start new work without any detailed designs. My hope is for a piece to complete itself beyond my imagination. I sometimes say that artists are parallel to scientists...

Bold Illustrations by Stefano Zattera

Illustration // Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Graphic designer, comic book illustrator, painter, sculptor, fiction writer, the list goes on for Stefano Zattera. For the Italian native nothing is out of reach as he puts together a large body of work. Zattera's bold and incisive voice gains him respect around the world and comes across in his illustrations. His subjects for his work range from political, humorous, horrific and satirical...  

Junji Ito's Eerie Illustrations

Illustration // Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Junji Ito was born in the Gifu prefecture of Japan in 1963. Inspired by Kazuo Umezu's comics and always watching his older sister's doodle, Ito decided to draw horror comics for himself. Trying to juggle his dental technician career with his increasingly popular hobby, life dramatically changed for Ito when he received an honorable mention from his influence Umezu, for submitting a short story to Gekkan Halloween...   

The Ghostly Illustrations of Januz Miralles

Illustration // Monday, March 25, 2013
  Januz Miralles is an illustrator based in Laguna, Philippines. His eerie, ethereal images combine traditional painting techniques with digital photo manipulation, creating a surreal landscape where human figures are woven into a shifting fog of textures and brush strokes. Although little is known of the artist or his artistic approach, Miralles' work is nonetheless viscerally haunting and mystical.   

Witty Drawings by Victor Kerlow

Illustration // Monday, March 25, 2013
Born and raised in Manhattan, Victor Kerlow gets his inspiration from the city's exciting and lively atmosphere. Creating with ink and watercolor, Kerlow illustrates for clients such as The New Yorker, The New York Times, MTV, Random House and many more. Kerlow's quirky and witty pieces evolve from the random events and places he comes across...

Whimsical work by Robson Borges

Illustration // Monday, March 25, 2013
Freelance Graphic Designer & Illustrator from São Paulo, Brazil. Robson Borges creates whimsical and adventurous environments inspired by the streets he walks on, the people he meets and the natural elements of his surroundings. Using dark colors for the foreground and complementary colors for the background of his pieces, Borges creates depth... 

Illustrations by Trevor Ede

Illustration // Monday, March 25, 2013
English designer and art director Trevor Ede illustrates with a variety of styles, combining line work with textures and hand-lettering. Ede creates creatures and mystical characters inspired by Mexican culture, children illustrations and 60's graphic design. Having illustrated for clients such as Gap, Cascaid and Penguin Books, Ede now designs apparel and art prints for his own creative company, Farnell...

Daehyun Kim for Juxtapoz

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 24, 2013
For the March 2013 issue, we asked South Korea-born, Vienna-based artist, Daehyum Kim to create an original illustration for the magazine. What we got was this stunning, highly-detailed, meditative piece from the artist, entitled Moon I See, that exemplifies everything we love about the artist. Check the detailed shots... 

Paintings by Jared Flaming

Illustration // Sunday, March 24, 2013
Jared Flaming’s new series of paintings flows from an intelligent rhythm deeply ingrained below the surface. He composes distinctly lyrical compositions that do not overpower stylistic differences, but instead lucidly consolidate all of its elements. Paint strokes are deceptive; what appears as enlarged single strokes are in fact illusionistic renderings of outsized scale. Flaming demonstrates classical representation; illustrating  a turning point with fresh use of symbolisms that summons the smartest elements of Pop, Renaissance, and classical mythology...  

The Illustrated Train by Bee Johnson

Illustration // Sunday, March 24, 2013
Starting out working in traditional media such as paint and charcoal, Bee Johnson has become a master of digital illustration. Creating surfaces and textures for her art by gathering parts of her old paintings and prints to scan them for new compositions. Johnson has designed and illustrated for fashion, editorial and advertising. Featuring in 3x3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly and Applied Arts...  


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