Story Art by Tim Heitz

Illustration // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Tim Heitz is a story artist at PDI DreamWorks Animation in Redwood City, CA. His blog is full of lively characters, caricatures, worlds real and imagined --all rendered with a playful hand carefully attuned to the power of shape, color and design. Along with spot-on caricatures of celebrities, bands and superheroes, you'll find Tim's sketchbooks and his thoughtful musings on that great places to doodle and that Santa-looking dude in a red tracksuit on the subway. Heitz graduated from San Jose state with a degree in animation and illustration. His work is a lovely testament to the power of visual storytelling.  

The Works of Mu Pan

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
We can't believe we haven't put a gigantic spotlight on Brooklyn-based fine artist, Mu Pan in the past, but with a little Ralph Steadman influence and dark political satire, this is the kind of artwork to wake up to. The SVA grad mixes a bit of surreal, humans versus non-human battle scenes with a great insight to his sketchbook works. There is a ton of good stuff here... get lost. 

Amélie Fontaine's Strange Rituals

Illustration // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Amelie Fontaine's illustrations are strange and beautiful, depicting scenes of ritual in some sketched-out otherworld. Fontaine studied decorative arts and graphic design in school and has illustrated for a number of books and other publications. These works of peculiar fancy detail populations of imagined igloos, sweaters and people participating in mysterious processions, and we love trying to unravel what is going on in them. Fontaine is based in France.

David Capuzzo Art

Illustration // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
  David Capuzzo's art is inspired by sci-fi movies, books, dreams and ancient sculptures. He works to create stimulating visuals which delve into the human psyche and tread the mind's surreal dreamscape. He was born in Bogota, Colombia but was raised in American suburbia. Capuzzo works through a hybrid sort of process, combining traditional and digital media to create lushly-lit scenes of half-dreaming visions.     

Eleanor Taylor's Paper Works

Illustration // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Eleanor Taylor's illustrations tell stories of myth and creation through paint, charcoal, ink and collage. Located in Brighton, England, Taylor received her BA in illustraiton from the Norwich School of Art and Design and her MA from the Royal College of Art. Her patchwork scenes of speckled paper and ink display a lovely touch of the artist's hand. Taylor has received the Jerwood Drawing Prize and the Shelia Robinson Drawing Prize.   

Work by Daniel Danger

Illustration // Monday, March 18, 2013
  Creator of Tiny Media Empire, Daniel Danger illustrates worlds with, "amidst, old houses dead from the fallout of urban sprawl, railway bridges asleep from neglect and trees that engulf everything". Daniel feels like he is documenting a period in time with his artwork, that everyone has forgotten to remember. His production and design company is based in Boston, MA...  

Watercolors by Tara Marynowsky

Illustration // Monday, March 18, 2013
Australian native, Tara Marynowsky is an illustrator and painter with a whimsical style. Creating art in Sydney, Tara has collaborated her artwork with Natalie Wood, the designer of Australian street wear label, Something Else and appeared in many exhibitions including, Still Life, Delmar Gallery and Ten Degrees of Separation, Poimena Gallery...  

Pen & Paper: Yue Wu

Illustration // Monday, March 18, 2013
Hypebeast's Pen & Paper series presents the infinatley talented Parisian artist Yue Wu, as he takes us back to the beginning of his craft and the development of his style.Taking a peek at his overflowing sketchbooks, explaining his theories behind his sketches and talking about which artists really inspired his "East meets West" artwork...     

Work by Hikari Shimoda

Illustration // Monday, March 18, 2013
Hikari Shimoda was born in Nagano, Japan in 1984. Studying illustration Aoyama cram for two years after college, in 2008 Hikari became more of a contemporary artist. Impacted by the catastrophic earthquake in Japan in 2011, Hikari painted a series of children who have magical features as a result of the power plant explosion from the earthquake... 

Illustrations by Eric Dufresne

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 18, 2013
  We enjoyed this series of illustrations by Canadian artist Eric Dufresne. Using colorful geometric shapes and intersecting lines Eric portrays the heroes of DC Comics: Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern, Batman, Superman, and Green Arrow.  


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