The Works of Brendan Donnelly

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 25, 2013
Perhaps you don't know of Brendan Donnelly, but the Southern California artist has found himself at the forefront of an emerging anti-art movement. Donnely, who’s best known for his illustration and graphic design work for apparel companies Stussy, Altamont, and Converse has branched out and begun to do work with some of the music worlds favorite indie darlings - The Vaccines, FIDLAR, and Grizzly Bear just to name a few.

Illustrations by Elia Fernandez

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 25, 2013
This morning we are enjoying the work of Netherlands-based illustrator Elia Fernandez. Elia transforms reality into the abstract through his surreal, dream-like illustrations.  

New Work From Kristina Collantes

Illustration // Sunday, February 24, 2013
Kristina Collantes was born in Cabiao Nueva Ecija, Philippines. Her family moved to San Diego in 1997 and has called southern California their home ever since. She started working as an illustrator right after high school and has had the pleasure of collaborating with a wide range of clients in editorial and design. Kristina currently lives and works as a full time illustrator in Los Angeles, California.

The Illustration Work of Taylor White

Illustration // Friday, February 22, 2013
Taylor White is an active producer of fine pictorial convention. With a background in illustration, her work can be found in print, in urban gallery spaces, on city streets, and in public and private collections. Taylor is currently based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930)

Illustration // Friday, February 22, 2013
Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930) was a Swiss artist who was one of the first artists to be associated with the Art Brut or outsider art label.At the beginning of the twentieth century, Adolf Wölfli, a former farmhand and laborer, produced a monumental, 25,000-page illustrated narrative in Waldau, a mental asylum near Bern, Switzerland. Through a complex web of texts, drawings, collages and musical compositions, Wölfli constructed a new history of his childhood...

Miguel Montaner

Illustration // Friday, February 22, 2013
Miguel Montaner has been developing his work as a professional illustrator since 2010, regularly contributing with press and other fields of illustration such as publishing, independent projects and publicity. He conceives illustration as a means of communication, a form of dialogue with the observer. Miguel gives his opinion and invites the observer to be submerged into the image, to reflect on it and to come to his or her own conclusions...

The Work of YoAz

Illustration // Friday, February 22, 2013
Mechanical intricacies, intensive detailing and geometric rendering heavily make up the work of Paris, France based digital artist, designer and illustrator YoAz. With a focus leaning primarily towards the animal kingdom, (and some hip-hop icons) the work of YoAz holds a complex intensity that is wildly humbling.

Suzy Q and the Owls

Illustration // Thursday, February 21, 2013
Susie Wright is an illustrator and printmaker based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Susie’s work is inspired by her Scottish heritage, natural history, architecture and geography. Her illustration often features Scottish wildlife, as a reaction to missing Scotland when living in London for a number of years. Susie’s distinctive style of illustration has developed from working with screen printing and an interest in architectural imagery.


Illustration // Thursday, February 21, 2013
The LOVE SPORT series of short films feature well known sports such as: High-Diving, Basketball, Fencing, Weightlifting, Equestrian, Synchronized Swimming, All-In-Wrestling, Sumo, Ski Jumping, Mountaineering, Ping Pong, Paint-Balling, Dog Racing, Dominoes ...and a special film about Big Game Hunting! Directed by Grant Orchard and produced by STUDIO AKA.

Computer Generative Sketching and Paintings by Sergio Albiac

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 21, 2013
Sergio Albiac has an unusual artistic process. He begins by writing computer programs that generate images. Once his idea has been translated into code, he will search and select the visual results that best express his point. These generative images will sometimes be his final work or he will use them as an electronic sketchbook to visualize his concepts before painting.


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