Animated GIFs by Karan Singh

Illustration // Monday, June 08, 2015
Karan Singh is an Australian illustrator and designer currently residing in New York City. With experience gained from working at a multidisciplinary studio and spending the past five years working independently as an illustrator, Karan's projects have seen him interact with a gamut of clients ranging from local design boutiques to internationally recognised brands and agencies.

Laura Callaghan's Moody Girls

Illustration // Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Laura Callaghan is a freelance illustrator based in South East London. Her work is hand drawn using a mixture of watercolor, indian ink and minute pens with a focus on painted pattern, fashion and moody girls. She has produced work for clients such as Zizzi, Motel Rocks and The Sunday Telegraph and is the former Illustration Editor for Oh Comely Magazine.

Early 1900s Humor Magazine Illustrations by Franz Wacik

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 01, 2015
We always enjoy old illustrations and are always so fascinated by humor and comics from different periods. Franz Wacik was an Austrian artist who was especially devoted to children and young adult book illustrations. This particular series of illustrations were for the humor magazine Die Muskete and circa 1906-1911.

Illustrations of Berlin-based Pierre Schmidt, a.k.a. Drømsjel

Illustration // Thursday, May 28, 2015
We’re enamored with the illustrations of Pierre Schmidt, aka Drømsjel. In his art, flowers slide off human faces or hooded figures occupy otherworldly scenes. His broad range of work is united by a dark, surreal tone that fixates the viewer and leaves them unsettled.

The Illustrations and Designs of Mario Hugo

Illustration // Friday, May 22, 2015
Mario Hugo is a New York based creative director (Hugo and Marie), designer, and illustrator. Though he spends a large amount of time in front of his computer, Mario is still most interested in the traditional approach to creating, including a pencil and two or more sheets of paper.

Update: The Work of Mark Powell

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 22, 2015
London artist Mark Powell cleverly re-purposes old, used, and often tattered ephemera. Using cancelled envelopes, maps, and other found items as his canvases, he produces striking, life-like, and inked drawings. His sketches are made using only a Bic Biro pen, often incorporating the original stamps, logos, and addresses. 

The Artwork of Mika Nitta

Illustration // Wednesday, May 20, 2015
We're loving the beautiful illustrative work of Japanese artist Mika Nitta. With the kind of intricacy, attention to detail and the solid composition and palette that she portrays in her work, all you need to know is that it speaks for itself. 

The Work of Alejandrina Herrera

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Mexican artist Alejandrina Herrera creates beautiful scenes on the basis of drawing, collage and watercolor. Telling stories about people, animals, and how they interact with their surroundings, Herrera likes to include a touch of irony and melancholy by playing with the size of things and spaces.

Julio Cesar Morales' Undocumented Interventions

Illustration // Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Artist, curator and educator Julio César Morales' ongoing ink and watercolor series "Undocumented Interventions" are sourced from real discoveries by US Customs and Border Protection, presenting a surreal view of attempted border crossings and human trafficking. They depict children concealed in piñatas, washing machines, train and car seat cushions, stereo speakers and other unlikely spaces to transport a person.

Update: Nikita Kaun's Dreamlike Darkness

Illustration // Thursday, May 14, 2015
Nikita Kaun is a self taught artist based out of Saint- Petersburg Russia. His style is a mixture of predominantly black and white realistically rendered forms falling into a dreamlike darkness with minimal pops of color...

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