Anaelle Clot Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Anaelle Clot is a french illustrator who specializes in highly detailed line drawings with a focus on the natural. Clot draws birds with lovely patterns and creates fields of leaves and mushrooms that are so extensive they could be used as wallpapers. An illustrative wizard when wielding a pen!

Pat Perry Illustrates His Cross-Country Motorcycle Roadtrip

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 29, 2014
We love checking in on on one of our all-time favorites Pat Perry. He recently updated his blog with sketches and pictures from a cross-country motorcycle roadtrip that included "sleeping in lizard dust behind Dollar General, breaking down a hundred miles from any town in Texas, getting directions from junkies, getting advice from junkies, getting made fun of by junkies, camping in the Walmart parking lot, being harrassed by police...

"Chaman" by DZO Olivier

Illustration // Monday, July 28, 2014
French born graphic designer and artist DZO Olivier was born into a family environment which he says was conducive to his exploration in graphic arts. Olivier received his degree from the Graduate School of Fine Arts in Toulouse after five years of study...

Anthony Sekyere aka Tony Riff

Illustration // Monday, July 28, 2014
Tony Riff is a London illustrator on a quest to reach what he calls the promised land: "the place where you can draw what you want and not be dead broke in the process." We understand your journey, Tony! This illustrator most enjoys drawing bizarre characters...

James Roper In San Francisco Through August 15th

Illustration // Monday, July 28, 2014
Illustrator James Roper has found a way to combing his love for filmmaking with his love for illustration. "The Inscending Spiral" is the product of this love affair. James is currently showing at Mirus Gallery in San Francisco through August 15th. Here are a few words from this multitalented artist: "Having previously pursued filmmaking as a side project, through script writing and the making of short films...

"Socialist Circle" Animation by Pansak Sakpiboonrat

Illustration // Monday, July 28, 2014
Pansak Sakpiboonrat's "Socialist Circle" is a densely animated cornucopia of moving pieces and parts. This animation is worth a second or third watch to see what is really going down in all of its scatterbrained chaos. Despite the scene's disarray...  

'Life Of A Salesman' by Masami Tsukishima

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 28, 2014
Perfect for a Monday morning, the series by Masami Tsukishima, Life Of A Salesman, follows lonely salesmen loping to and from work. With psychedelic red skies, trains on fire and hard lines, the art of Tsukishima intrigues while it beguiles. 

Works by Kaan Bagci

Illustration // Sunday, July 27, 2014
Illustrator Kaan Bagci investigates form, color, structure and deconstruction in this experimental set of personal illustrations. Bagci is based in Istanbul, Turkey...

Heiko Muller's Darkly Spiritual Drawings

Illustration // Saturday, July 26, 2014
Heiko Muller's art comes "from an urge to explore. I like the countryside. I like a good view." To imagine and express this fascination in the extended world, Muller likes to tap the lines linking religious icon art, renaissance painting and comic culture. "I am particularly thrilled by the kind of spiritual terror you find exressed in the paintings of the old Flemish masters," writes Muller. His work is full of mystery and a fun kind of darkness. Muller is based in Hamburg, Germany, but has shown work from Estonia to Chicago.   

The 80's Inspired Art of Gavin Dias

Illustration // Friday, July 25, 2014
Gavin Dias is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer from London, England. He draws inspiration from the high-energy neon nightmares and palm-tree paradises of California in the 80s, pushing this pumped-up aesthetic through his digital drawings. Gavin has worked for Tah Heuer and Dior and sometimes works under the pseudonym "'92."

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