Illustrations by Naomi Wilkinson

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 28, 2012
Naomi Wilkinson is an illustrator currently living in Bristol that graduated with a BA in Illustration from UWE, Bristol in 2012. She has done a wide variety of  commercial illustrations, by way of her solid, simple signature style and is currently represented by East Wing. Her beautiful, hand-painted works have a soft appeal and an often humorous narrative.

Diane Gaeta "Lolitas" @ America Martin Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 27, 2012
The America Martin Gallery is proud to present Lolitas, a solo exhibition by Los Angeles based artist, Diane Gaeta. Emerging from cross-continental social media correspondence that traded the boundaries of traditional language communications for imagery, Lolitas is a manipulated translation of photographs taken by a Parisian teenager.

Playful Works by Brecht Vandenbroucke

Illustration // Saturday, October 27, 2012
Brecht Vandenbroucke is an artist and illustrator based in Antwerp, Belgium. Vandenbroucke's paintings are full of humor and irreverence, boldly rendered narratives where playful juxtapositions and pop culture references become punchlines. He describes his works as somewhere "between Bauhaus and Mickey Mouse."

Nicholas Vokey’s Political Portraits

Illustration // Friday, October 26, 2012
“Right now I’m focus­ing mostly on sub­tly humor­ous por­traits of conservative-male politi­cians and busi­ness­men and roman­tic comedy/80s movies celebri­ties. I just fin­ished a draw­ing of John Boehner, the Speaker of the House, and Mitch McConnell, the United States Sen­ate Minor­ity Leader. You’ll also see Hugh Grant’s mugshot on there and Arnold Schwarzeneg­ger snug­gling up to a deer. Other things, like the steak and the porsche, revolve around rich-guy culture.“

Sophie Alda's Melty Bricks

Illustration // Friday, October 26, 2012
Let it be known, I am a huge fan of animated GIF's, especially the handmade, illustrated kind. When I come across some GIF's that were created by an artist or illustrator, I just can't help myself, I want to share them with the world! Here is a collection of some from Sophie Alda, an artist living over in the UK with a special talent for creating my favorite little mini-movies.

The Works of Daniel Lachenmeier

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 26, 2012
Daniel Lachenmeier is a freelance illustrator and designer born and raised in Basel, Switzerland. His work has been published in magazines and news papers such as: Du, Die Zeit Campus, Die Zeit Geschichte, Neon, Hear The World, Stylepark, Annabelle, O2 and Neue Luzerner Zeitung. Daniel currently works and lives in Basel.

The Works of Tom Gilmour

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 26, 2012
London-based illustrator Tom Gilmour, finds inspiration in occult imagery, nomadic themes and  black tattoo art. His hand drawn artwork is inspired by traditional tattoos and macabre iconography- though he keeps his works solely on paper- rather than skin. Awesome illustrative work that might as well be tattoo flash.

Brosmind Shows What's Inside

Illustration // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Brosmind is a graphic design & illustration studio based in Barcelona that has created some new exciting work since we last checked. Their new series 'What’s Inside', focuses on drawn characters that are opened up to reveal their own particularity. Love their graphic, cartoon style.

Daniel Lachenmeier Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Daniel Lachenmeier is a freelance illustrator and designer born and raised in Basel, Switzerland. His work has been published in magazines and news papers such as: Du, Die Zeit Campus, Die Zeit Geschichte, Neon, Hear The World, Stylepark, Annabelle, O2 and Neue Luzerner Zeitung. Daniel currently works and lives in Basel.

The Work of Laura Paskevicius

Illustration // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Laura Paskevicius is a freelance illustrator based near Toronto, Ontario, who admittedly listens to songs on repeat until she never wants to hear them again. This repetitive obsession, much like aspects of her illustration style, is a little bit OCD and a little compulsive. He work appears raw and unfiltered- like a stream of consciousness out-pouring and is completed by mixing different mediums, elements of collage and bits of text.

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