Drawing On Cups

Illustration // Friday, September 14, 2012
Cheeming Boey sticks to something a little less traditional than paper and canvas for his art-- he draws his work on cups! We respect and admire his efforts to create intricate illustrations on these styrofoam and plastic cylinders. Check out his playful and detailed works on cups here.  

Drawings by Sophia Foster Dimino

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 14, 2012
Sophia Foster Dimino's cartoons and illustrations create odd and humorous narratives that range from large social scenes that remind us of Manet's The Masked Ball at the Opera (with its multiple levels and intricate character detailing) to individual characters that reside in their own eccentric relaxation habits in outlandish contraptions.

Kelsey Dake Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, September 13, 2012
Kelsey Dake is a top notch illustrator that draws a variety of subjects for lots of different people and companies. She's been in American Illustration a handful of times, and this year was named one of Print Magazine's Top 20 Under 30. Congrats Kelsey!  Awesome graphic illustration work.

Aaron Klopp's Monster Fights

Illustration // Thursday, September 13, 2012
'These monster battles started out as a sketch exercise to keep active in my sketchbook and have turned out to be what I look forward to drawing the most sometimes. Inspired by the love of old comics, the inked sketches were colored digitally and faux-aged with a halftone process.' Aaron Klopp is an illustrator and graphic designer residing in the Queen City. He has a passion for image-making, be it pulp monster illustrations or slick graphics for a book or poster design...

Mico Goldobin's 'Constructing the Universe'

Tattoo // Thursday, September 13, 2012
Working out of Tartu-Tattoo Studio in Tartu, Estonia, the talented tattooist, Mico Goldobin, gave this beautifully rendered black ink tattoo of Hannah Stouffer's illustration ' Constructing the Universe' to the lucky forearm of Jo Nurm. A perfect rendition of the original, if I don't say so myself....

Hong Chun Zhang's Hairy Objects

Illustration // Thursday, September 13, 2012
'The idea for this series is about humor, beauty and repulsion. To me, long hair not only looks beautiful, but sometimes it can be very repulsive in particular settings such as hair in the hamburger, egg, wineglass, cigarette, toothpaste and sink. I combine hair and every day objects to evoke different feelings and emotions through a surrealistic approach.' Hong Chun Zhang

Kasetodzilla

Illustration // Thursday, September 13, 2012
Dominik Bulka, an illustrator and graphic designer in Wroclaw, Poland created this monster made of cassette tapes, Kasetodzilla, who attacks the town of Szczecin in a mix-tape driven rage. This series was made for an exhibition and more on the project can be found online on his blog...

Japanese Horror Manga Reviews

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Foreign ghost movies about cell-phones, dead children and girls with uzis for hands aside, I've only recently engulfed myself in the literary insanity that is Japanese Horror Manga, so I'm not even going to bother pretending to sound like I know what I'm talking about in this article.

The Art of Tomer Hanuka

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
You know how sometimes you think that you have tried to imagine EVERY color combination available? Well, looking at any illustration from Tomer Hanuka will prove to you in a heartbeat that you surely have NOT...

The Illustrated world of Ronald Kurniawan

Illustration // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
onald Kurniawan graduated with honors from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Inspired by ideograms, syllables, letter forms, beasts and heroic landscapes, Kurniawan slowly but surely continues to create a visual language where the wilderness and civilization could merge happily together. With the belief that the sublime and nuclear age could coexist, Ronald paints romantic environments and breaks the quiet scene...

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