Female Movements by Taron Jordan

Illustration // Thursday, September 25, 2014
Taron Jordan aka 'Cone Bread' is a freelance illustrator currently based in Cincinnati, Ohio. His style consists of organic, decorative movements and is highly influenced by the female form.  He explains his work saying...

Of The Dirt, Of The Wood: Richey Beckett

Illustration // Thursday, September 25, 2014
UK based artist Richey Beckett‘s tools are paper and pen. Pencil. Eraser. Nothing more. Yet with those simple things he is able to construct drawings of intricate depth. His work feels ancient — like lost etchings or drawings in an illuminated book. His style is deliberate. Impeccably crafted...

Laurie Lipton: Santa Muerte

Illustration // Thursday, September 25, 2014
Laurie Lipton's extreme dedication to her work has allowed her to lead a life led by her art. It is a consuming reality, fully devoted to creation, and one of tremendous habitual focus. Lipton's work is an entry point into her mind and her experience, drawing from her upbringing and what currently compels her. She leads a life of near solitude, enjoying every moment spent with her work, and it is in the unparalleled intricacies of her creations that one can easily define her as an accomplished modern-day master...

Cynicism, Baseball & Bill Murray: Oliver Barrett

Illustration // Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Illustrator Oliver Barrett is from Cleveland, Ohio. A city I’ve never been to, but when discussing Barrett’s work it feels important to mention it all the same. He’s a creature of his environment, proud and questioning of the city and its citizens — a skilled observer and narrator of his hometown...

John Baizley and Baroness

Illustration // Wednesday, September 24, 2014
The depth of John Baizley's ambitious talent is immeasurable by any terms I'm familiar with. To comprehend his somewhat mysterious, and purposefully private existence in the public art realm, one must first appreciate the demanded effort it may take to physically seek it out...

The Multi-talented Charlo Frade

Illustration // Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Charlo Frade is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design with a B.F.A in Illustration/Communication Arts. He is interested and is involved in many things. Illustration, Comics, Writing, Fashion, Photography, Music, Film, Animation, Sculpting, Fine Art, Installation, Video/New Media, Video Games and many other fields. He plans on making a career out of all of them, or least pursuing them his whole life...

David Jien: New Works

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 24, 2014
A suite of new drawings sees David Jien exploring a bizarre world of fine-art museum appreciation and elevated anatomy. Jien received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in 2009. As a first generation Taiwanese-American, a veteran tagger who spent time in jail, and a recent art school graduate, Jien utilizes the unique facts and experiences of his life as raw material for the fantastic stories and characters that are represented in his work. 

Eric Beltz: Drunk Ethnobotanist Eats Visionary Weeds

Illustration // Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Laced with themes of ethnobotany, myth, religion, ritual and transcendence, the work of Eric Beltz is defined by his heavily educated perspective and historical knowledge. I was fortunate enough to spend a day with Beltz, touring his home studio and surrounding natural landscape, assumably how he would spend it normally...

Martine Johanna "The Grand Illusion of Sanity" @ Walls Gallery, Amsterdam

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Martine Johanna, who was featured in the Fashion department of our September, 2013 issue opened a solo show earlier this month at Walls Gallery in Amsterdam. "The Grand Illusion of Sanity" features new work that stems from her fascination with the persistent prejudices about the mental state of the woman. 

Illustration by Nick Sirotich

Illustration // Tuesday, September 23, 2014
"I love drawing pretty much everything. I'm really inspired by the weird, the creepy and the just plain silly. My work is a mixture of clean lines and crisp, cohesive colors. I love creating vibrant screaming monsters, awkward wobbly creatures and creepy old people. All my pieces are created the old fashioned way, with pencil and ink..."  

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