Aaron Crawford's Art and Monsters

Illustration // Thursday, February 02, 2012
Aaron Crawford, a full-time artist and illustrator living in Atlanta, GA, creates nightmarish characters inspired by horror movies, depicting stomach churning scenes replete with skulls, demons, fangs, and the terrifyingly deformed. Crawford's brightly colored and dynamic monsters force the viewer into an alternate reality where the grotesque and evil aren't ashamed to flourish.

Olaf Hajek

Illustration // Thursday, February 02, 2012
Olaf Hajek is an award-winning illustrator currently living and working in Berlin. His fantastical and highly textural works combine elements of South American folklore, mythology, religion, history, and geography to create images that strike a balance between sober reality and mystical hallucination.

The Work of Pavel Sabelnikov

Illustration // Thursday, February 02, 2012
Pavel Sabelnikov or PAL is an ordinary observer, whose interests cover painting, vector and street graphics, illustration, wall decoration, sketching and aggressive inline skating. Its big in Latvia.

The Work of Egene Koo

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 02, 2012
Egene Koo is an illustrator based in Korea. Her beautifully detailed oil paintings are a unique fusion of nature, fashion, and portraiture, depicting richly colored wildlife in the same space as over-sized high heels and well-dressed models with wide-eyed cat and rabbit faces, an unusual combination of elements that is both dreamy and unsettling.

Chapter XXXIII: The Kervin Brisseaux Method

Illustration // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Automatons, Betaveltronics, The System is Incomplete. Kervin Brisseaux's architectural illustrations are like hyper-galactic explosions of animatronic dreams-capes from the not so distant future of illustration and technology.

Hello Cheeky

Illustration // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
What do you get when you cross Kreayshawn with the wrath of 10,000 tiny eyeballs, lightning bolts and the feature cover of your favorite magazine?? Hattie Stewart is an illustrator out of London with a series of your favorite international celebrities getting terrorized by her playful shapes and charachters. Hattie draws.

Adolfo Correa

Illustration // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
The work of Adolfo Correa is the result of his inner search to experiment styles, shapes, colours and techniques in order to learn and, as a result, develop his own potent and functional style for the world of graphics, advertising and the visual expression of contemporary design.

The Work of Alice X. Zhang

Illustration // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Alice X. Zhang is a New York-based designer and illustrator. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a major in Graphic Design, but heartily wishes she had chosen illustration instead. Always drawing, learning, and experimenting, her wildly colorful and dynamic digital paintings take inspiration from literature, cinema, and television.

Rob Bridges

Illustration // Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Rob Bridges is an illustrator based in Lexington, Kentucky. He earned his BFA from the Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA, and has worked as a senior creative in a design firm. Since 2005 his interest has grown to include book illustration and he has been highly influenced by artists such as Arthur Rackham and Maurice Sendak.

Aaron Klopp's Nightmare

Illustration // Tuesday, January 31, 2012
A graphic designer by day and an illustrator by night, North Carolina-based Aaron Klopp illustrated this short comic, "The Nightmare-a-thon," for Strange Kid Comix Magazine No. 2. We hope you enjoy the bloody, badass, B-movie monster/zombie madness.


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