Hallucinatory Works by Piñatha

Illustration // Saturday, June 07, 2014
Shamanistic figures and mythical creatures engage in strange rituals in Piñatha's weird, wonderful universe. Piñatha is the artistic pseudonym of Nijah Lefèvre, an illustrator, designer and architect based in Monterrey, Mexico. Drawing inspiration from Mexican folklore, his body of work is a world of dream visions rendered in electrifying color.

Hattie Stewart's Pop Doodles

Illustration // Friday, June 06, 2014
What happens when you put all the bubble gum you can fit in your mouth and go on an sugar induced voyage to Disneyland on a magic carpet, and all you bring in your backpack is a handful of melting crayons, 1/2 a bag of marshmallows and some of your dad's special 'medicine'?? I'm gonna say Hattie Stewart, that's what happens. 

Pam Wishbow: Punk and Power Tools

Illustration // Friday, June 06, 2014
'Pam Wishbow eats cowboys for dinner and astronauts for snacks. She went to school for illustration and bounced a few times on her way from her childhood home in NJ to her new home in Seattle. She enjoys using her powers for good from time to time, as well as painting, drawing, playing drums, and reading book-thing...

Owen Davey's TMNT

Illustration // Friday, June 06, 2014
Owen Davey is a freelance illustrator, living & working out of Leicestershire, UK. His work has been published in every continent except Antarctica, including picture books in UK, America, Australia, France, China & Korea...  

Tim Lahan: Pizza the World Up

Illustration // Friday, June 06, 2014
Tim Lahan is an artist and illustrator living and working in New York. His minimal and raw illustration style houses both witty and humorous touches with a simple palette to match. He is actively working as both a commercial illustrator and fine artist and draws a semi-weekly comic called Today or Tomorrow.

Jim Rugg's Notebook

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 06, 2014
Jim Rugg is an American cartoonist and illustrator from Pittsburgh known for his tongue-in-cheek evocations of 1970's era comics and pop culture, as well as for his graphic novels and comic collections. A peek into Rugg's notebook drawings reveals a loose aesthetic reminiscent of irreverent high school doodling, only ten times more awesome and sophisticated.

Derek Louis Ercolano's "Experiments"

Illustration // Thursday, June 05, 2014
Born and raised in New York, Derek Louis Ercolano is currently finishing up his Masters Degree in Bergen, Norway. Derek's tumblr is a source for what he calls his "experiments." Bright colors and strange...

Comic Style Prints from Pete Murgatroyd

Illustration // Thursday, June 05, 2014
Sci-fi comic illustrator Pete Murgatroyd says "I work on both short comics and one-off illustrations for print. I keep a lot of sketch pads and treat them with as little respect as possible, I always plan really loosely because...

Scenic Illustrations from Henry McCausland

Illustration // Thursday, June 05, 2014
British illustrator Henry McCausland was born in 1981. His bio page on his website also lets us know that he is a Scorpio, for those of us who were wondering. Henry creates incredibly vibrant, scenic images...

Interpreting Angus Greig's Message

Illustration // Thursday, June 05, 2014
Angus Greig is a freelance illustrator based in London. Greig completed his degee in illustration in 2009 and has since worked for clients like Newsweek, The New York Times, New Scientist, GQ and many more. His works are appealing to the eye and always thought provoking...

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