Poloroids and Ice Cream Sundays

Illustration // Thursday, June 30, 2011
Sebastian Ospina's vintage inspired, retro-simplicity and humourously pastel illustrations are difficult not to indulge in. Ospina is an artist and illustrator out of Bogota, Colombia.

Don't Look Now

Illustration // Thursday, June 30, 2011
Ghoulish nightmares and post-it notes. Don Kenn is a writer, director (for a children's show!) and illustrator out of Denmark who spends his down time drawing miniature scenes of under-the-bed monster horror on tiny, yellow squares of office paper.

Manhattan from Memory

Illustration // Thursday, June 30, 2011
Stephen Wiltshire has an incredible gift. The London based artist is able to draw stunningly detailed landscapes all from memory. Sydney, London, Los Angeles, he has drawn them all. Now he is conquering his biggest city yet, New York.

Beer Series by Dave Murray

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 29, 2011
We know it is getting close to Fourth of July weekend here in the United States, which means that about 250 million Americans (about 50 million will avoid it all) will be buying beer and heading on a camping trip, fireworks party, or a reading of the US Constitution. Seems like a good time to show you the Beer Series by Dave Murray.

The work of Rory Kurtz

Illustration // Wednesday, June 29, 2011
'Rory Kurtz has been illustrating since he was old enough to hold a crayon.  Self-taught and focusing in pencil, ink, and digital paint, Rory has carved out his niche as a unique voice in the illustration community.  He tends to shift from one style to the next and back again, but the individual pieces seem unified by a shared sense of fantasy in a modern reality.'

Conrad's Muses

Illustration // Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Barcelona based illustrator Conrad Roset's muses, nudes, illustrated ladies, works and intimates.

In the Face of Abstraction

Illustration // Wednesday, June 29, 2011
'Vividly coloured or black and white, severly contorted or startingly realistic, the images that Sam Green creates span the border, whether waling the line of beautifully serene or the narrow pathway of the near avante garde they all retain an immense sense of individuality.'

Raudiel and Little Soot

Illustration // Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Raudiel was born in 1980 in Guamuchil Sinaloa Mexico and has been an illustrator and designer ever since graduating from school in Tijuana in 2001. 'I gather inspiration from life experience, Mexican folklore and iconography such as lucha libre, santeria, skulls, flowers, magic, street vending and flea markets mixing them with the nature.'

Feathers and Scales

Illustration // Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Shannon Keller, a nostalgic childhood, the wolfpack and vintage lace.

Tyler Stout's Zombie Universe.

Illustration // Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Punchy illustrative and design works by the talented Tyler Stout.


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