Almost Always

Illustration // Sunday, May 29, 2011
Last night in San Francisco at Double Punch Gallery, Nas Chompas showed as part of the 'Almost Always' group show Ryan De La Hoz put together. Nice work guys.

Abstracting the Moment

Illustration // Monday, May 30, 2011
Michael Marsicano is an illustrator and enthusiastic purveyor of embellished realities.

This is what your face

Illustration // Monday, May 30, 2011
Michael DeForge 'KingTrash' lives in Toronto and was born in 1987. His ongoing comic book series Lose is published by Koyama Press and won the 2010 Doug Wright Award in the category of "Best Emerging Talent." His abstracted, face melting, seemingly acid induced illustration style is something that I simply cannot resist. Thanks Michael. Lets Party.

The end of civilization

Illustration // Friday, May 27, 2011
Illustrator John Paul Thurlow is 'One more hipster contributing to the end of western civilization' and extremly talented artist that is attempting to recreate cover art for every great magazine and record that he owns. And with each Cover, he takes a perfect mass-produced object and turns it into 'an effed up one-off, full of his houghts and feelings'

Mythical Landscapes and Kirra Jamison

Illustration // Saturday, May 28, 2011
'Australian illustrator Kirra Jamison’s usual decorative work, exuding mythical creatures and magical landscapes, has taken a turn to intricate psychedelic illustrations. While some pieces are minimal, there’s no shortage of meticulous detail in her latest series, Surrender Star'

Sam Vanallemeersch

Illustration // Friday, May 27, 2011
With a name like Sam Vanallemeersch and a sporatic, sketching style that is something like a cross between a hurricane, a box of Prizmacolors and and long nights with all the right ingredients- something is making some serious sense here, and its goooood.

Cyan, Magenta, Profanity

Illustration // Thursday, May 26, 2011
Cezar Berger, or Berje, is a young thrash metal enthusiast whos illustrations are frighteningly similar to science experiments gone Swamp Thing.  Lust afer this guy for awhile.  I'm kind of freaking out a little inside.

Nothing Gonna Stop Us Now

Illustration // Thursday, May 26, 2011
Brecht Vandenbroucke is a Belgian based artist and illustrator with obscurely humorous narrative work that is bright, bold and torturous at times. Incredibly captivating with its vibrant colors and images, Brecht creates work that is engaging, risky and often hilariously embarrassing encouraging us to live a little, loosen up, its gonna be alright...

Carrying Weight in Sego's Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, May 26, 2011
Illustrator and muralist, Sego, who's elaborate depictions of elements in out natural environment, creatures and insects that have somehow evolved into their own encompassing platforms of creation, can be seen enormously reproduced, on apparel and throughout the walls and streets of Mexico.

Coming in Hot- the Illustration of Chris Kim

Illustration // Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Conflict, sweat and robbery mixed together with the insane intricacy in the carachters and settings of his illustrations, Chris Kim is bringing heat out of Toronto, Canada.


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