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Illustration // Monday, May 23, 2011
Comic book artist and illustrator Luke Pearson lives and works in the UK and has his hands full of literary printed work, published comics and well balanced comic strips.

Gianluigi Rivas and Magnetism

Illustration // Monday, May 23, 2011
Prolifically versed illustrator and designer, Gianluigi Rivas gives Italy an even better name with his cosmically intricate, metaphysically tangible and alien charged illustrations and hallucinations.

Eat My Shorts Man

Illustration // Monday, May 23, 2011
Humorously witty illustrator, designer and Simpson's font creator, Fabian Gonzales.

Wit, Sarcasm and Michael Byers

Illustration // Sunday, May 22, 2011
Michael Byers is an Illustrator living in beautiful Canada and ever since he was a small boy, Michael doodled all over every note pad he could find lying around his Grandmother's house. Growing up in southern Ontario in a smaller city had a great influence on his work which has developed into loose, spontaneous imagery full of wit and sarcasm.

A Day in Time- the illustrations of Carole Wilmet

Illustration // Friday, May 20, 2011
Belgian illustrator and graphic designer, Carole WIlmet, is based in Liege and Luxembourg and spends most of her time engulfed in the world of fashion illustration. Inspired by the everyday life, people around me, nature, the fashion industry, old photographs, her adoration for fashion, type and contemporary language is consistently apparent.

Old Plot New Twist

Illustration // Friday, May 20, 2011
The incredibly focused studies of Toronto based illustrator, Winnie Truong.

Donnie Karma's Raw Doses

Illustration // Friday, May 20, 2011
Pass the Graphite please.  Thank you Donnie Karma.

Black Mass Rainbow Holiday

Illustration // Thursday, May 19, 2011
If the rainbow sword doth sacrifice on the day of Rapture following the Seventh Black Mass eve, does the creeping wizard not bleed?? Ask Patrick Kyle.

Cheerless and Melancholic- Bayo's Illustrated Kingdom

Illustration // Thursday, May 19, 2011
"Bayo's work depicts cheerless and melancholic worlds, where the main character is the psyque, as an epicenter of implosion and confrontation among the diverse layers of the subconscious level. Sometimes euphoric, sometimes epic, sometimes psychotic, his draw denotes such a trajectory where we are constantly infected with the deepest anxiety...'

Hope in Lonliness

Illustration // Thursday, May 19, 2011
'A lot of my work deals with the quiet moments in a story, between the excitement and action where characters deal with internal conflicts, doubt, loneliness, wonder, apprehension. My work often comes across as sad and melancholy, but there is always a sense of hope that I am trying to portray.'  Grahm Franciose - VIA Juxtapox Facebook page.


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