Johnny Duncan is Jenkins2d

Illustration // Friday, May 16, 2014
The work of local Texas artist Johnny Duncan, professionally known as Jenkins2d, could be described as vivid, iconic, deceptively simple. Inspired by street art, video games, and comic books, his work marries the attention-grabbing audacity of graffiti with nostalgic, classic cartoon imagery, inviting us into his world of sorbet-colored grotesqueries and fantastic visuals.

Update: Illustrations by Justin Hager

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 16, 2014
San Francisco based illustrator Justin Hager bases his artwork on 90's pop culture icons such as, Ren & Stimpy, 2 Pac and Missy Elliot. Justin's wordplays and mashups of the icons create a humorous and playful aspect to his art.

Works from Poster Illustrator John Vogl

Illustration // Thursday, May 15, 2014
Denver illustrator John Vogl works out of what he says is a very small studio called the Bungaloo designing limited edition concert posters which he screen prints by hand. John says his design, illustration, and art direction services are available, and wildly appropriate, for most any project you can come up with. 

Black and Grey Illustrations from Matt Duffin

Illustration // Thursday, May 15, 2014
Matt Duffin was born in 1968 and grew up in Houston, Texas. He received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Houston. He never practiced as an architect, choosing instead to become an artist...

Adam Lister's 8-Bit Star Wars Series

Illustration // Thursday, May 15, 2014
New York artist Adam Lister creates 8-Bit inspired watercolor paintings based on other famous artworks, movie characters, games etc. In this series, Adam illustrates the many characters of the well known and loved Star Wars movies...

Prismacolor Portraits from Darren and Donovan Downing

Illustration // Thursday, May 15, 2014
Born in 1989 in Fontana California, young artist Darren Jay Downing has been creating since he can remember. Darren expresses gratitude for his supportive parents during his youth when his inspiration came from cartoons, Lego's and skateboarding...

The Trip

Illustration // Thursday, May 15, 2014
The adorably psychedelic little animation entitled 'The Trip', cautions that no matter how exciting it may look, please don't drive under influence of psychedelic substances. Music: 'Cheiro Verde' is the name of the song and the Kombi illustration is based on the original Jesus Cardenas art work. Enjoy!

Slow Motion Tattoos

Illustration // Wednesday, May 14, 2014
An incredible look at the process of applying ink to skin, slowed waaaay down. Ah, the beauty of slow motion. Great video of a tattoo getting done by GueT out in Paris on Fabrice, a gentleman from Switzerland. Who wants tattoos?! 

Andrew Archer is The One

Illustration // Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Andrew Archer is a New Zealand born illustrator, currently living in Melbourne, Australia. 'I originally studied graphic design and worked in the industry for a few years only to realize 80 percent of my "design" was actually illustration....'

Kotaro Chiba's Ghostly Scenes

Illustration // Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Kotaro Chiba is an illustrator living in Niigata, Japan. These works are reminiscent of a particular manga-influenced style, yet their power as illustrations and dynamic fine art pieces is undeniable. Chiba utilizes lineart to create bold images with a dystopic feel, generating a sense of ghostly loneliness.

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