Woodcuts by Mitch Frey

Illustration // Friday, April 25, 2014
'As a kid, Mitch Frey drew cars, goofy faces and trees... lots of trees. As a teenager, he moved on to unsolicited portraits of his teachers. After losing his camera on a Central America study tour, Mitch found himself sketching campesinos and wood fire stoves. Over the next decade, Mitch studied social anthropology and facilitated experiential education in Cuernavaca, Mexico...'  

"Jump and Run" by Atelier Olschinsky

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 25, 2014
We are yet again enjoying new work from Vienna, Austria-based creative studio Atelier Olschinsky. Their newest series of illustrations, "Jump and Run" is just one of many illustration, graphic design, typography, and photography projects that the team (Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss) have been cranking out.

"Big Mother," a New Book by Raymond Lemstra

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 25, 2014
Dutch artist and illustrator Raymond Lemstra, who we interviewed back in December, has recently come out with a new book published by Nobrow. Inspired by primitive art, Raymond Lemstra focuses on using the most basic components of drawing to evoke a visceral human response. The world Lemstra continues to build with every drawing is both subdued and wonderfully rich, full of mystery and totemic power...

Paul Blow is Seeing Red

Illustration // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Paul Blow was born in Scotland in 1969 and grew up in Dorset, England. In 1992, he graduated from Maidstone College of Art and went on to earn his Masters in Narrative Illustration at the University of Brighton...

Paul Blow is Seeing Red

Illustration // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Paul Blow was born in Scotland in 1969 and grew up in Dorset, England. In 1992, he graduated from Maidstone College of Art and went on to earn his Masters in Narrative Illustration at the University of Brighton...

Orit Bergman's Exploration in Sickness and Health

Illustration // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Born in Jerusalem, Orit Bergman illustrates children's books and regularly contributes to newspapers, magazines, etc. This series is an exploration in sickness and health. Today Orit is a...

Pencil Illustrations from Ana Albero

Illustration // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Global artist Ana Albero has lived in Spain, Berlin and Paris throughout her education. Today she lives and works as a freelance illustrator in Berlin. Ana's clean pencil illustrations are often all encompassing...

Vincent Mahé: Neighbors

Illustration // Thursday, April 24, 2014
"Vincent Mahé drew these charming, yet slightly voyeuristic views of people seen through their windows for his series 'Neighbors.' The drawings are done in black ink and gouache, and have a...

Madeline Von Foerster's Earthly Concerns

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Madeline von Foerster has been described by premier American biologist Edward O. Wilson as an artist "who brings new imagery and a novel approach to conservation," playing an important role in the artistic community's ability to promote environmental consciousness and engage the public in a vital dialogue concerning humanity's place in and impact on nature. Although her paintings are stylistically linked to the techniques and content of the Flemish Renaissance masters, her work is nonetheless intensely relevant to the modern world, depicting issues of deforestation, endangered species, and war.

Daniela Carvalho Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Daniela Carvalho is a Peruvian illustrator living in Spain. Her pencil drawings serve as exercises in subtraction and abstraction, honing in on specific anatomical features and leaving the viewer's mind to fill in the blanks. The body parts she does choose to render are meticulous, viscerally and photorealistically detailed. Carvalho also works in painting, photography and collage.

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