Analog Glitch Illustrations from Lulu Heal

Illustration // Monday, March 17, 2014
Manchester based illustrator Lulu Heal's works are reminiscent of analog glitch one would find in the long forgotten days of the fax machine. Lulu and five other recent illustration and animation graduates have formed a collective called Big Face...  

Work From Egene Koo

Illustration // Monday, March 17, 2014
Egene Koo is an illustrator based in Korea. Her beautifully illustrative oil paintings are a unique fusion of nature, fashion, and portraiture, depicting richly colored wildlife in the same space as over-sized high heels and well-dressed models with wide-eyed cat and rabbit faces, an unusual combination of elements that is both dreamy and unsettling.

Illustrations by Danny Sangra

Illustration // Friday, March 14, 2014
Multi-disciplinary artist Danny Sangra works in design, film, illustration and video/art direction. After studying graphic design at Central St Martins he went on to have solo exhibitions in London, Europe, Tokyo and New York...

Gettin' Weird with Ghosttthead

Illustration // Friday, March 14, 2014
Self-taught illustrator Ghosttthead mines the tropes of comic books, television, hip hop and myriad other popular cultures to create hilariously off-kilter drawings. Sometimes odd, sometimes macabre, and always funny, Ghosttthead's illustrations are rendered in a unique comic style heavy on fine linework. 

The Work of Ryan Andrews

Illustration // Friday, March 14, 2014
Ryan Andrews is an illustrator and comic book artist. After graduating high school, he moved to Southern California to find fame and fortune. Finding neither, he subsequently attended Watts Atelier of the Arts and Studio Second Street. He now lives in Fukuoka, Japan, where he tries his hardest to blend in.

Kim Alsbrooks: My White Trash Family

Illustration // Friday, March 14, 2014
'The White Trash Series was developed while living in the South out of frustration with some of the prevailing ideologies, in particular, class distinction.This ideology seems to be based on a combination of myth, biased history and a bizarre sentimentality about old wars and social structures. With the juxtaposition of the portraits from museums, once painted on ivory, now on flattened trash like beer cans and fast food containers, the artist sets out to even the playing field, challenging the perception of the social elite in today's society.'

Marco Zamora: "Always Expecting Something to Be There"

Illustration // Thursday, March 13, 2014
The Standard Hotel in Hollywood is known for their regular showcase of artists in their front lobby. This past installment entitled "Always Expecting Something to Be There" came from Los Angeles artist Marco...

Yrjö Edelmann's Wrapped Packages

Illustration // Thursday, March 13, 2014
Wrapping a gift for someone is an art in and of itself. Yrjö Edelmann has shown us all up by capturing the multi-dimensionality of something as simple as wrinkled paper. Yrjö says he aims to blur the line...

Emanuele Kabu: Its Called "Moon"

Illustration // Thursday, March 13, 2014
Emanuele Kabu is the illustrator, animator and the music producer of this two minute film. Emanuele has channeled his frustration in dealing with insomnia into the creation of something beautiful. A friend...

The Delicate Work of Daria Nova

Illustration // Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Daria Nova's digital fashion illustrations possess a soft painterly touch. Nova expertly pairs fine linework with large panels of solid color in her delicate, minimal compositions. She graduated from St. Petersburg's Stieglitz Academy.


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