Grotesque Anatomies by Seth Alverson

Illustration // Friday, February 28, 2014
Houston-based painter Seth Alverson creates hauntingly grotesque studies of the human anatomy that convey deep-seated anxieties of the body and the human condition. Fleshy misshapen body parts are fragmented and inflated in Alverson's explorations; even representations of the mundane and inanimate become disgustingly bodily...

James Kudo's Landscapes of the Mind

Illustration // Friday, February 28, 2014
James Kudo was born in Pereira Barreto, Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1967. In the early 90s a man-made lake built by the local power plant flooded parts of the city. Kudo's paintings are informed by memories of his hometown turned Nouveau Atlantis, intermingling with recollections of other regional changes and processes of urbanization. Free-floating fragments of houses, planes of color and abstracted natural elements convene in striking combinations in Kudo's re-imagined landscapes.

"Indefinable Shapes" by Rery

Illustration // Thursday, February 27, 2014
These smooth and subtle gifs illustrated by Rery Yiching (better known as Rery) leave us lost in thought much like the subject in these pieces. We highly reccomend getting lost in Rery's almost endless collection of animated gifs...

Cody Seekins' Jataka Tales

Illustration // Thursday, February 27, 2014
Words from artist Cody Seekins: "The Jātaka Tales are an interesting collection of allegories in how they recognize the subject's direction toward enlighten yet center on the narrative of the self as manifest identities and egos...

The Illustrations of Phil Guy

Illustration // Thursday, February 27, 2014
San Francisco illustrator Phil Guy is originally from a small town in Ohio. Phil's cheeky illustrations have made their way onto band t-shirts of metal gods, Mastodon. Phil says "I've traveled across the land in search...

video: Seb Gorey | An Artist Unmasked

Graffiti // Thursday, February 27, 2014
Born in Paris but now based in Brooklyn, Gorey is graffiti writer, illustrator and designer. This new video produced by Aimé Leon Dore documents the faceless artist as he talks about his everyday life, commuting, eating, and creating work.

Joe Sinness' Colored Pencil Still Lifes

Illustration // Thursday, February 27, 2014
Minneapolis based artist Joe Sinness' weapon of choice is the Prismacolor colored pencil of our youth. Joe creates his strange, vivid and almost shrine-like still lifes by first photographing his compositions before picking up a pencil...

An Update with Lola Dupré

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 27, 2014
Lola Dupré is a collage artist and illustrator currently working near Avignon in the south of France. From 2000 to 2011, she worked in Glasgow, Scotland, at the Chateau Studios and then from the Chalet Studios. With scissors, glue, and whole lot of patience, Dupré creates unique visual landscapes that are inspired, humorous, and aesthetically pleasing. Recent clients and collaborators include, Nike + Doubleday & Cartwright, New York Magazine, Flair Magazine Italia and Die Welt.

Bookplates by Dušan Polakovič

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 27, 2014
We are enjoying Bratislava-based artist Dušan Polakovič's series of Bookplates, titled Ex Libris (Latin for bookplate). A Bookplate is a small print or label pasted into a book, often on the inside front cover, to indicate its owner. The earliest known marks of ownership of books date to 1391-53 BCE in Egypt. 

Tea Wei's Animated Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, February 27, 2014
Although his persona is somewhat of a mystery, we know we love the work of artist and illustrator Tea Wei. Its difficult for me not to be completely enamored by illustrated, animated gif's- especially of the dissected kind. Nice work Tea... nice work. 

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