New Stuff from Huskmitnavn

Graffiti // Thursday, February 20, 2014
Creating playful looking characters and bubbly letters, Copenhagen’s own Huskmitnavn creates work that is easily digestible and safe to put on your children’s room walls. He’s been making stuff and probably making people smile.

Chrysa Koukoura's Detailing

Illustration // Thursday, February 20, 2014
With a slight hesitancy in working with color, Chrysa Koukoura uses fine pen on paper with meticulous detail, her aim being to draw the viewer in for a closer look. She loves the simplicity and the restrictiveness of working in black and white, as it requires her to bring something extra out of an image that wouldn’t usually be there had a color been involved. Koukoura has been drawn into nature as a starting point for her drawings.

Hansje van Halem

Illustration // Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Hansje van Halem graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in 2003 and has worked as an independent graphic designer since. She has great love for typography, book design and all other types of printed matter- as shown in these insanley intricate renderings.

The Intricacy of Huebucket

Illustration // Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Huebucket is a BKK based designer, otherwise known as Chalermphol H- with a gorgeous level of intricacy in line work, movement and solid, vibrant color palettes.

Jonathan Burton Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Jonathan Burton has been illustrating since 1999 after he graduated with an MA from Kingston University in London. His work has appeared on covers and in the pages of Time, The New York Times, New Scientist, The Times, Plansponsor, The Wall Street Journal and many more. He has also received several awards from the Association of Illustrators in London. Burton's work draws from the vintage imagery of advertisements and French newspapers, yet he imbues all his work with a fresh narrative point of view. Burton lives with his family in Bordeaux, France.

Aline Zalko's "Homo Bulla Triptych"

Illustration // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Aline Zalko's "Homo Bulla Triptych" was part of a solo show at Galerie Derouillon in Paris, France this year. The drawings are executed in colored pencils and pastel on paper, and they feature a series of brilliantly rendered vibrant images that throw everyday scenes into sharp relief as if under the refracted light of crystals. Zalko lives and works in France.

Boris Pelcer's Red Woods

Illustration // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Boris Pelcer is a Bosnian-born artist & designer based out of Milwaukee, WI, USA. He is driven by a desire to constantly experiment, which keeps him engaged in both his personal project & commercial work. His work explores various creative fields: art direction, branding, graphic design, typography, lettering, illustration, drawing & painting.  

Preview: Lauren YS Solo Show @ Public, SF

Illustration // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Public is pleased to present Lauren YS' first solo show in San Francisco. Featuring a body of work united by persistent psychedelic characters and a vibrant signature palette, Lauren's work draws on the long-developed visual lexicon of her own surreality--a drippy world full of hidden monsters and built by matrices of lush linework.

Ashley Mackenzie's Illustrated Concepts

Illustration // Monday, February 17, 2014
Toronto based artist and illustrator Ashley Mackenzie studied online with The Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Ashley says she "loves the challenge of creating complex conceptual illustrations and finding new ways to navigate...

Oil Works from Angela Fraleigh

Illustration // Monday, February 17, 2014
Words from Angela Fraleigh: "Questioning social constructs of beauty, class, gender and role play I am interested in the complications of desire, what power people have available to them and how they use that power. These images serve as...


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