Heather Hansen's Body Works

Illustration // Friday, February 07, 2014
Heather Hansen is a New Orleans-based artist who really puts herself into her work. In her project, "Emptied Gestures," she creates, massive works of charcoal, using her entire body as her rendering tools. Although her pieces are black and white, the nature of her art invites us to explore the gray areas that connect our minds and bodies.

Murat Turan's "Dream Passage"

Illustration // Friday, February 07, 2014
"We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep." This William Shakespeare quote is the one Turkish artist Murat Turan has paired with her work entitled "Dream...

1xRUN Presents: Pow Wow 2014 Featured Artists

Illustration // Friday, February 07, 2014
The team at 1xRUN is excited to announce a unique partnership with Pow Wow Hawaii, the world’s leading mural festival. This February 1xRUN will arrive in the Kaka’ako district of Honolulu starting on February 3rd. At 3pm EST we kick off a series of 40 + print releases by participating 2014 Pow Wow artists, wrapping up on February 18th. Check out thw whole collection of artists from all over the world.   

Chan Hwee Chong's Continuous Line

Illustration // Friday, February 07, 2014
Singapore artist Chan Hwee Chong is accomplished in many areas, but he is one of those individuals with a special ability that does not cease to amaze. To create this series, he uses just a...

The Comics of Kristyna Baczynski

Illustration // Thursday, February 06, 2014
UK based comic book artist and designer Kristyna Baczynski seems to have a never ending supply of hilarious characters to give life to on paper. Her short and sweet illustrated stories are...

The Brilliance of Kei Meguro

Illustration // Thursday, February 06, 2014
Illustrator and designer Kei Meguro knows what she's doing. 'For my ink drawings I use Sakura Micron pens, all different thicknesses- from 005 to 08. Other than that, I stick to graphite + black/white pencils and also drawing digitally on photoshop… First I sketch and get the basic details with pencil- i also build a base with graphite (mostly just shadows). Then I scan my work in and edit digitally:) I’m Japanese but live in New York right now.' she explains.

Sab Meynert's Surreal Pen Drawings

Illustration // Wednesday, February 05, 2014
Sab Meynert is a Toronto illustrator who's works look like they could have been created digitally, but really they are meticulously rendered pen/marker drawings. Her works incorporate surreal bonsai...

The Works of Patricia Ariel

Illustration // Wednesday, February 05, 2014
Patricia Ariel is inspired by the intertwined existence of human life with that of all other living organisms. In her work, she incorporates mandalas and bold colors which are symbolic for the...

The Digital Artwork of Maria Umievskaya

Illustration // Wednesday, February 05, 2014
Maria Umievskaya is a digital artist from Ukraine. Her subject matter is fantasy inspired and she even has some Game of Thrones fan art in her collection. Maria has a great eye for composition...

Moron Fathers Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, February 04, 2014
"Moron Fathers" (Masruron Nihayanto) is a specialist artist who works mainly on t-shirts, book covers and album art. This highly detailed line-driven style brings to mind a mixture of etching and tattoo-art. Populated with skulls, wings and scenes rife with myth and mystery, these illustrations seem to take inspiration from the annals of religious and cryptic imagery.  


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