Leanna Perry's Neon World

Illustration // Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Leanna Perry is not afraid to use color. In fact, her pieces resemble everything we loved about the 90s. Remember Scratch Art paper? I think we found her inspiration. Leanna says she is inspired by "the sum of everything fun on the planet earth."

Lela Shields' Natural Works

Illustration // Wednesday, January 08, 2014
'Lela Shields strives to reveal the fragility of life, utilizing delicate line work and detailing in an ultra-fine balance between human, animal and spiritual realms. Shields crafts subtle narratives while simultaneously playing with chance, technique and pure imagination...'

The Art of Cody Schibi

Illustration // Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Cody Schibi is a freelance illustrator out of Austin, Texas. His detailed character drawings are witty and often have an unspoken story with a hint of fantasy. Cody is a self proclaimed lover of Haribo Gummi Bears.

Wood Sculptures & Illustrations by Merijn Hos

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 08, 2014
This isn't the first time we have shown both the personal and commercial works of Utrecht, the Netherlands-based artist Merijn Hos on the site before, but we came across a beautiful series of China ink drawings from 2009 and wanted to showcase them alongside other more colorful works. Some many styles, so much to look at.

Concept Art Legend Gustaf Tenggren

Illustration // Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Gustaf Tenggren was a Swedish-American illustrator whose concept art for The Walt Disney Company in the late 1930s was responsible for much of the legendary visual style that founded the company's sweeping impact in the world of animation. His work is influenced heavily by artist Arthur Rackham's fairytale imagery and the heavy use of silhouetted figures with caricatured faces. Take a look at some of these gorgeous illustrations used as references for scenes in Snow White, Pinocchio, Bambi and many of Grimm's Fairytales.

Geffen Refaeli's Daily Doodlegram

Illustration // Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Geffen Refaeli started Dailydoodlegram started as a fun experiment for himself to practice doodling every day, using Instagram photos as an inspiration bank. By interposing drawn elements from photos in his feed, Refaeli transforms the imagery from users' everyday lives into a visual cache to be mined. He calls it "a new and amazing way to reach out and communicate with new people around the world." Check the project out @Dailydoodlegram  

Priscilla Wong's Girls on Bikes

Illustration // Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Priscilla Wong is a bay area concept artist whose signature flowing, organic texture-filled designs have a natural inclination toward storybook narrative. Many of her illustrations feature characters on bikes, or interacting with bikes in lovely, light-flooded settings. "There's nothing I love more than girls on bikes," says Wong. Many commuters might agree--take a look at her homage to the simple but essential mode of transportation.

New Work from Sagaki Keita

Illustration // Tuesday, January 07, 2014
An illustration favorite, Sagaki Keita has recently updated his portfolio with a few new works featuring his maddeningly intricate doodle-infested renderings of huge and notable works of art and architecture. This is art that combines the high and low, the part and particle, contemporary and classic. Spend some time with these pieces, they're well worth a long look!

Jessica Jenkins Life Drawings

Illustration // Monday, January 06, 2014
Jessica Jenkins has a self proclaimed facination with creating harmony and unity through the discord of unexpected pairings. Her pencil drawings display human innards in a strangely beautiful and delicate way.

Works of John Coulthart

Illustration // Monday, January 06, 2014
John Coulthart created this series of illustrations on a Wacom Intuos drawing tablet. They were created for a fiction anthology entitled 'Lovecraft's Monsters'. He expressed the ability to create what he normally would with ink on paper at a much quicker pace with the tablet.


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