The Works of Adam Batchelor

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 05, 2012
Born in Norfolk England, illustrator Adam Batchelor's work is influenced by issues of social injustice throughout the world, exploring of the breakdown and conflict between humanity and the natural world. His drawings are predominantly created using mechanical and colored pencils to produce intricate, evocative drawings with a subtle political punch.

The Photography of Louis Lander Deacon

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Louis Lander Deacon is an 19 year old photographer based in Hertfordshire. Louis is consistently pushing the boundaries through his work of what photography can offer. At 19 years old, he has already established a solid portfolio of both personal and client work...

Tattoo Works by Thomas Hooper

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 18, 2012
If you're a fan of incredibly intricate and precisely composed black and white tattoos, then prepare to be mesmerized by the work of NYC-based Thomas Hooper. Born in Hastings East Sussex, Hooper studied drawing at The London Institute of Art & Design, later relocating to New York to pursue his career as a tattooist and artist. His career continues to skyrocket at Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn where he is recognized for his unique style and impeccable technique.

The Information Leak by Richard Evans

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 16, 2012
"My aim was to visually represent the way information is accessed in today's society -through the internet and television- an endless torrent of media is accessible as easy as turning on a tap..."

New Envelople Portraits by Mark Powell

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
After having rotated through a hundred jobs or so, U.K. Based artist Mark Powell, enrolled in University courses by sheer accident. After viewing there studio facilities, he decided to do art full-time. Since then, he has been able to capture the world as he sees it everyday.

The Work of Stuart Pearson Wright

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 10, 2012
English painter, Stuart Pearson Wright, is a talented figurative painter. His style is highly meticulous and built around a strange visual imagination. There are obvious antecedents to his work which hark to Flemish artists in the British romantic tradition.

Self-Portraits by Anmagdan

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Yes those are a pencil shavings of various colors, and yes, that is a self-portrait by an artist under the moniker, Anmagdan. The artist has all sorts of tips on body art, and with someone who uses pencil shavings, wax, paint, crayons, and sculptures around her face, we take her word that she is nearing authority status.

The Art of Boneface

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 20, 2012
Everything that's right with the action-gore work of Boneface just might be the same things that make him perfectly wrong for any other creative endeavor. We love this work, and loved it so much that we featured it in the newest issue of Juxtapoz, our September 2012 issue. The titles of his humorously brutal illustrations, like 'Actionfu*kers' or 'Over My Dead Body' are so perfectly matched with the bloody, gruesome rendered narratives and comics he creates.

Narrative Illustrations by Patrick O’Leary

Illustration // Thursday, July 26, 2012
"I started out a few years ago after graduating from Loughborough University with a BA in Illustration and have since worked for the likes of Radio Times, Wired and Anorak. The work itself always tries to communicate in as concise a way as possible and often try to use visual metaphors or in jokes to convey a message."

Illustrated Adventures by Henry McCausland

Illustration // Monday, July 16, 2012
Who is Henry McCausland? He is a British illustrator and animator born in 1981 currently making some playful work with a vibrant palette and variety of textures. He uses marker, pen, and ink to create some fun and often mysterious situations for his characters.


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