Get Lost With Jamie Cullen

Illustration // Thursday, October 17, 2013
Jamie Cullen is a Brighton-based illustrator who cites Pop Art and M.C. Escher's impossible constructions among his many influences. His bright, intricate drawings often involve layers of details from which hidden elements emerge. Jamie has produced work for the campaigns of high-profile clients including Nike, Coca-Cola, Virgin Mobile, Volkswagen and Reebok...

In All His Geometric Glory: Antti Uotila

Illustration // Thursday, October 17, 2013
The geometric, futuristic illustrations of Finnish-artist Antti Uotila continue to lead our eyes into the vibrant, patterned landscapes and psychedelic figures that he creates based on his illustration and graphic design background...

Illustrations by Sarah Esteje

Illustration // Wednesday, October 16, 2013
A lot of credit is given to those artists that can bring out the beauty of working with a writing tool that is better known for writing on legal pads and correcting mid-term papers. That’s why the animal Bic Pen portraits that Sarah Esteie creates are so amazing to gaze at...

Jack Hughes' Fine Taste

Illustration // Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Jack Hughes is an illustrator based in London. He studied illustration and animation at Kingston University, and upon graduating in 2011 has since been freelancing full-time. Jack recently provided all accompanying illustrations for The Gentleman’s Guide to Cocktails, which gave him a great opportunity to explore his love of mid-century design, fashion and cocktails...

The Work of Oriana Fenwick

Illustration // Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Oriana Fenwick is a student of Illustration at the Hochschule für Gestalltung in Offenbach, Germany. 'I have been living and working in Frankfurt since 2000 after having grown up in Harare, Zimbabwe. My work is and always has been greatly influenced by my fascination of the human form (ask my parents, who were unfortunate enough to have a daughter who insisted on practising her drawing skills on every available surface)...

Incredible Photorealism by Franco Clun

Illustration // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Franco Clun has been producing incredible photorealistic drawings for half a century, and the impact of his dedicated practice shows in the work. "I always had overwhelming passions," Clun says, "and drawing is one of them. These outrageous examples of photorealism infuse reality with unbelievable sensitivity and flow.  

Erin Dobbins Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Erin Dobbins is a fine arts painter and freelance illustrator whose specialty is watercolor renderings. She has a lovely sense of color and composition, depicting objects and scenes out of daily life with sensitivity. "It is my desire that through my images we would have an opportunity to breathe and recollect why we are here, what we were made for and who we are," she says. 

Ink Flowers by Paul Alexander Thornton

Illustration // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Hand drawn flowers by UK-based artist, illustrator, and surface pattern designer Paul Alexander Thornton pop off the page with miraculous detail. The artist says he has “a love affair with ballpoint pens and felt-tips.” Ever since he was a child, Thornton has been drawing and so, from an early age, he always knew that he would grow up to be an artist.  

The Surreal World of Ugo Gattoni

Illustration // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Ugo Gattoni is a 24 year-old creative director and illustrator based Paris. He studied Graphic Design at the EPSAA in Paris and is now a full time illustrator and artist. His first major exhibition included one enormous wall-sized drawing, 33 feet long and 6 feet high, rendered entirely in a black fine-liner pen. Ugo has since gained a reputation for his detailed surreal black and white cityscape drawings.

Illustrations by Carine Bancowitz

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
French artist Carine Brancowitz immortalizes her daily life on paper, creating a series of works 'combining the purity and passion of adolescent anxiety, an obsessive attention to detail, the uncluttered elegance of lines,' and the severity of the compositions.

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