Raul Urias' Surreal Mexico

Illustration // Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Raul Urias makes these crazy colorful, dynamic illustrations with digital media, maintaining a hispanic visual flavor. Based in Chihuaha, Mexico, Urias' work reflects his city through a surreal, vibrant lens.

Paolo Čerić's Single Stroke

Illustration // Monday, October 07, 2013
Digital artist Paolo Čeric creates some mezmerizing digital illustration work with his single stroke technique- using one line from start to finish in varying widths. He also continues to crank out some of the most elegant and bizarre gifs imaginable...

The Works of Jeremy Enecio

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 07, 2013
Born in Ormoc City, Philippines, Jeremy Enecio moved to the United States at the age of four. In 2008, he received his BFA in illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. He currently resides in New York City as a freelance illustrator. Eerie and atmospheric, Enecio's digital works are characterized by his painterly touch and an aptitude for storytelling.

Ice Cream, Bubblegum, Tattooed Daydream

Illustration // Saturday, October 05, 2013
James Murphy likes art.  He also has a deep rooted appreciation for boobs, tattoos, and drippy, oozy candy coated cartoon-like daydreams, all bouncing, playing, barfing, skipping, smiling and holding hands in unison all the way to the other side of the strawberry scented rainbow.  The sun must be shining extra scratch and sniff on those nude, pistachio pin-ups over there in the UK these days.

Human Hydra

Illustration // Friday, October 04, 2013
Human Hydra is the home for the work of M. de Vena. Orphaned at birth and thus adopted by chance by world renown Parisian acrobat artist Noelle de la Fontaine. Madame de la Fontaine enrolled the, then youthful  M. into the Belgian Assassination Society. A sect so covert and mysterious it must garner no further mentioning. Upon discovering spaghetti westerns in Italian film houses, he had found his fate...

Carole Wilmet's Portraits

Illustration // Friday, October 04, 2013
'I'm inspired by the everyday life and everyday people. In a society where fame is so appealing, I'm more interested in normal people, doing normal little things that we all do everyday. In my work, I try to catch a part of the 21th century life in our usual habits, adding to them a touch of colorful inks.' Carole Wilmet  

Video: Slow Culture Gallery's 'Ghost Noir' Teaser

Illustration // Friday, October 04, 2013
Tonight in Los Angeles, CA, Johnny Vampotna presents his latest body of work in a show entitled 'Ghost Noir. It is a tribute to an encounter with a apparition the artist experienced inside the infamously haunted Los Angeles Ambassador Hotel. The incident has since inspired themes of the metaphysical both as a personal hobby and muse for his artwork...

Pencil and Mixed Media Artist Libby Watkins

Illustration // Thursday, October 03, 2013
“Libby Watkins, originally from the UK, is a Fine Artist and Illustrator currently based in Nancy, France. Watkins specializes mainly in tonal pencil drawings and experimenting with mixed media... Her works range from incredibly detailed and familiar celebrity portraits to nature scenes and animal influenced-work.  

Cartoonist Alex Schubert

Illustration // Thursday, October 03, 2013
Alex Schubert, from Kansas City, starting drawing very funny and original comics about 4 years ago. In 2011, he drew a comic book called Blobby Boys and following that, he started drawing comics for Nick Gazin at VICE. Inspired by cartoonists John Porcellinoand Sammy Harkhamalong with being a big fan of VICE’s comic section...

New Work From Patrick Kyle

Illustration // Thursday, October 03, 2013
Patrick Kyle lives in Toronto, Canada and has worked for The New York Times, Esquire, The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, THIS Magazine, Transworld Skateboarding Magazine, VICE Magazine and others. He is co-founder and editor of Wowee Zonk, a contemporary comic book anthology featuring upcoming narrative artists from Toronto. The 4th issue was released in 2012 by Koyama Press.