Comic Art Deco by Stefan Glerum

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
Born in 1983 in Amsterdam, Stefan Glerum spends most of his time illustrating 'odd-ball' characters. Inspired by European, 20th century movements such as Art Deco, Bauhaus, Italian Futurism and Russian Constructivism, Glerum studied the Academy St...

Elias Kofouros @ AlphaΔelta Gallery, Athens

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 22, 2013
Greek artist Elias Kafouros is opening a solo show entitled A Thesis on the Shelf at Alpha Δelta Gallery in Athens Greece on April 25th. A tangle of seemingly different stories unravel in his brilliant drawings. Each of the stories 'are being enveloped along intertwined paths' and 'despite the fact that the final image is articulated by classical forms, it acquires an intense psychedelic character.'

beams of color by Feral Child

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
Feral Child is an Oakland based artist who's work has been popping up around the streets for the past five years. Influenced by folk art, activism, geometry and nature, Feral Child's work represents a beautiful side of humanity. Unconsciously adding futurism and a sense of 1950's graphic design...

Origamis by Studio L'Etiquette

Erotica // Monday, April 22, 2013
Origami meets erotica in this gorgeous art series, where bodies fold and furrow in crisp, paper-like waves, revealing only hints of limbs and skin. The series was created by Studio L'Etiquette, a multi-disciplinary studio based out of Paris that specializes in photography, visual artworks, video production, and printmaking.

Heritage by Felipe Merida

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
Significantly influenced by Native American culture, western films and cowboys, Felipe Merida entwines them themes into his illustrations and graphic design. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Merida uses ink and watercolor to create contrast between his rough and weathered characters...  

Grotesque Characters by Anton Vill

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
At first glance Anton Vill's illustrations appear very classical with perfectly rendered people. Looking closer the individuals are bizarre creatures who seem to be once human, are now effects of a horrific event. Vill is known for his attention to detail...

Floating Forms by Leah Yerpe

Illustration // Saturday, April 20, 2013
Leah Yerpe is a Brooklyn, New York-based illustrator, capturing images of a dream-like state. Yerpe paints bodies in a variety of different twisting poses, floating or falling into emptyness. Recently previewing her work "Stellify" at The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge, Manhattan, New York, illustrating the human body in all it's forms has become Yerpe's signature style...  

Book Illustrations by the Balbusso Sisters

Illustration // Friday, April 19, 2013
Twin sister illustration team, Anna & Elena Balbusso, live and work in Milan, Italy. They are three time consecutive winners of the GOLD MEDAL in the book category of the Society of Illustrators NYC, and here you'll find one of their winning selections, a series of illustrations made for Margaret Atwood's 'The Handmaid's Tale'. The Balbussos' practice is steeped in art historical reference and painterly tradition, influences that are visibly apparent in their stunning works of art.

Revolved Forms by Crtomir Just

Illustration // Friday, April 19, 2013
'Revolved Forms' is the result of a 3D experiment with illuminated cloned shapes, a visual investigation using inorganic materials to recreate images of organic forms. Črtomir Just studied landscape architecture, and is currently working as a graphic designer and 3D artist. He is based in Murska Sobota, Slovenia.

Works by Kaan Bagci

Illustration // Friday, April 19, 2013
Illustrator Kaan Bagci investigates form, color, structure and deconstruction in this experimental set of personal illustrations. Bagci is based in Istanbul, Turkey.

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