Everything I Can See From Here

Illustration // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Directed by Sam Taylor and Bjorn Aschim for the London-based animation collective "The Line," this haunting and somber short animation possesses a narrative simplicity that is almost hypnotizing in its mysterious ambiance. The quality of the short's storytelling and visual artistry is all the more impressive considering that  "Everything I Can See From Here" was created with no budget over the course of two years during the filmmakers' evenings, weekends, and days off.

Terby Wonder's Offbeat Sex Appeal

Erotica // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Terby Wonder is a part time artist and apprenticing carpenter based in Vancouver, Canada. He practices his illustrative craft in his spare time, creating loosely rendered and free-spirited drawings of very flirty and sexy ladies. "I don't really have an artist statement," admits Wonder, "I just love to draw and create, it fills a part of me that would be otherwise empty if I did not have it in my life." 

Eric Pfeiffer's Comics Prowess

Illustration // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Born in 1987, Eric Pfeiffer is an illustrator and cartoonist currently based out of Richmond, VA. While attending VCU, Pfeiffer began freelancing for small publications as well as ESPN The Magazine. He also directed and published the local comic anthology "The RV Anthology" in 2010 and is the creator behind Kid Havoc, an industries mashup of comics and fashion that utilizes the unique storytelling abilities of both mediums.

New Work from Scott Campbell

Illustration // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
A maker of paintings, illustrations, comics, kid's books, and video games, NYC-based Scott Campbell studied illustration at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, focusing on comic and children's book illustration. In addition to working as a kid's video game concept artist at Lucas Learning and art directing video games with Double Fine Productions, he has also published numerous comics and has appeared in galleries and publications around the world.

Illustrator Cam Floyd

Illustration // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Cam Floyd is a freelance illustrator and gallery artist who works mostly in editorial and publishing. Floyd graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in Illustration and he currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. Some of his regular clients include such publications as The New York Times, Portland Mercury, Plansponsor, and Disney Hyperion.

New Hybrid Bird illustrations by Liqen

Street Art // Monday, April 15, 2013
What does a watermelon mixed with a toucan looks like? How about a bird with a telephone for a body? This new series of highly imaginative illustrations by Spanish artist, Liqen are dedicated to birds and were drawn while in Ecuador. The difference with these particular feathered and winged creatures is Liqen has drawn their bodies mixed with fruits, manmade objects, and various other geometric shapes. These illustrations will be published in a book this summer and we will have more information about that in the future.

Graphite Realism by Ileana Hunter

Illustration // Monday, April 15, 2013
Graphite artist Ileana Hunter is inspired by the human body and the hidden lyricism of mundane objects. The intricate detail and well balanced use of white space gives Hunter's work a minimalistic composition..  

The Freakish, Hairy Paintings of Erik Sandberg

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 15, 2013
Los Angeles-based artist Erik Sandberg paints colorful, freakish, hairy people. We are thoroughly enjoying them. Erik received his BFA from Art Center College of Design and has since taught there, OTIS College of Art and Design, and CSU Northridge.

Lines by Nicolas Jolly

Illustration // Monday, April 15, 2013
French illustrator Nicolas Jolly creates atmosphere with his line work and adventurous scenes. Flowing movement twirls across Jolly's artwork as the lines form mountains, waves, stairways and clouds. Within all the busy lines there is a sense of calm revealed with dark figures...

Cute Adventures by Jen Lee

Illustration // Monday, April 15, 2013
Jen Lee is a talented animator and illustrator who likes to keep things simple, she creates a cute and playful world with her comic book, Thunderpaw. The comic is illustrated and animates using only 100% Photoshop...   

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