Scott Brundage's World

Illustration // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Scott Brundage has an incredibly talent for the watercolor medium, creating illustrations with so much character it's hard not to smile looking at them. Creating scenes of outrageous premise with oustanding execution, Brundage is a preeminent illustrator. His handling of animals in precarious, absurd situations is particularly impressive, and we love the texture and color with which he generates these expressive scenes.   

Niv Bavarsky Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Niv Bavarsky is an excellent illustrator based in the Bay Area. Niv--prounounced "Neeeev"-- has a distinctly pragmatic style, contrasting confident linework with simple color schemes to generate his editorial illustrations. His artworks often capture one specific color, exploring the vagaries of that hue by isolating it in a singular piece. Bavarsky has worked for the New York Times, the SF Chronicle, ESPN, Vapor Records and more. He graduated from MICA in Baltimore, MD in 2010.  

DoserOne's View of the Future

Illustration // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
DoserOne's artwork is clean, sleek and futuristic. Preoccupied with images of robotic women, wanderers and tigers, these illustrations explore a particularly progressive, mysterious world of machine-human-interaction. Everything is beautifully-defined and confident with color and bold composition, a visionary look at the future world.  

The Outlaw Fictions of Sean Lewis

Illustration // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
A consummate visual storyteller and a thoughtful artist, Sean Lewis' poignant, earthy illustrations evoke a profound sense of empathy for the killers and outlaws they depict, uniquely subtle in their composition yet profoundly moving in their raw emotional power. In this exclusive interview for the Juxtapoz Illustration blog, Toronto-based illustrator Sean Lewis discusses his creative process, his affinity for cutthroats and racketeers, and his sincere concern for sustainable living.

Scott Bakal Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Since 1993 when he graduated from the School of Visual Arts in NYC, Scott Bakal has been creating art for print and exhibition. His work is beautifully comprehensive, communicative and creative. He received a Masters of Art from Syracuse University and also received an MFA from the Illustration program at the University of Hartford. Some of his clients have included the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Vancouver Opera, Discover Magazine, The New Republic and Penthouse Magazine. Bakal is also on the Board of Directors at the Society of Illustrators in New York City.    

Hiroshi Tanabe's Modern Chic

Illustration // Monday, June 03, 2013
Born in Kanagawa, Japan, Hiroshi Tanabe graduated from Tama Art College with a degree in Graphic Design. In 1990 he studied at the Accademia Di Brella in Milan where he focused on fine art and sculpture, eventually also discovering illustration. Tanabe's distinct and vibrant images mirror the graphic line work of traditional Japanese woodcuts, and they have steadily evolved into more refined and layered drawings throughout his career. Though constantly changing, his fashion illustrations skillfully blend old-world elegance with sleek, modern style .

Men's Fashion by Richard Kilroy

Illustration // Monday, June 03, 2013
Liverpool-born artist Richard Kilroy's fashion illustrations are recognized the world over for their photo realist aspects and dynamic pencil lines, combining specific garment detailing with portraits of respected editorial models in restrained, abstracted spaces. Kilroy's client list includes Vman, Topshop, Onitsuka Tiger, and Dior, and he is the creator of Decoy, a publication for "discussion and exposure on illustration within the fashion industry." Most recently, in April 2013, a selection of his works became a part of the Victoria and Albert Museum's permanent collection of fashion drawings.

Tobie Giddio's Conceptual Forms

Illustration // Monday, June 03, 2013
Tobie Giddio was born in New Jersey in 1963 and later attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York to study fashion illustration. Soon after graduation she began creating weekly advertisements in the New York Times for Bergdorf Goodman, where she began to apply a modern eye and an avant-garde sensibility to the tried and true art of fashion illustration, revealing a natural inclination towards deconstruction and abstraction. Giddio's impressive client list includes Alexander McQueen, Swarvoski, Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Apple, and Vogue. 

Haute Couture with David Downton

Illustration // Monday, June 03, 2013
Born in Kent in 1959, UK artist David Downton worked as a freelance illustrator for 12 years before he found his true calling as a world-renowned fashion illustrator. After being commissioned by the Financial Times to draw at a couture show in 1996, his career quickly escalated, attracting such prestigious clients as Tiffany & Co., Harrods, Dior, L'Oreal, and Harper's Bazaar, among others. In 2007, Downton launched Pourquoi Pas?, the first ever journal of fashion illustration, and he is currently a visiting professor at the London College of Fashion.

"Vanitas" by Fernando Vicente

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 03, 2013
This isn't the first time we have shown the anatomy/fashion illustrations from Spanish artist Fernando Vicente before, but this is the first time we gave a look at his series "Vanitas." The series was shown at Galerie Sen in 2007-08.

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