Cartoon Network's Animated Exquisite Corpse

Illustration // Thursday, June 13, 2013
Cartoon Network recently put together a crew of animators from around the world to create their new summer ident in the form of an animated exquisite corpse. Each team/animator was given 10 seconds of music, 4 colours and tons of Cartoon Network characters to work with. At the end of the project, in true exquisite corpse fashion, each piece was stiched together. This is the result!  

Michael Yaikel's Psychedelic Geometries

Illustration // Thursday, June 13, 2013
Chilean artist Michael Yaikel creates vibrant psychedelic vignettes where shrouded mystics navigate polygonal landscapes of creeping vines and cloud grazing desert flowers. Seemingly a- and all-historical, at once futuristic and prehistoric, Yaikel's complex geometrically patterned paintings span time and space. Yaikel's works are found on gallery and city walls alike.

More Work From Mu Pan

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 13, 2013
We have featured the work of Brooklyn-based fine artist and SVA grad, Mu Pan before. For good reason, it's such good stuff! This morning we thought we would take a look at some more recent work along with some older pieces and sketchbooks! 

Verbals Picks

Illustration // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Verbals Picks is a UK based creative that does illustration and graphic design for artists and labels providing services in logo design, artwork, packaging, music videos, flyers and posters. He has an affinity for shapes and abstracted portraits which we love. 

Illustrations by Matthew Craven

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Matthew Craven is an illustrator, who was previously known as a freelance circus entertainer. With a taste for shape, color, and pattern, Matthew has created thise giant, 6x4ft ink on paper pieces covered in 'totemistic marks.'

2 new pen drawings from Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
With very similar styles, it’s difficult to tell the two members of Interesni Kazki, Aec and WaOne apart. Both are highly talented whether painting massive murals or small ink drawings, with an obvious talent for the surreal. These two recent drawings, "Music Of The Night" by Aec and "Interesting fairy tale" by WaOne exemplifies the creative imaginations they possess.

Prints by Jing Wei

Illustration // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Jing Wei is a Chinese-born illustrator and printmaker whose work is deeply pragmatic and imaginative at the same time. Her art and illustration is heavily influenced by her printmaking background, laying influence on shape, color and texture to express each scene or story. She lives in Brookly, NY and works out of a studio in Greenpoint. Clients include The Believer, Bloomberg, Etsy, Giant Robot, The New York Times, Momofuku, McSweeney's and The New Yorker. 

Sachin Teng Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Sachin Teng's work is lovely and intelligent; he designs creatures and characters and then dissects them, cutting into the textured tissue of his imaginations to reveal what's beneath. Teng is an illustrator who lives and works in Los Angeles. Originally from New York, Teng attended Pratt and received a BFA in Communication Design with a focus in illustration. Teng believes that "art is less a craft than it is in language. Sometimes things get lost in translation, so I spend most of my time finding the artifacts people have left behind." 

Pop Profiles & Pink Skins by Maria Herreros

Erotica // Monday, June 10, 2013
Spanish Illustrator Maria Herreros likes to keep things simple and intuitive, favoring the immediacy of sketching on the go and the ease of materials she can slip from her purse. She devotes as much time to the drawing process as she does to disseminating and advertising her work,  which is unsurprising considering the warm reception she's received and the wide audience she's attracted. Herreros' fun, pop-culture infused illustrations are inspired by classic movies and the work of various American photographers such as William Eggleston.

Sleek Silhouettes by Kareem Iliya

Illustration // Monday, June 10, 2013
Born in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1967, Kareem Iliya graduated from the New York Institute of Fashion Technology in 1990, beginning his fashion career by working with Giorgio Armani and freelancing as a fashion illustrator. He uses watercolor and ink on paper to create his hauntingly graceful and modestly detailed images,which have appeared in Mademoiselle, The New Yorker, Vogue, and Harper's Bazaar, as well as in books, advertising campaigns, and exhibitions. In addition to his work as an illustrator, Iliya is also a well-respected menswear designer.

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