The Works of Michael DeNicola

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 25, 2013
Michael DeNicola is an artist born and raised in NYC. Michael has been involved with the Centre-fuge Public Art Project, and has shown his work in art galleries in New York and LA. His portfolio contains a wide array of inked work, including a study of animals and humans, merged together and some zombie, yearbook style portraits. Get Black.

Michael Denicola's Ink Lungs

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Michael DeNicola is an artist born and raised in NYC. Michael has been involved with the Centre-fuge Public Art Project, and has shown his work in art galleries in New York and LA. His portfolio contains a wide array of inked work, including a study of animals and humans, merged together and some zombie, yearbook style portraits. Get Black.

Marija Tiurina's Egg Soldier

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Mayke its a UK thing, but I'm not quite sure I know what an 'egg soldier' is. I do know that I'm loving this variation of Marija Tiurina's egg soldier and her process of illustrating it. On finding inspiration, she states, "Usually there are everyday situations that can make me think and analyse, come up with ideas. Anything can be inspiring, from a cute or touching thing spotted on a street, or from a  new was of mixing two colours together."

The Work of Menze Kwint

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Awesome reader submission today from a certain Menze Kwint, a talented artist and illustrator out in the Netherlands. Drawn with Indian ink pens initially and colored digitally, Menze has developed a refined, signature illustration style that we felt deserved recognition! Great work Menze, enjoy!  

Stephanie Rostron's Nature Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Focusing on printed textile design at Reeds College of Art, artist and illustrator Stephanie Rostron's work has a definite tendency to the animal kingdom. Her intricate illustrations are meant to transfer beautifully to printed textiles and her simple, subtle use of color is a perfect match for this. Beautiful renderings from our natural environment.

The Work of Troels Carlsen

Illustration // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Danish artist Troels Carlsen is inspired by the human condition and his work often revolves around our historical and biological heritage. Through a wide range of media, collage and illustration, he explores our relation to the animal world with, often times through scientific anatomical illustrations.  His multi-level pieces combine elements of landscape, science and portraiture, and are arranged an a near poetic way.

The Illustrations of Goñi Montes

Illustration // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The entity that is Goñi Montes was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, where he received a BA from the UPR at Mayagüez, and an MFA from SCAD Atlanta. He began working as a scientific illustrator for the Puerto Rico Sea Grant and today is mostly do editorial illustrations with some fantasy here and there. He lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Jen who’s also an illustrator for Archer.

Chok Bun Lam Wants to Zombify You

Illustration // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The talented artist and illustrator Chok Bun Lam is looking to draw more zombies and is currently on the hunt for victims, or um, models that are willing to be zombified. There is no doubt that the theme of the undead is still alive (or dead) and kicking in the world of illustration. If you're interested in being a part of the gore, follow Chok's work!

The Prolific Work of Dan Christofferson

Illustration // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Dan Lee Christofferson is an illustrator, painter, designer, and self proclaimed insufferable charmer- ha. He was born and raised by a hive of bees in Salt Lake City, and today uses his talents to render and create everything from painted originals, tedious illustrations and silkscreened posters. His work breathes an undeniable variety and 'charm'.

Davey Doodles for Beer Shower

Illustration // Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Often times, an artist's sketches and moleskin pages can be just as engaging as the final product. For example, these epicly heshered illustrations from Davey for Beer Shower magazine, and the equally entertaining and humorous sketchbooks  from which they came. Skate or die.

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