Craig Bowers' Improbable Vehicles

Illustration // Saturday, June 01, 2013
Craig Bowers was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and is currently living and working in Baltimore, MD. Bowers earned his BFA in illustration from MICA in 2012. This series entitled "Improbable Vehicles" is an outrageously imaginative rumination on the boundaries of locomotion. Bowers imagines coaches made of pianos and hair, strung along by walruses and ancient tortoises. These works express an entire world of their own and explode the limits of the everyday. 

The Twisted Mind of Will Laren

Illustration // Friday, May 31, 2013
Funny, subversive, eccentric, grotesque... any and all of these descriptions apply to Will Laren's farcical comics. An artist and illustrator based in Philadelphia, Laren's comedic and artistic style is as brash as it is peculiar, depicting brightly colored humans grappling with the many complications of modern life, accompanied by hand-written snippets of their inane and often nonsensical internal dialogue.

See Outer Space Studio

Illustration // Friday, May 31, 2013
Yeji Yun is an illustrator born and raised in Seoul, Korea, who is currently living and working in East London, UK. Since 2006, her work has been published by a variety of magazines and book publishers, and her images have appeared on t-shirts, packaging, album covers, festival posters, and more. In addition to her commissions for clients across the globe, Yun also works on her own personal projects for exhibitions and book concepts. She describes herself as a "time based illustrator, memory collector, and a long sleeper."

Comic Book Artist Guy Davis

Illustration // Friday, May 31, 2013
Guy Davis is an American illustrator, concept, and comic book artist known primarily for his work on Sandman Mystery Theatre and various Hellboy-related comics. He has also done work for various White Wolf, Inc. books as well as his own series, Nevermen and The Marquis. Davis resides in Michigan with his fiancée, painter and sculptor Rosemary Van Deuren, along with a cat, a rabbit, two ferrets, and a couple of horse skulls named Becky and Conrad.

Illustrations and Paintings by Martine Johanna

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 31, 2013
The Purple Book is a collection of illustrations and literary excerpts exploring symbolism and sensuality in contemporary art and features some wonderful artists. Today we though we would share with you the illustrations of Dutch artist Martine Johanna who is featured in the book. Her work consists of fine line drawings and bizarre dream-like paintings. 

The Wacky World of Matthew Roby

Illustration // Thursday, May 30, 2013
Matt Roby is a designer, illustrator and sculptor who creates strange and wonderful characters, stories and films. With visual influences drawn from pop culture, literature, animals and human behavior, Matt's creations lie somewhere between a dream and a nightmare, employing a cast of eccentrics including demonic bikers, crazed aviators and sideshow oddities.

Kirsten Rothbart Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, May 30, 2013
Kirsten Rothbart is an artist studying Illustration and Comic Art at the School of Art And Design Kassel, Germany. Rothbart's universe is full of badass rocker babes oozing IDGAF attitude as they drink, smoke, play shows and generally do whatever they want. 'My illustrations deal with today’s pop cultural life but also serve a certain emotional and mysterious aspect and longing for depth in life...'

Fanning Out with Michael Rogers

Illustration // Thursday, May 30, 2013
The inspiration for Michael Rogers' fan art illustrations run the gamut from classics like Star Wars and Blade Runner to newer masterpieces of film and television like Breaking Bad or the works of Wes Anderson. Rogers is an illustrator with a degree in entertainment arts from Cal state-Fullerton. In his own words, his images tend to be on the darker side, but with a twist of humor and ridiculousness. He is based in Cleveland and runs an etsy shop called BigBadRobot.

The Fanciful World of Brooke Weeber

Illustration // Thursday, May 30, 2013
Brooke Weeber is a Portland-based illustrator who brings whimsical, nature-based scenes to life. Her complex pieces combine animals with instruments, ribbons with clouds and always feature her iconic subtle color palette and playful aesthetic. Brooke finds her inspiration from various natural landscapes as well as Greek and Native American culture. She started drawing when she was a young thing, but started focusing on it in high school and later in college...'

Illustrations by Atelier Olschinsky

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 30, 2013
Atelier Olschinsky is a small creative studio based in Vienna, Austria featuring the duo of Peter Olschinsky and Verena Weiss. This morning we take a look through and get a little lost in a colleciton of their illustrations.

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