Si Scott Studio

Illustration // Monday, May 27, 2013
Si Scott is a full-time artist, designer, and creative consultant based in the UK. He's renowned for his unique style, blending hand-crafted and hand-drawn artwork for which he has received many awards. So far in his career he has completed projects for Matthew Williamson, Vogue, Nike, Tiffany & Co., and Sony, and he has also contributed to advertising campaigns for Guinness, Absolut, and American Express. Scott has given talks and exhibited his work at institutions in cities around the world, including Tokyo, NYC, and Sydney.

The Dynamic Work of Sean Freeman

Illustration // Monday, May 27, 2013
A love for words and beautiful images led illustrator and typographer Sean Freeman to explore the harmony of both by opening his own studio, "There Is," specializing in creative typography, illustration, and art direction. This award-winning artist has created work for a variety of global clients, from advertising to music, editorial to publishing. Forever curious, Freeman is constantly exploring new ways of approaching his work with a love for happy accidents and a passion for visual storytelling, texture, type, and everything in between.

Once again appreciating... Moebius

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 27, 2013
Moebius is one-of-a-kind, a master that influenced some many artists that we cover on our site, and when we see works of his, we always feel compelled to share. When the world lost French artists, cartoonist, comic art, writer and concept artist Moebius (aka Jean Giraud) last year, it allowed for us all to reflect just how fantastic his body of work really was and continues to be...

Illustrator Azul De Corso

Illustration // Sunday, May 26, 2013
Azul De Corso is a freelance artist, graphic designer, and illustrator based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her vibrant and uniquely South American-flavored work has landed her such clients as Pepsico, MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1, Unilever, and Creamfields, among others. De Corso has also worked as an art director for editorials in Mexico and Argentina. In addition to her freelance illustration career, she is also a correspondent for IdN magazine.

Bec Winnel's Ethereal Femininity

Erotica // Sunday, May 26, 2013
Bec Winnel is a self-taught artist in the Kiewa Valley, Victoria, Australia. She creates detailed and delicate feminine portraits which are often accompanied by elements of nature and nostalgia. Through Winnel's creative practice, she expresses her experiences from the world around her with the hope that her art will inspire others. Her work is mixed medium, often comprising of colored pencils, pastels, and paint washes.

UNscenefuture Illustration

Illustration // Saturday, May 25, 2013
UNscenefuture is a multi-disciplinary designer, illustrator, fashion stylist and visual artist living in central Florida. UNscenefuture says that his purpose is "producing inspiring artwork for today and tomorrow." This work makes stunning usage of vectors and graphic design to create both logos and illustrations, art that can be used for a multitude of purposes. We especially love this Game of Thrones ilustration.

Rebecca Sugar's Steven Universe

Illustration // Friday, May 24, 2013
Cartoon Network recently released a teaser of their upcoming "Steven Universe" pilot, created by the Annie and Emmy award nominated composer/director/writer/storyboard artist Rebecca Sugar. Sugar is known for her work on the hit cartoon series "Adventure Time," and brings a similarly offbeat sense of style and storytelling to her new show. The pilot also marks the first time Cartoon Network has greenlit a solo project spearheaded by a woman, and from the looks of it, this will hardly be Sugar's last for the network.

Ben Newman's Pony Play

Erotica // Friday, May 24, 2013
"I like to put fun and filth into erotic art," says English illustrator Ben Newman. "My paintings are captured moments from ongoing stories, inviting the viewer to be emotionally drawn into the scene rather than observing dispassionately from a distance... My art celebrates women who embrace their sexuality and desires; these are no ethereal waifs but earthy and hungry creatures, eager for feeling and experience. They encourage viewers to connect with them, demanding attention. They whisper you closer and invite you to join them."

Sexy Pin Ups by Mike DeBalfo

Erotica // Friday, May 24, 2013
Mike DeBalfo was born and raised in Hewitt, New Jersey, later moving to Raleigh, NC, where he studied computer animation at The School of Communications Arts. He also attended the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art in Dover, NJ, focusing mainly on comic book illustration. DeBalfo broke into the industry doing covers for Zenescope Entertainment in 2009, and in the last two years he has illustrated more than 48 covers for Zenescope, Big Dog Ink, Moonstone, and Jay Company Comics.

Sarah Gee Miller's Primal Geometry

Illustration // Friday, May 24, 2013
Sarah Gee Miller is a Vancouver-based artist making hard edge abstract collage and geometric drawings in ink and acrylic. Finding balance and harmony between shape and color, her hypnotizing works conjure dreamlike impressions of tribal art from around the world, delving back into the most basic and primal visual concepts artistically conceived and symbolically interpreted by our ancestors. 

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