Tim Lahan's Trademark Trademark

Illustration // Monday, February 25, 2013
Trademark™ is the studio of New York-based Illustrator and Graphic Designer, Tim Lahan. Since 2008, Tim has worked with folks like The New Yorker, Jack Spade, McSweeney's, GOOD, AOL, Nike, The New York Times, and others. The goal has always been to communicate visually in a simple and direct aesthetic for both fun and profit.

Eamonn O'Neill: I'm Fine Thanks

Illustration // Monday, February 25, 2013
Eamonn O'Neill is a BAFTA nominated animation filmmaker. To date he has received multiple awards for his films & drawings and he is a 2012 graduate of the Royal College of Art animation MA program. Alongside his own short films he has worked on projects for Cartoon Network, The Irish Film Board & many others.  He is represented by Studio AKA as a commercial director & designer and currently lives and works in London...

Duda Lanna's Vortice Exhibition

Illustration // Monday, February 25, 2013
Duda Lanna, is a Brazilian artist, illustrator and designer. In 2012 he created this site specific 'Vortice Exhibition' at SESC Santana in São Paulo, Brazil that just blew us away. "Duda Lana is a designer of cosmic landscapes, lymphatic and meticulous shapes at the same time. Mosaics which build liquefying, galactic and outer space worlds, blending abstract and figurative... The combination of colours and composition of shapes are above any academic realistic intention..."

ilovedust for Cartoon Network

Illustration // Monday, February 25, 2013
'Our friends at Cartoon Network got in touch earlier in the year to ask us to work with them on a music video for their 20th Birthday celebrations. Needless to say we jumped at the chance and we started work on an epic 2 minute long video featuring original music from Mad Decent and nearly every character Cartoon Network has aired over the past 20 years.' ilovedust

The Works of Brendan Donnelly

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 25, 2013
Perhaps you don't know of Brendan Donnelly, but the Southern California artist has found himself at the forefront of an emerging anti-art movement. Donnely, who’s best known for his illustration and graphic design work for apparel companies Stussy, Altamont, and Converse has branched out and begun to do work with some of the music worlds favorite indie darlings - The Vaccines, FIDLAR, and Grizzly Bear just to name a few.

Illustrations by Elia Fernandez

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 25, 2013
This morning we are enjoying the work of Netherlands-based illustrator Elia Fernandez. Elia transforms reality into the abstract through his surreal, dream-like illustrations.  

New Work From Kristina Collantes

Illustration // Sunday, February 24, 2013
Kristina Collantes was born in Cabiao Nueva Ecija, Philippines. Her family moved to San Diego in 1997 and has called southern California their home ever since. She started working as an illustrator right after high school and has had the pleasure of collaborating with a wide range of clients in editorial and design. Kristina currently lives and works as a full time illustrator in Los Angeles, California.

The Illustrations of Julee Yoo

Illustration // Saturday, February 23, 2013
Julee Yoo is an artist and illustrator that was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She was molded in New York City after she graduated from Parsons the New School of Design in May 2012. She has a distinct, raw and intricate rendering style that has developed and is cohesive throughout her body of work.

The Illustration Work of Taylor White

Illustration // Friday, February 22, 2013
Taylor White is an active producer of fine pictorial convention. With a background in illustration, her work can be found in print, in urban gallery spaces, on city streets, and in public and private collections. Taylor is currently based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930)

Illustration // Friday, February 22, 2013
Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930) was a Swiss artist who was one of the first artists to be associated with the Art Brut or outsider art label.At the beginning of the twentieth century, Adolf Wölfli, a former farmhand and laborer, produced a monumental, 25,000-page illustrated narrative in Waldau, a mental asylum near Bern, Switzerland. Through a complex web of texts, drawings, collages and musical compositions, Wölfli constructed a new history of his childhood...

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