New Work From Natalie Clapp

Illustration // Monday, December 10, 2012
Natalie Clapp is a Baltimore based illustrator that has been on a constant tumbling ocean of finding her way in the creative world. Inspired by the innocence and ignorance of bliss, and the rugged and chaotic line of the natural earth, she explores her art with a whimsical sophistication. She is currently working as a graphic designer for in Maryland, while simultaneously pursuing a career in illustration.

Body Works By James Linkous

Erotica // Monday, December 10, 2012
'In my life, I've noticed that I have the ability of constant analyzation. Even in my most emotional times, I am still evaluating my body's and mind's reaction to the stimulus of my emotional state. This data usually finds itself bound to a more metaphysical visualization--comparing the emotional sensation to a worldly constant.' James Linkous

Person One Billion Six

Illustration // Monday, December 10, 2012
A couple of intriguing, glossy, drippy, digitally illustrated portraits of unknown muses from Person One Billion Six, an 18 year old male art student at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn New York. He is currently majoring in Communications Design (emphasis in illustration). Looking forward to more like these by this young creative.

Kyler Martz's Adventure Prints

Illustration // Monday, December 10, 2012
A beautiful selection of illustrated screen prints, from Kyler Martz, dark blue ink on tan, and thick 100lb. paper stock, each signed and numbered by the artist. Kyler is known for his epic, nautical adventure illustrations that border on themes of tattoo flash. There's a holiday gift idea for you for that sailor, adventure lover in your life.

JR Schmidt's Geometric Landscapes

Illustration // Monday, December 10, 2012
JR Schmidt is a 3D artist, motion designer and digital illustrator that creates all kinds of gorgeous geometric landscapes. His compositions and palettes range from the stark, barren Icelandic regions to rich, fantasy driven lands, on every corner of the globe. Beautifully rendered digital illustrations of mesmerizing  geographical possibilities.

Zodiac Love by Tom Otterness

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 10, 2012
Tom Otterness’s sculpture series, Zodiac Love, was created in 1982 and originally marketed through the Art Direct mail-order catalog, a collaborative venture of the artist group Colab and Printed Matter,  a specialist in independently published artist books. Additional copies of these sculptures were sold at Colab pop-up stores,  and at the gift shops of a small number of downtown New York art spaces...

Scott Teplin's Kustom Krafted Donut Watercolor Painting

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 10, 2012
NYC based artist Scott Teplin is currently taking orders for your very own Kustom Krafted Donut Watercolor Painting. Donuts of all shapes and sizes are being created on sumptuous pieces of 7" x 7" fine archival 100% cotton watercolor paper. By filling out a form, Scott will create the masterwork according to your specifictions. To be sure, this is something you will treasure for millenia to come.

Drawing Experiment V: Donut Heaven

Illustration // Sunday, December 09, 2012
NYC based artist Scott Teplin is currently taking orders for your very own Kustom Krafted Donut Watercolor Painting.  Donuts of all shapes and sizes are being created on sumptuous pieces of 7" x 7" fine archival 100% cotton watercolor paper. By filling out a form, Scott will create the masterwork according to your specifictions. To be sure, this is something you will treasure for millenia to come.

Kristin Wong: Sharon Needles

Illustration // Saturday, December 08, 2012
Born in Allen, Texas, and currently residing in Brooklyn, NY, artist and illustrator Kristin Wong has a signature style of creating sharp, graphic renderings and vibrant portraits. Having attained a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design, this young creative's portfolio is gradually building, one animated GIF at a time...

Graphite Works by June Eng

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 08, 2012
June Eng is  a New York based visual artist and a self-proclaimed 'drawer and painter of beautiful things and beautiful people.' Her intricate graphite renderings are created with a gorgeous attention to detail, often collaging her portraits and subject matter with macabre imagery, flora, fauna and the occasional chihuahua.

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