Night Videos

Illustration // Saturday, March 02, 2013
Night Videos is an incredibly bizarre, future-focused animation courtesy of Stockholm-based duo Kungen and Hertigen. Completed for MTV, their Night Videos are surreal slices of stunningly-animated, abstract visions of an otherworldly experience. I love everything about it though- from the harsh geometry of features, to the strange compositions and awkward fluidity. Enjoy x

Lust After: Agata Nowicka

Erotica // Saturday, March 02, 2013
Agata Nowicka is a comic illustrator and graphic artist and her illustrations have been featured internationally in publications such as Elle, High Heels, Cross, Your Style, Exklusiv, and most recently the American New Yorker and the New York Times. She has had numerous exhibitions in Poland and abroad and is actively involved in the promotion of Polish illustrators and collaborated to create the exhibition ILLUSTRATION EN (Sinfonia Varsovia, 2010).

Upcoming Illustrator: Leonard Peng

Illustration // Friday, March 01, 2013
Leonard Peng is currently working to obtain a degree in Illustration and Book Arts at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). He is from sunny California but decided the weather was too boring so he moved to Baltimore. He enjoys illustrating for editorials, comics, patterning, and children's book illustrations and loves reading comics, watching terrible tv dramas, robots from outer space that combine into a bigger robot, and looking outside his window

Aleksandra Niepsuj

Illustration // Friday, March 01, 2013
'My ‘art’ story started with the drawing of a duck, swimming in a pond with helicoper-like feet. I was six years old and my mum was sure she should sign me up for an art class. Although the famous drawing disappeared, I kept on developing myself artistically and went to art school. I work with pencil, ink, paint, spraypaint and collage. I copy old papers, books, magazines, postcards, lettraset by xerox, often magnify some parts. I’m usually searching for interestng patterns and typography...' Aleksandra Niepsuj  

Illustrations by Tyler Landry

Illustration // Friday, March 01, 2013
The shortest and most direct route straight to my heart is through bootlegged illustrations of Bart Simpson, or any member of the Simpsons family for that matter - special lust-worthy bonus if its Bard gone Bad with a sickly Siamese Milhouse attached. Tyler Landry, you win. Thank you for your illustrations. He also has a bunch of humorous hermit crabbed themed comics in there as well. Enjoy it.  

Animated Illustrations by Tara Dougans

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 01, 2013
Amsterdam-based art director and illustrator Tara Dougans' pioneered the illustrated 'animated editorial,' collaborating with digital innovaters to create a new twist on the tradtional GIF format. This morning we take a look at her detailed, subtley animated work.

Illustrations by Japan's Soga Kayoko

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 28, 2013
This morning we take a look at the Illustrations of Japanese artist Soga Kayoko. Soga describes her work as picking up feelings like a 'feeling of wrongness, a feeling of floating, and a feeling of being not cheerfull but not gloomy...'  

Illustrations by Pierre Ferrero

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 28, 2013
We are enjoying the work of French Illustrator and comic book designer Pierre Ferrero. Pierre is a co-founder of Arbitraire Edtions, a comic focused art collective and magazine in Lyon.

Alex Hohlov's Chaos and Construction

Illustration // Thursday, February 28, 2013
Digitally rendered abstract expressionism from illustrator and designer Alex Hohlov. The sporadic nature of Alex's compositions is both extremely gratifying and maddening, and while there seems to be no order to his chaos, his renderings are created with a certain delicacy and organization in their composition and palette which can't help me feel satisfied by the whole process.

The Art of Jordan Clarke

Illustration // Thursday, February 28, 2013
A mish-mash of an artist, illustrator and designer, Jordan Clarke is fascinated by all things dark, whimsical and vintage, and her work is characterized by a collision of Victorian vignettes, rockabilly pin-ups, religious iconography, tattooing, 20th century circus and fairground lore, and a slight obsession with El Dia De Los Muertos. 'I draw with thread. If it can be reduced to linework, I can stitch it. I believe embroidery is a powerful story-teller, nostalgic and evocative.' Jordan Clarke  

Gallery

Every image in one place

Vault

Full magazine features from Juxtapoz

visit the VAULT >