‘Dreams Towards Reality’ by Andrew Hem

Illustration // Sunday, December 02, 2012
Andrew Hem's introspective, otherworldly paintings and sketches explore realities one step away from our everyday waking life. What if our thoughts flickered across the surface of our skin like ephemeral silent movies? What if spirits walked among us, trying to find their path? What if there were no racism, and even the most outlandish people were accepted? What if the children of Andrew's native land had been allowed to live in peace and thrive?

The Works of T. Dylan Moore

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 02, 2012
T. Dylan Moore is a young illustrator from Atlanta, GA. He studied Illustration and Drawing at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He is utterly in love with concept, texture, color, and selective abstraction. Love the selection of portraits from Moonrise Kingdom, Beasts of the Southern Wild and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

T. Dylan Moore's Portraits

Illustration // Saturday, December 01, 2012
T. Dylan Moore is a young illustrator from Atlanta, GA. He studied Illustration and Drawing at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He is utterly in love with concept, texture, color, and selective abstraction. Love the selection of portraits from Moonrise Kingdom, Beasts of the Southern Wild and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

Sebastien Cuypers: Bones Brigade

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 01, 2012
With his 'Bones Brigade' series, french art director and illustrator Sebastien Cuypers proves cool never dies, creating a cast of hipster skeletons. Born in 1980, Cuypers started drawing early in his childhood. He adds elements of typography to his works which add to the overall image but simultaneously act as an autonomous and stand-alone features of the layout...

Ramona Ring's Dream World

Illustration // Friday, November 30, 2012
Ramona Ring is an illustration and design student currently finishing up her degree at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Germany. Her illustrative touch is delicate and airy, a fitting style for her drawings of surreal dreamscapes. Ring uses a combination of traditional and digital techniques to create her works. Strongly influenced by literature, she also admires the work of artists like Mario Wagner, Julien Pacaud, and Andrew Zbihlyj.

Anthony Goicolea's Pathetic Fallacy

Illustration // Friday, November 30, 2012
Born in 1971 in Atlanta, Georgia, Anthony Goicolea is a first-generation Cuban American artist now living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Pathetic Fallacy is a collection of graphite drawings on layered mylar and large scale digitally composited photographs. The term “pathetic fallacy,” coined by John Ruskin in Modern Painters (1856), describes the treatment of inanimate objects and places as if they had human feelings, thoughts or sensations...

Linn Olofsdotter's World in Bloom

Illustration // Friday, November 30, 2012
Linn Olofsdotter's fascination with organic forms takes center stage in her efflorescent illustrations. Colorful blossoms emerge and set themselves apart from a pervasive dullness and darkness, a tension which crops up again and again throughout Olfsdotter's body of work. Hailing from Sweden, Olofsdotter explored many mediums before solidifying her career in the illustration field...

Sebastien Cuypers' Bones Brigade

Illustration // Friday, November 30, 2012
With his 'Bones Brigade' series, french art director and illustrator Sebastien Cuypers proves cool never dies, creating a cast of hipster skeletons. Born in 1980, Cuypers started drawing early in his childhood. He adds elements of typography to his works which add to the overall image but simultaneously act as an autonomous and stand-alone features of the layout...

Travis Louie's Twisted Portraits

Illustration // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Travis Louie is a New York painter who takes inspiration from Victorian portraits, mythical beings, and various oddities. Many of his sepia portraits are accompanied by stories of their sitters, for example: "Gordon six eyes lived in his parents' basement until his six eyes became highly fashionable and his anger at the outside world had subsided to a level of extreme indifference..." More after the jump.

Watercolors by Dima Rebus

Illustration // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Moscow illustrator Dima Rebus's combines realistic urban scenes with magical and fantastical imagery in her crisp watercolors. Whether she's depicting the fluttering wings of a bird in flight or a gritty bad-ass tattooed figure, Rebus zooms in on the lifelike details of each of her subjects while placing them on a blank ground to remove them from their own contexts.

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