New Works by Andrea Wan

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Andrea Wan is a visual artist and illustrator born in Hong Kong and raised in Vancouver. At an early age, she enjoyed improvising stories about animals and recording them onto cassette tapes. With a passion in story telling, she studied at Emily Carr University in Vancouver, where she graduated with a degree in Film and Integrated Media...

Collages by Adrienne Slane

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Adrienne Slane, a 2010 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, creates intricate artwork from authentic vintage illustrations collected from many diverse sources. She combines images of plants, insects, animals, human anatomy, and religious figures into detailed, colorful collages where individual elements fit together like pieces in a puzzle...'

Chris Bianchi Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Chris Bianchi works as freelance illustrator and his personal work deals largely with self initiated narrative and story telling. Having self published two books "The Spinners" 2003 and "Box" 2005, he is now working on a new book as well as teaching illustration. Chris Bianchi graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2005 and has been living and working in London ever since.

Katherine Tromans' Paradise

Illustration // Monday, February 11, 2013
Katherine Tromans is an imaginative and colourful designer who lives and works in Birmingham, UK. Her dreamy pastel-hued 'Paradise' series was the outcome of her final degree project, in which she explored the theme of paradise, interpreting different people's descriptions of their own individual paradise and then transforming them into otherworldly landscapes. Tromans is a graduate of the Arts University at Bournemouth.

Matchbook Landscapes by Krista Charles

Illustration // Monday, February 11, 2013
'Based in Albuquerque, NM, artist Krista Charles makes Graphite drawings on matchbooks based on Google Street Views. 'For each matchbook I find where the location of the business would be in Google Maps and on the inside cover of the matchbook I make a pencil sketch of whatever is now shown at this location. On average each drawing takes about two hours to complete...'

Carol Del Angel

Illustration // Monday, February 11, 2013
Born in Scotland in 1975, Carol Del Angel has been working as a freelance illustrator since 2004 and now lives near London. Her relationship with pencil and paper started at an early age when she spent more time in school copying illustrations from textbooks than doing school work. Del Angel uses a healthy mix of both traditional and digital mark making techniques but her work is predominantly digital...

Illustrations by Marynn

Illustration // Monday, February 11, 2013
Marynn is a French illustrator and master's student in graphic design based in Nantes, France. Drawing inspiration from everything around her, Marynn's graphite renderings are lovely and delicate with a little bit of edge (80% of her drawings are peppered with French swear words). Her weapons of choice are 'her 2B pencil and a cup of patience.'

Mike Lawrence Illustration

Illustration // Saturday, February 09, 2013
Get ready to have your mind blown out your skull directly through your bleeding eye sockets after viewing the work of South African born, Atlanta, GA based illustrator Mike Lawrence. Working in pen, ink and metal, his dark, rich, heavy illustrations are black to the core. Dream Evil.

The Works of Laurent Moreau

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 09, 2013
Laurent Moreau was born in Britain in 1982 and currently lives and works in Strasbourg and shares a studio with other illustrators. 'Now, in my work as an illustrator or a graphic designer, when I realize an image, I perfectly know how it will be printed and which are the constraints. My work is influenced by my passion for printing as well: a limited range of colors, little dots, importance of the typography.' she states.

Greg Guillemin's Secret Heroes

Illustration // Friday, February 08, 2013
Somewhere in real life, all of our icons and heroes that we've looked up to for so long are out there doing the mundane, day-to-day stuff that we don't expect super heroes to ever really have to do. In Greg Guillemin's Secret Heroes series, all of these normalities are revealed.

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