The Works & Film of Julia Pott

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 11, 2012
Julia Pott is an illustrator from Brooklyn, NY who "employs awkward animated characters to act out her inner confusions." Something about her layered patterning and lumpy figures makes for a really compelling effect, and because it's the weekend, we threw in a bizarre little short film of hers too. Enjoy!

Illustrations and a Film from Julia Pott

Illustration // Saturday, November 10, 2012
Julia Pott is an illustrator from Brooklyn, NY who "employs awkward animated characters to act out her inner confusions." Something about her layered patterning and lumpy figures makes for a really compelling effect, and because it's the weekend, we threw in a bizarre little short film of hers too. Enjoy!

Anatomical Works by Roberto Osti

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 10, 2012
Roberto Osti's fantastical anatomical drawings explore intersections between modern science and myth. Interested in how humans might one day reach immortality through cloning or the potential reality of hybrid monsters, Osti's awe-inspiring images merge the visual language of scientific drawing with subjects that reveal the absurd potential of rational science.

Gabriel Moreno's Rainbow Illustrations

Illustration // Friday, November 09, 2012
Madrid-based Gabriel Moreno's psychedelic figural images almost read like streams of consciousness. With drastic color gradients and multi-layered imagery that both emerge from and envelop his figures, Moreno creates dreamlike scenes in which his subjects' thoughts seem to bleed through their skin.

Anatomical Illustrations from Roberto Osti

Illustration // Friday, November 09, 2012
Roberto Osti's fantastical anatomical drawings explore intersections between modern science and myth. Interested in how humans might one day reach immortality through cloning or the potential reality of hybrid monsters, Osti's awe-inspiring images merge the visual language of scientific drawing with subjects that reveal the absurd potential of rational science.

Giuse's Anthropomorphic Animals

Illustration // Friday, November 09, 2012
Illustrator Giuse Modica has a thing for giving animals human-like attributes, from a dog popping an ollie to an elephant riding a vespa. Giuse graduated in 2009 from Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam. He also studied abroad at the Art Institute Boston, where he spent most his time studying traditional animation, comic art and character design. Modica also has a passion for children's illustration.

Gore Helmets by Josh Ln

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 09, 2012
Sort of a random find on our Friday morning, but hey, end of the week fun is what we are up to today. So we ran into this series of Gore Helmets by Josh Ln, taking iconic pop-culture and movie characters who wear helmets and masks and applied a nice shade of gore to them. 

Imaginary Maps by Marie Gosselin

Illustration // Friday, November 09, 2012
Freelance graphic designer, illustrator, and sometimes confectioner Marie Gosselin's color pencil drawings unfold as vibrant maps to the fantastical lands of her imagination. Her beautiful dreamscapes take you back to a time of childlike wonder, a world of candy-colored volcanos and purple tigers you can easily get lost in. Gosselin lives in a bakery with her cat Puduc. A graduate of LISAA (Paris) and Saint Luc (Tournai, Belgium), she is currently studying at Gobelins in Paris.

Raymond Lemstra's Populated Worlds

Illustration // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Dutch artist Raymond Lemstra's linear and colorful illustrations often veer into the disconcerting or the grotesque. Interested in the curiosity and raw imagination of childhood fantasies, Lemstra attempts to bridge the gap between adulthood and the infinite wonder of childhood by creating fantasy worlds populated with the figures of his creation.

Olivia Mew's Floral Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Influenced by 19th century design--and especially textile designer William Morris--Olivia Mew creates fresh and elegant illustrations that lend themselves perfectly to covering fabric, paper, and walls. Combining her muted pallette, affinity for organic imagery and interest in digital production techniques, she hopes to bridge the gap between illustration and textile design.

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