Works by Graphik(H)

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 27, 2013
Graphik(H) is an illustrator and designer based in France with a linear, rendering style that is often based off of photography. From pictures to drawing, he creates amazing images focusing on portraits and other day-to-day moments. Graphik(H) has done a variety of editorial and commercial work with his signature portrait work.

The Illustrations of Graphik(H)

Illustration // Friday, January 25, 2013
Graphik(H) is an illustrator and designer based in France with a linear, rendering style that is often based off of photography. From pictures to drawing, he creates amazing images focusing on portraits and other day-to-day moments. Graphik(H) has done a variety of editorial and commercial work with his signature portrait work.

The Work of Jennis Li Cheng Tien

Illustration // Friday, January 25, 2013
Based in Berlin, Germany, Jennis Li Cheng Tien has been creating a gorgeously mysterious ongoing series entitled 'Have A Nice Day'. Jennis' project involves her using chance images found on the web to create these beautiful digital works. The results are ghastly, vibrant and varied and abstracted portraits.

Nick Simon's Graphite Illustrations

Illustration // Friday, January 25, 2013
Nick Simon's graphite illustrations involve geometric patterns and studies of owls, elements in the animal kingdom and the occasional skull. Rendered with such delicate intricacy, it's surprising that this is all of the information I could gather from the vastness of the Internet about Nick Simon and his work, though his originals are still available in his online store. Zing!

Flying Lotus - Zodiac Sh*t

Illustration // Friday, January 25, 2013
Adam 'Lilfuchs' Fuchs is the brains behind this epic 'Flying Lotus - Zodiac Sh*t' animation that was created for Adult Swim. He performs feats that delight and astound, and as animation director at Turner Studios, he has chased wild scribbles through the badlands of television, inked epic doodles over mountains of print and apparel, and has driven herds of untamed mental concoctions into the Lands of Milk and Approval. He is based in Atlanta, GA.

The Works of Michael DeNicola

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 25, 2013
Michael DeNicola is an artist born and raised in NYC. Michael has been involved with the Centre-fuge Public Art Project, and has shown his work in art galleries in New York and LA. His portfolio contains a wide array of inked work, including a study of animals and humans, merged together and some zombie, yearbook style portraits. Get Black.

Michael Denicola's Ink Lungs

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Michael DeNicola is an artist born and raised in NYC. Michael has been involved with the Centre-fuge Public Art Project, and has shown his work in art galleries in New York and LA. His portfolio contains a wide array of inked work, including a study of animals and humans, merged together and some zombie, yearbook style portraits. Get Black.

Marija Tiurina's Egg Soldier

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Mayke its a UK thing, but I'm not quite sure I know what an 'egg soldier' is. I do know that I'm loving this variation of Marija Tiurina's egg soldier and her process of illustrating it. On finding inspiration, she states, "Usually there are everyday situations that can make me think and analyse, come up with ideas. Anything can be inspiring, from a cute or touching thing spotted on a street, or from a  new was of mixing two colours together."

The Work of Menze Kwint

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Awesome reader submission today from a certain Menze Kwint, a talented artist and illustrator out in the Netherlands. Drawn with Indian ink pens initially and colored digitally, Menze has developed a refined, signature illustration style that we felt deserved recognition! Great work Menze, enjoy!  

Stephanie Rostron's Nature Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, January 24, 2013
Focusing on printed textile design at Reeds College of Art, artist and illustrator Stephanie Rostron's work has a definite tendency to the animal kingdom. Her intricate illustrations are meant to transfer beautifully to printed textiles and her simple, subtle use of color is a perfect match for this. Beautiful renderings from our natural environment.

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